We’re live at HTC’s intimate press event for the unveiling of its next flagship phone.
Mark your calendars Android fans, Samsung’s next flagship phone could be unveiled soon.
‘Tis the season for smartphone news leaks, with Mobile World Congress on the horizon and major players readying their next wave of devices.
This is an important launch for HTC, which has been struggling a lot over the past few months.
Need another sign that smartphones are getting too big?
A leaked image of HTC’s next major Android phone has hit the web, and it looks a little familiar.
Last week, Facebook invited members of the press to a special event at its corporate headquarters in Menlo Park, CA on Tuesday. These sorts of invites are rare for Facebook, and so speculation is growing about what the company is planning.
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Sales of the Galaxy S III helped Samsung make a massive $8.3 billion last quarter.
HTC and Samsung are helping Sprint join the Windows Phone 8 bandwagon. Nokia, however, is notably absent.
Will 2013 be better for HTC than 2012? Let’s hope so.
HTC is in bad shape, but CEO Peter Chou says the company is about to step things up.
Barred from the first round of Windows 8 hardware, HTC is planning to make its grand entrance into the space next year.
Refreshing honesty from an executive, or hubris?
I have the much-discussed Apple-HTC cross-licensing contract in my greasy little digital fingers. It’s a powerful document that has kiboshed upwards of 40 lawsuits between the two companies.
iPhone 5, plus market share losses from Android makers, pushes Apple to the No. 2 spot.
Score one for Samsung in this long-running patent battle that started way back in August with that billion-dollar judgement against the Korean company.
HTC and Apple definitely have a cross-licensing agreement on patents with Apple. But the numbers attached to that agreement are still a major mystery.
“Hi, I’m Ben, and today I’m showing people why Windows Phone is a better match for them than iPhone and Android.”
HTC wants to make you excited for the Droid brand again with the Droid DNA.
Google’s mobile operating system Android may be winning the smartphone wars, with over 75 percent market share, but Apple and Microsoft could be making more from Android than Google — up to 600 percent more next year.
A few hundred million more or less from HTC is pocket change for the Cupertino giant that expects to earn $52 billion in the next quarter alone. Samsung, on the other hand, sold 57 million smartphones in the last quarter.
The suit shows that unrelenting patent warfare isn’t the only solution among big mobile competitors.
AT&T has finally announced pricing and availability for the flagship Windows Phone 8 devices, and compared to other smartphones, they look like a freaking steal.
Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer is daring to dream when it comes to beleaguered Windows Phone sales.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer announced today that the first smartphones running the new Windows Phone 8 OS will begin hitting retailers and online this weekend.
LG’s Nexus phone is a design disappointment.
Foiled by Smartphone rivals like Samsung and Apple, HTC has posted some disappointing results for the third quarter of 2012.
Hoping not to fall behind this holiday season, HTC has made some minor upgrades to its flagship phone with the One X+.
HTC debuted its new 8X superphone featuring Windows Phone 8 operating system to the world today at a high-profile event in New York City. We take a closer look at the phone.
The 8X and 8S will be available starting in November on more than 150 carriers around the world.
Apple is announcing something at its event Wednesday. We dig into the hype to tell you just what you can expect from the not-so-mysterious announcement.
September is turning into one crazily crowded month for mobile, with Nokia, Motorola, Amazon, and Apple holding launch events. Now we can add HTC to the list, with a likely Windows Phone 8 event planned for Sept. 19.
While Apple may have defeated Samsung in the patent wars, HTC says it’s not afraid to fight back.
HTC announced this morning that it would lose $40 million due to OnLive’s restructuring, but it’s also pumping money into an enterprise app platform.
Things aren’t getting better anytime soon for Taiwanese manufacturer HTC, which today forecast a difficult third quarter with sales declines in every region except China.
ComScore just released its June 2012 U.S. mobile report, and the results were mostly predictable.