HTC U19e
HTC U19e allegedly ready for its June 11 announcement
HTC is sending out invites to a media event planned for June 11, where rumor has it the company will unveil the HTC U19e.
HTC U11 Life reportedly also headed for Android One lineup, new render shows ‘normal’ variant
Google’s revived Android One family will further expand in the near future with the addition of the HTC U11 Life, rendered today in standard form.
HTC U (Ocean) supposedly includes Edge Sense, may be part of Sense Touch UI
Rumors of HTC’s masthead phone for 2017 adopting a new user interface paradigm have bubbled up to the surface in a software diagnostics leak.
HTC U Ultra debuts with Dual Display, Sense Companion
It’s not just artificial intelligence, but “accelerated intelligence” behind the Sense Companion. Also, the Google Pixel’s camera, but better.
HTC Sense 8 Beta now opening up to all devices
HTC is expanding its closed Sense Home beta to all applicable users. It features plenty of the features HTC 10 users have gotten acquainted with.
HTC One M10 rumor roundup: everything’s subject to change
Well, given the course of things, we’re a little early for this, huh? If you’re not aware of what kind of phone HTC is putting up in 2016, though, catch up.
HTC Nexus Tablet, HTC Sense
An HTC Sense-running tablet is a fantastic idea
Most tablets fail to live up to their potential. What if one ran HTC Sense? Could HTC make an Android-powered tablet that’s not just an oversized phone?
Consistent UI
A consistent UI across manufacturers is more important than custom skins
A consistent UI across all Android allies is much more important than individual OEMs differentiating through proprietary skins just to be different.
path back to stock
OEMs: If you’re going to mod that far, give us a path back to stock
My mother-in-law got a new phone but couldn’t use it, it was so dissimilar from her old one. Please, OEMs, give us a path back to stock!
death of OEM skins
Is Android L the death of OEM Skins?
Google is making developing, maintaining, and updating devices based on stock Android very attractive. Could Android L be the deal of OEM skins?
From Android skins to Android stock: a sweet & sour experience with the Google-edition HTC One
My journey from Sense 5 to stock Android on the Google-edition HTC One reveals the bane -and the beauty- of Android skins.
Stock Android devices remind us why Sense and TouchWiz are so important
Android comes in many different forms, but one oft-requested feature is stock Android. Learn why Android OEM skins like Sense and TouchWiz are important.
HTC Claims “Widgets Aren’t Widely Used”
Get the results of HTC’s research into widget use and home screen customization.
The Pocketnow Weekly Podcast, Episode 019
A man in Philadelphia gets to know the Nexus 4, a man in Boston reconnects with a Lumia 920, and a man in Romania wonders what all the fuss is about. This, plus Droid DNA and Nexus 10 talk, on this week’s podcast. Listen in!
HTC Droid DNA Review
HTC’s Droid DNA for Verizon Wireless packs a gorgeous design and an unforgettable 1080p punch. Read on to see if you should consider putting one in your pocket.
The Pocketnow Weekly Podcast, Episode 018
Hot topics in tech this week include the HTC Droid DNA, Nokia Lumia 920, and Windows Phone 8. We talk on it all in this week’s Pocketnow Weekly podcast, so put your ears here!
HTC Admits To Tweaking Sense 4.0 Memory Management
The community not satisfied with the way HTC implemented multi-tasking in Sense 4.0 and the Taiwanese manufacturer issued a statement saying “multitasking is operating normally according to our custom memory management specifications which balance core ICS features with a consistent HTC Sense experience”.
AT&T HTC One X Review
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HTC One X Review
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Is This HTC Android on Verizon LTE the Droid Incredible 4G?
We just brought you a collection of some of the first test…
HTC Vivid Review
Originally codenamed Holiday, the HTC Vivid is one of the newest 4G…
HTC Wildfire S Review
Lately we’ve gotten accustomed to high-end, expensive smartphones. The low-end is still…
HTC Desire HD Review
A lot of people have called the HTC Desire HD an EVO…
HTC EVO Shift 4G Review
The HTC EVO Shift 4G running on Sprint’s WiMax network may seem…
CyanogenMod 6.1 to Support HTC’s Fast Boot
Lucky for us Android users, we don’t have to reboot often. When…