BGR just received word from an unnamed source at HTC that states the Desire will be headed to AT&T while the Legend will land on Sprint. They also told them that Google will be looking to sell an AT&T 3G-compatible Nexus
HTC have confirmed to us that the much-anticipated Android 2.1 update for the HTC Hero is expected to arrive in Europe and Asia sometime in late February or March 2010. The update will bring with it much of the new HTC Sense
Some lucky guy managed to get his hands on what is sure to be one of the hottest Android phones to be released this year, the HTC Legend. Continue Reading...
The Japanese PLEN robot - that used an Android smartphone as its remote - is great, but at $3,000 it's a little too expensive for the casual hobbyist. Instead, how about using some more affordable LEGO Mindstorms kit; that's
HTC have released new firmware for the Orange version of the HTC Hero. The software - version 18.104.22.168 for Orange - is available to download from HTC's support site; however it looks unlikely to be the much-anticipated
All you early adopters of the Euro HTC Hero, the one with the chin, now have something to smile about. A representative of Irish mobile operator Meteor has tipped of the guys at EURODROID that they received a notice from HTC that
Modders start your engines! HTC have released the kernel source code for both the HTC Tattoo - their entry level Android device - and the Sprint version of the HTC Hero. Each package is available from HTC's developer center.
Since someone caught an HTC Hero in the wild running Android 2.1 with a new HTC Sense UI, all Hero users here in the US are asking how and when will they be receiving the Eclair treatment. The answer from HTC and Sprint Twitter
So you are not happy with the chinless nice-looking HTC Hero from Sprint, and you definitely don't like the HTC Eris from Verizon. You probably are looking for a Hero from across the pond, and you have not been lucky enough to
If you have seen one of the new Now Network TV Commercials from Sprint/Nextel, then you have notice how different - and better - those are in comparison to the old black and white with Dan Hesse in them. Well, Sprint is now