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    Honeycomb 3.2 Update for HTC Flyer Finally Released

    HTC Flyer owners have been impatiently waiting for an update to Honeycomb for months. As far back as September, there were leaks of a Honeycomb update coming up. Three months later, the Honeycomb update for the HTC Flyer is finally rolling out to users OTA. HTC has confirmed on their Facebook page that today they […]

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    T-Mobile and the Black Keys Launch HTC Amaze 4G and Galaxy S II

    T-Mobile has just released two brand new 4G Android phones into the market: the Samsung Galaxy S II and the HTC Amaze 4G. T0night they launched the devices at a special event in New York City where the Black Keys performed. Both new devices are smartphone powerhouses backed by T-Mobile’s super fast 4G speeds. Both […]

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    HTC Sensation 4G Coming To T-Mobile and Walmart This Month

    The HTC Sensation 4G has officially landed at T-Mobile, and were especially excited for this new smartphone because T-Mobile was sorely missing an HTC handset with the HTC Sense user interface. The device is also one of the first handsets to run Sense over Android 2.3. But the HTC Sensation 4G isn’t just about it’s […]

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    The HTC EVO Goes 3D This Summer – Hands On

    Finally, Sprint has made some noise in 2011, and they’ve made it in a big way. The HTC EVO 3D is only the second known 3D smartphone ready to hit the markets (along with the LG Thrill, also announced today). The announcement at today’s CTIA Wirelss 2011 trade show showed off the new EVO, which […]

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    Hands On with the HTC Flyer Tablet

    We just got a hands-on with the HTC Flyer and we’re quite smitten. The device feels a bit heavy, but extremely well made and sleek to hold in your hand. The Flyer, from HTC, is one of many tablets being announced at MWC 2011 this year, and it’s certainly bringing some unique weapons to the […]

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    HTC Inspire 4G Review

    In a world where new Android phones pop up every 5 minutes, the HTC Inspire 4G is a pretty monumental device because it’s actually AT&T’s first 4G phone. The HTC Inspire 4G comes running with Android 2.2 (Froyo) with the lovely HTC Sense 2.0 UI on top of it.