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HTC DISAGREES WITH APPLE’s Actions… ready to fight it out

March 18, 2010 |

Two weeks ago, HTC was hit with a law suit from Apple, claiming that HTC is infringing on 20 different patents related to the iPhone and mobile computing.  It’s no secret that HTC is one of Apple’s biggest threats to … Read More

HTC is looking to hire a Patent Counsel

March 3, 2010 |

I’m sure we’re all still in a bit of shock over yesterday’s big news.  Apple is suing HTC over 20 different patent infringements.  While many of these infringements are specific to the Android OS (which HTC should not be liable … Read More

Apple sues HTC for infringing on 20 iPhone patents

March 2, 2010 | | 4 Comments

It’s not every day that we feature another company’s logo front and center on our site, especially an Apple logo.  It’s no secret that HTC has been gunning to compete with the Apple iPhone over the past few years, but … Read More

Source code for HTC’s DROId Eris released to developers

February 2, 2010 |

HTC has just announced the release of the DROID Eris source code.  Most people will most likely not even take notice since there’s nothing much they can do with it, but developers should be grateful.  Over the past year, … Read More

HTC schedules press event on February 16th at Mobile World Congress

January 24, 2010 | | One Comment

We were expecting HTC to have another big announcement at Mobile World Congress this year, so we were not that surprised when a tipster sent us a copy of HTC’s press conference invitation this morning. The PDF we received … Read More

Rumor alert: HTC working on iMate acquition?

January 4, 2010 | | One Comment

Many of you might remember a company named iMate. They made their living by rebranding HTC handsets up until a few years ago. My very first HTC handset was actually the iMate JAM, which many of you may know as the HTC Magician. Over the past 2 years, iMate has been working on their own handsets with some interesting and unique features, but late last year; iMate took a turn for the worst and fired all their employees. We’re a few days out from CES and speculation is running high on the internet. It’s unclear what really happened within the company but now it looks like HTC might be stepping in. PhoneNews is reporting that HTC may be in the process or has already acquired iMate. The only conceivable reason for this supposed acquisition would be to secure iMate’s intellectual property since their handset market share wasn’t even a blip on the map last time I checked.

Unfortunately, the acquisition claims are based merely on the fact that HTC has put new contact information on their website under “CUSTOMER SERVICE AND PRODUCT SUPPORT.” To me, this simply indicates that HTC will be taking on service support for the devices that they manufactured over the years. Until I get any better evidence than that, I’d classify the HTC iMate acquisition as pure speculation.

Source: PhoneNews

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A detailed look at HTC’s line-up for 2010

December 7, 2009 |

For months we’ve been wondering what HTC has in store for 2010. HTC said that they would dedicate 50% of the lineup to the Android platform, but no one really knew what they would look like… until now. If you’re familiar with xda-developers, you know that a lot of great things come out of there. Over the weekend, B3ler3fonte released details on HTC’s lineup for the first six months of 2010. Apparently, B3ler3fonte was able to get his hands on the HTC 2010 Portfolio which was presented in Vienna in October. Before we dive into the details of pictures and specs, there are a few things that need to be clarified. Many of the images have the T-Mobile name over the handset. This does not indicate that T-Mobile will be carrying any of these devices. The images and specs of the handsets are to give you a general idea of what each phone will look like and how it will perform. Most carriers dictate the final looks and features that they want the handset to have, so don’t come crying to us when things don’t pan out the way you thought.

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