Category: HTC


HTC offers peek at smartwatch in design video

The summer of Android Wear is well underway. Having teased the platform in the spring, Google in June introduced us to two new Android smartwatches, the LG G Watch, and Samsung’s Gear Live. August will bring us another device, the Moto 360, and it looks like HTC is looking to build anticipation for its own



HTC One M7 and M8 to receive Android 4.4.4 in July-August timeframe

HTC may have already committed to bringing Android L release to the HTC One M8 and many other devices, but a leaked schedule indicates that work has already begun to offer Android 4.4.4 to many of the company’s most popular devices. Android 4.4.4 was released two weeks after 4.4.3, and the cumulative code offers a



Rogers releases the HTC One M8 in Amber Gold

It’s been two months since HTC and Rogers announced the flagship One M8 will be available to Canadians in Amber Gold. Originally slotted for a mid-May release, then pushed to June “due to high demand,” today it’s finally available. The specs are the same as the Gunmetal Gray and Glacial Silver M8 that was released back



HTC Gallery updated with UFocus blur adjustment

Users of the new HTC One M8 will have a new tweak to take advantage of today in a new update to the company’s excellent Gallery app. As it gets ready to launch the new cloud-based Zoe platform, HTC has issued an update to Gallery to allow users to alter the levels of blur created



Chitika reports KitKat powers 37% of North American Android devices

Chitika’s ad network sees a lot of impressions, so it’s a fairly reliable to gauge the types of devices that permeate the North American market. The company did a survey of tens of millions of ad impressions between the end of May and beginning of June to determine which Android devices were running Android 4.4



HTC One Mini 2 offers M8 charm without the extras

HTC announced its newest device this morning, the awkwardly-sired One Mini 2. It is a take on the larger M8, and while it lacks the Duo Camera setup of its bigger sibling, the device stands out for its gorgeous design and venerable screen. Sporting a 4.5-inch 720p Super LCD 2 with a 326ppi pixel density,