Tag: HTC

HTC One (M7) slated to receive Sense 6.0 upgrade ‘by end of May’

HTC recently unveiled Sense 6.0 with the new HTC One M8. During the official launch, Jason Mackenzie, president of HTC North America, said the HTC One and HTC One Mini will receive an update to Android 4.4.2 with Sense 6.0 sometime “this spring,” and also promised both devices will be upgraded to the latest version

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Rogers to exclusively release the Amber Gold HTC One M8 in ‘mid-May’

The HTC One M8 is a beautifully designed smartphone that is well built. We recently reviewed the newest flagship and many Canadians have already purchased it through carriers’ pre-sale offer. The M8 is available through Rogers, Bell, Telus, Wind Mobile and SaskTel in Gunmetal Gray and Glacial Silver, but for those holding out for something

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HTC One M8 launch pushed back to April 15th

This is interesting. Many carriers have already started selling the HTC One M8 through “pre-sales.” Customers on the launch partners (Rogers, Bell, Telus, Wind Mobile and SaskTel) are able to score the flagship early and have it delivered to their door before the anticipated April 10th launch date. However, in-store availability could be delayed a

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HTC One M8 review

There’s a popular idiom reinforced in schools every year to millions of students: two heads are better than one. The thinking goes, one person is an island, and smart as he may be, there’s always another way to look at a problem. With the second HTC One, the M8, the Taiwanese manufacturer worked closely with

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Virgin Mobile’s ‘SmartKicks’ could be the next wave in wearables and fashion

Virgin Mobile is adding a couple new products to their lineup, both completely out of the ordinary. “SmartKicks” could be the newest trend in wearable technology and fashion. The “SMART-LETTO” and “SMARTSNEAK” are shoes that “offer a stylish way to keep connected on-the-go. With kinectic soles, on-board Bluetooth speakers and the ability to call home

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Google appears to be mandating an Android logo on OEM boot screens

In case you haven’t noticed, something is afoot with Google in the Android space. The company appears to be asserting a moderately increased amount of pressure on its OEM partners, working with Samsung to tone down the look of its Magazine UX. They’ve also ensured that the notification area displays white icons across all devices

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