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You can now use the Windows Recovery Tool to set your HTC device back to it's factory image, hinting at support for the Windows 10 Technical Preview in the future.
Google has announced that it is beginning the rollout of its over-the-air Android 5.1 Lollipop update to the Nexus 9 tablet, over three months after that OS version first became available.
Google's Nexus 9 is usually priced at £319 in the UK - but two leading retailers are currently offering the device for just £199.99, and one of them is also including a free two-year warranty.
The Nexus 9 has only had one OTA update since it went on sale six months ago - and its latest update doesn't bring Android 5.1, but the older Android 5.0.2, which was originally released in December.
HTC has said that the Android 5.1 Lollipop update won't be available for its One M8 until August - six months after it launched on the first Android One handsets back in February.
HTC has revealed a parody advert on its official YouTube channel for "Cellami", a cure for 'Bi-Phonal Displeasure Disorder'. As usual HTC displays its bizarre "Sense" of humor, but is anyone laughing?
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HTC launched the One M9 at MWC 2015 and put it on sale on April 1st and after four weeks with HTC's latest flagship, we're asking, is the HTC One M9 really the best smartphone for you?
HTC's chief financial officer has said that the company is 'working closely' with Microsoft to develop its first Windows 10 handset, and says that more details will be revealed this summer.
The latest version of Android is now rolling out to the Google Play editions of HTC's One M7 and One M8 - and for the M7, it looks like this will be the last OS update the device will get.
HTC has confirmed that Lollipop will begin rolling out to the One M8 on AT&T today - a week after the older One M7 got the update, and almost six months after Google first announced Android 5.0.
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Apple has allowed its customers to trade in their old iPhones in part-exchange for a new one since 2013 - but you can now trade in select Windows, Android and BlackBerry phones under the program too.
After revealing that it will soon bring its Windows 10 preview for phones to almost the entire Lumia range, Microsoft has now confirmed plans to make the preview available for non-Lumia devices too.
Over five months after Lollipop was first announced, Android 5.0.2 will finally be released for the HTC One M7 on AT&T tomorrow - but it will be the last OS update for the 2013 flagship.
New renders of the long-rumored HTC One Plus have leaked online, supposedly showing the device in all its glory. Not only that, but the images also highlight some of the new features of the device.
With no fanfare at all, HTC has quietly revealed its new One E9+, which features a 5.5-inch display with 2560x1440px resolution, 3GB RAM, 20MP rear camera and a 2GHz 64-bit octa-core processor.
From the low-cost Lumia 430 to the flagship Galaxy S6 Edge, there's no shortage of exciting new devices on the way for budgets of all sizes. So, tell us, which handset are you planning to buy next?
Clear images have leaked of what is being called the HTC One M9+ (or Plus). It shows a front facing fingerprint sensor, larger screen and curved brush metal design, and will be revealed on 8 April.
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After over a decade as chief executive officer of HTC, Peter Chou has stepped down from the top job to "transition to a new role leading future production innovation" at the company.
HTC's One M7, the Android flagship that it released in early 2013, will get no further OS updates - with the exception of the Google Play Edition of the handset, which will get Android 5.1 in April.
HTC has announced its new 'UH OH Protection' program for the HTC One M9, offering a free replacement handset in the first year of ownership if yours ends up with water damage or a cracked screen.
Thanks some leaks we get our first look at the HTC One E9, a companion device for this year's M9 flagship. The One E9 looks set to be feature packed and includes a 5.5-inch QHD screen.
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Earlier this week, HTC announced its new flagship, the One M9. That handset is the main focus of the company's stand at Mobile World Congress this week, as our image gallery reveals.
HTC's new flagship handset, the One M9, has attracted some criticism for being a mild evolution of its predecessor. But we had some hands-on time with the One M9 today, and came away rather impressed.
HTC has finally revealed the VR headset they had been working on with Valve; called HTC Vive, it promises to offer a "full room-scale" experience, and developers will get to play with it at GDC 2015.
HTC has unveiled its latest accessory, the HTC Grip. The new fitness band will be partnered with an Under Armour app that will track workouts, sleep, and connect to social networks.
HTC has announced the One M9 at the 2015 Mobile World Congress with an evolutionary design, upgraded internals and an expected launch in major markets in the coming weeks.
Though we know pretty much everything there is to know about HTC's new flagship, the One M9, folks can still follow along live and enjoy the show. And who knows there might be some surprises too.
The HTC One M9 is already listed at BestBuy, which also lists its specs and pricing of the gunmetal grey 32GB variant. Many of the rumors that surfaced about the handset have been proven true.
The wait is over for HTC One M7 users in Europe, those users can now check for updates and upgrade to the latest and greatest Android has to offer, following an official announcement.
A former product manager of HTC has tweeted that "the whole cat is out of the bag" regarding recent image leaks of the HTC One M9 and three video promotions that surfaced and were quickly pulled.
Full sized renders of the One M9 have shown up online at a German retailer which also show all the colors that will be made available with the smartphone, including Gold, Silver and Gun Metal Grey.
HTC has already confirmed that its new One flagship will be unveiled on March 1 - but could a further tweet, in which it says that "something HUGE is coming", hint at another product on the way?
The HTC One M9 and Samsung's Galaxy S6 will both be unveiled next month at MWC 2015 in Barcelona, but Carphone Warehouse is already inviting potential buyers to register for the new Android flagships.
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Android 5.0 will be released later today for the One M8 on Sprint, and the update is already available for owners of the M8 on T-Mobile, who can get a lick of that Lollipop goodness right now.
T-Mobile says it will only release the latest OS update for its Lumia 521 and 925 - and given the carrier's poor support for Windows Phones in the past, its HTC 8X seems unlikely to get Windows 10.
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HTC is beginning the Lollipop rollout for its One M7 today, starting with Sprint - but the update only bumps the OS up to Android 5.0.1, not the newer 5.0.2 release, or Android 5.1, spotted yesterday.
The HTC Desire 626 has been registered at China's equivalent of the FCC, and with it some specifications have come to light on what we can expect from this mid-range device.
HTC has taken the bold step to try and equalize on the loss of Beats to Apple by hiring its own rapper to do battle with the likes of Dr Dre and Samsung's Jay Z; the result is obviously cringeworthy.
HTC said in November that it would roll out Android 5.0 to the One M7 and M8 within 90 days - but the company now admits that it will take longer than expected, pinning some of the blame on Google.
The Lollipop Android 5.0 update has started to roll out in Europe, almost two weeks after it started rolling out in other parts of the world, but those on carrier lock may have to wait a bit longer.
@evleaks has returned with new HTC One M9 renders. The images of the upcoming flagship device reveal a sleek looking phone similar to the HTC One M8; the device is expected to launch in March.
A new report seemingly confirms some of the long-rumored specs that the upcoming HTC M9 flagship was expected to feature. The report also claims that the company's smartwatch is ready for launch.
The roll out of Android Lollipop has been a rather slow affair, and some devices won't even get the update at all, which is where custom ROM developers have stepped up, for the HTC One M7.