HTC First hasn't been around for all that long and it already has what could be described as an interesting history. The handset launched with AT&T and was originally priced at $99.99. That price quickly dropped to $0.99 and that was followed by speculation of AT&T dropping the handset entirely. Putting that all aside, it looks like the Facebook Home-running First can now get Sense.
denied the rumors, however talk of a Senseless HTC One has not stopped. In fact, additional reports are continuing to surface. The latest, which once again is dealing with 'people familiar with the matter' is bringing claims that the phone is real and that it will be released in limited quantities. That is not to say a limited edition, but more like it will be a limited initial run to judge the market.
GALAXY S 4 Google Edition at their developer event last week, rumors have been flying through the wires daily about HTC doing the same. So far we've not heard anything concrete to back up these rumors, even HTC flat out denied the possibility. However, the original leakster of the Galaxy S 4 Google Edition is now saying a "Senseless" HTC One is coming too.
Eric Schmidt looks to be parting ways with Google, at least a little bit. New details this afternoon have confirmed that the once big wig will be selling around 42% of his stake in Google Inc. The plan was announced today by Google and apparently will take place over the next year.
Google Play Store. Well, the Nexus 10 tablet is at least. The Nexus 4 is still hard to catch, although it arrived earlier this week at Best Buy and T-Mobile stores. Yesterday the Nexus 10 returned to "in stock" and we urge you to snag one now before they're all gone.
Google's popular Nexus 4 smartphone to share. We've been rather quiet regarding this entire "out of stock" situation, but seriously it's extremely sad and sort of pathetic to be completely honest. Google and LG seemingly have blown what could have been an awesome device and a top notch launch.
Nexus 4 hasn't been the easiest phone to get your hands on, and stock hasn't been very "fulfilling" but it looks like that might be changing soon. We're hearing a few reports that T-Mobile stores nationwide are set to receive more inventory in the coming days. Online sales have sold out in minutes and the phones been elusive to say the least, but you might have better luck at a retail store soon.
Nexus 4 illusive would be an understatement. It sold out on Google Play in less than 30 minutes. T-Mobile also ran out of the device rather quickly. Users looking to get their hands on a device have certainly faced some difficultly, but it looks like Google is getting things sorted out, as the device is finally finding itself in stock again.
Nexus 10 is back in stock over at the Google Play Store. As expected the tablet is $399 and selling like hot cakes.