If you're the type that enjoys tweaking your Android smartphone (who doesn't) and have recently purchased the HTC One X we have good news today. After we reported on AT&T's efforts to lock down the bootloader it appears that
Hooray, an even larger HTC One X! Well, no - "One XL" is the name for international models of the much-loved One X with an LTE radio, instead of the standard HSPA+. (AT&T's version of the HTC One X is an XL in all but name).
Good news, HTC fans: the belated EVO 4G LTE has been given the stamp of approval by the International Trade Commission, and is now cleared from US Customs. The high-end phone will be resuming its planned activities later this
If the ITC's blockade of HTC handsets (ostensibly at Apple's request) gets your blood boiling, you may be able to skip the blood pressure medicine this morning. The Taiwanese smartphone maker stated yesterday that some of its
Hey T-Mobile users, don't get comfortable watch fans of HTC's One X and EVO 4G LTE wait for the International Trade Commission's customs embargo to lift. According to TmoNews, customers who ordered an HTC Amaze 4G online are
If you were hoping to get your hands on a shiny new HTC One X or EVO 4G LTE in the United States, you're currently out of luck: the ITC has impounded shipments of both phones in US customs. HTC confirmed that this was due to a an
Remember that International Trade Commission file levied against HTC phones for violating one of Apple's software patents? You know, the one that HTC complied with by disabling some of the native functionality of its phones?
The HTC DROID Incredible 4G LTE looks like a decent upgrade to the former Incredible phones, but after getting our hands on it at CTIA, we can say it's just not up to par with the One X or One S. If you're holding out for either
When Levi Strauss created the prototype denim trousers over a century ago, he couldn't know that he was making what would be come one of the most popular garments of all time. He also couldn't know that someday people would be
It looks like there's more hiding in HTC's Sense 4.0 than meets the eye. The Chinese gadget enthusiasts at ePrice found that if they paired certain Bluetooth headsets with the HTC One X, they could operate the shutter mechanism