Remember when HTC promised they would allow unlocking of their bootloaders? And that the Sensation would be unlockable in August? Well now that dream is slowly coming true. HTC have launched HTCdev.com which is their online hub that has all their device kernel source code, their OpenSense SDK and, soon, …Read More »
Testing. Skype have today added 17 new devices to their Video Calling service on Android. Although a few of these devices — listed below — were able to have Skype Video Calling over a month ago thanks to a leaked / hacked APK, it’s good to see Skype further pushing …Read More »
The elusive HTC Puccini has appeared once again on the web, this time in the form of a rendering from the team at BGR. As you can see in the image it will support stylus input much like the HTC Flyer. As it will be going to AT&T, it will …Read More »
HTC to do re-fresh mid year, dual cores to come and the ChaCha, Salsa and Flyer making it’s way to Australia very soon?
I like rumours as much as the next guy and espeically when they contain a heap of information like the one I’ve just received. According to a source, who has gotten in touch with us, HTC plan to do a re-fresh mid year with the handsets due for a Q4 …Read More »
Overnight at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, HTC revealed its first tablet computer, a lightweight 7-inch device named Flyer. It sports some impressive features, following some considerable R&D as discussed by Peter Chou, HTC’s chief executive: We are not interested in rushing out another me-too device. We took time …Read More »
So Telstra have just put up a post on Telstra Exchange detailing what technology was launched at CES and the year ahead in tech. The first thing we noticed is there are two pictures of the Motorola Atrix which was announced at CES and is heading to AT&T as well …Read More »