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HTC One M8 GPe and M7 GPe receives Android 4.4.4 update

And the rollout for the Android 4.4.4 keeps on coming! This time around, owners of the flagship HTC One M8 Google Play edition are the happy recipients of the OTA update to the latest version of KitKat. Reports are also saying that the updates for the GPE version of the previous flagship HTC One M7 are also slowly pushing out.

HTC Android 4.4.4 updates leaked to start in July

Though everyone is currently obsessed with Android L, HTC isn't forgetting that there is still one Android K release that's sitting in the backburner. Thanks to a new leak, we're getting to see how and when the manufacturer is planning to roll out Android 4.4.4, as well as some interesting notes about Android L as well.

HTC to update One M8 and m7 90 days after Google releases Android L

Just a few hours after Google announced in the I/O conference that they will be releasing Android “L” (early guesses put it at either Lollipop or Lime) later this year, HTC already posted on their blog that they are committed to quickly upgrading their flagship One (M8) and ex-flagship One (M7) as soon as it is actually possible. They are committing to update the smartphones 90 days after Google turns over the final software to them.

HTC hits Samsung with a Galaxy S5 band-aid joke

Phone manufacturers often poke fun at the competition. We've seen plenty from all the big players, however it looks like HTC has become the latest to jump in with an attack. HTC has taken to Twitter in an effort to push the One (M8) above the Galaxy S5. But the catch is -- HTC didn't actually mention the Samsung device by name.

HTC UK giving away 24K Gold One M7 in Twitter raffle

To celebrate winning several Phone of the Year awards from last year, HTC UK announced that they’re giving away a “24 carat REAL Gold” HTC One mobile phone through a Twitter raffle. All you have to do to join it is to Retweet their exact post and of course, you need to be a UK resident to qualify for the draw.

Volantis is HTC’s Nexus tablet, specs leaked ahead of Google I/O

It’s been a while since a Google-approved Nexus device hit the market, so speculation is rife if indeed we are going to get our hands on one by the time Google I/O developer conference rolls in. Front and center is HTC’s rumored Volantis, and Android Police is betting on solid information that it has the specs and the build of the next Nexus device down pat.

Motorola phones’ damaged screens can be replaced for free

For people who are constantly mobile and always traveling with their precious devices in tow, chances are, eventually some damage to their gadget would happen. So those who anticipate a broken keypad or a damaged screen sometimes choose their phones based on the post-purchase customer service or warranty. Without fanfare or public announcements, Motorola has apparently that kind of great service if you buy your mobile phones directly from them.
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