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New app usage report shows HTC as top Windows Phone 7 manufacturer

March 3, 2011 |

A new report released by mtiks indicates that HTC’s market dominance from the old Windows Mobile days has continued with the introduction of Windows Phone 7.  The mtiks report tracked mobile apps usage in February on Windows Phone 7 devices … Read More

GSMA names HTC as ‘2011 Device Manufacturer of the Year’

February 16, 2011 |

HTC is certainly no stranger to industry awards, but to be named as the winner of GSMA’s Device Manufacturer of the year is by far the most prestigious award HTC has ever accepted. The GSMA judges commented that the HTC … Read More

HTC working on a VoLTE handset for MetroPCS

February 11, 2011 |

HTC is expected to have 4G phones deployed on all four major service providers in the U.S. within the next few weeks.  To most, 4G simply means faster data speeds, but MetroPCS and HTC are apparently working on a VoLTE … Read More

HTC loses spot as world’s No. 4 smartphone maker

February 10, 2011 |

In 2010, HTC saw handset shipments increase 165 percent, brining their total number of shipped units to over 21 million.  The numbers were certainly impressive, though they were not enough for HTC to keep the title as the number 4 … Read More

HTC Innovation Pre-Super Bowl ad hits YouTube

February 8, 2011 |

During the Super Bowl, those of you who follow me on Twitter may have seen a tweet in regards to the possibility of an HTC ad during the Super Bowl sometime in the future.  Apparently I turned on my television … Read More

HTC purchases Saffron Digital, invests $40 million in OnSmart Mobility

February 8, 2011 |

For years, HTC has been investing in its core business.  But since they’ve just wrapped up their best year in history, HTC is looking to spread its wings a little.  In the past two days, HTC has announced their acquisition … Read More

HTC opens first of many retails stores in Taiwan

January 29, 2011 |

Apple started the trend. Microsoft followed the trend. Now HTC is looking to jump on the bandwagon. The difference here being that both Apple and Microsoft both sell more than just mobile devices. If news is to be believed, HTC looking to get into brick-and-mortar mobile device storefronts. They are also reportedly looking to have channel partners that would expand their presense to more than 100 storefronts.Read More