HTC Is Bringing 64-Bit Computing To Android

Apple was the first company to ever have a smartphone with 64-bit computing. After that, they pretty much left every other smartphone company way behind. HTC has always been a company that is known for introducing new technology into their smartphones and finding ways to stay ahead. They put out the first commercial smartphone with a . . . → Read More: HTC Is Bringing 64-Bit Computing To Android

HTC’s New Flagship, The HTC One M8

If you thought the HTC One was awesome, then you are going to be really excited about the new makeover it just got. HTC just launched their new flagship model, the HTC One M8, at a New York City event on Tuesday.

If you are just looking at it, you wont see many differences between this and . . . → Read More: HTC’s New Flagship, The HTC One M8

Windows Phone 8 Growing in Popularity

Microsoft may have missed out when the smartphone craze began, but now it appears Windows Phone 8 might have a future after all.

According to Kantar Worldpanel, Windows Phone 8 now has a 5.6 percent market share in the US, gaining 1.9 percent compared to the same period last year. Android remains the top selling platform with . . . → Read More: Windows Phone 8 Growing in Popularity

Verizon Accidentally Reveals Droid DNA Before Launch Event

In a slightly premature move, Verizon has confirmed the newest DROID phone coming to the carrier, the DROID DNA. Verizon revealed that the DROID DNA would be the centerpiece of its November 13 launch event, while images showing the (alleged) final design of the phone have hit the internet ahead of schedule as well.

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HTC One XL and One S Getting Android 4.1 Treatment

If you are an HTC One XL or One S user then you may be excited about what I am about to tell you (if you live in the land down under that is). According to the company, the HTC One XL and One S smartphones will be receiving an upgrade to Android 4.1 for all . . . → Read More: HTC One XL and One S Getting Android 4.1 Treatment