From Android O and Android Go, to WannaCry woes, HTC's new squeeze, Apple anticipation, holo-Cortana, a passing Moment, and virtual headcrabs, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
If you are looking to get some quality time with HTC's latest handsets, including the recently announced U11, you might want to head to a Meet U fan event taking place in several cities in the US.
Google today announced that HTC, Lenovo, and Qualcomm are working on new standalone VR headsets that don't require phones, cables, or PCs to use. They'll be available later this year.
If you were hoping to score a great price on HTC's latest, U11, now might be a perfect time. For what can be assumed as a limited time promotion, HTC is knocking $50 off the retail price.
Five months after Google began rolling out Android 7.0 Nougat to unlocked variants of the HTC One M9, the software update is finally available for the AT&T model of the two-year-old device.
HTC has officially announced its new flagship phone, just two months after its last flagship went on sale. The U 11's key selling point is the ability to 'squeeze' it to activate apps and features.
We are still weeks away from the launch of the HTC U 11 flagship smartphone, but now an official- looking image of box the art has revealed everything there is to know about the upcoming device.
We are just a few weeks away from the official launch of the HTC U 11 flagship smartphone, but the device has already been spotted on GeekBench sporting a Snapdragon 835 processor and 4 GB of RAM.
Microsoft today announced a number of deals on Surface tablets, Dell laptops, the HTC Vive, and more. The sales come just in time for graduation season, and run from today until June 18.
In less than a month, HTC will take the wraps off of its latest handset. We have been treated to a few leaks over the past several months, and it looks like it will formally arrive as the HTC U 11.
From CoD WWII and MS DNA, to AMD RX 500, juicy refunds, Apple injuries, Facebook mind-reading, Chrome's ad-blocker, and the return of the SNES, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
Vive originally announced a no-interest financing solution for its VR helmet earlier this year. Now the program has expanded to include high-end graphics cards, PCs and gaming laptops.
Remember when HTC promised to bring Android updates to its One A9 within 15 days of their release for Nexus devices? Well, it's now bringing Nougat to the One A9 in India, eight months behind Google.
After months of leaks, HTC has announced that it will announce a new device in May. The handset looks to be the much rumored U, codenamed Ocean. The phone will feature a unique touch-sensitive bezel.
As HTC slashes pricing on its U Ultra, new details are emerging about its upcoming U, codenamed Ocean. It now appears that the handset will arrive without a headphone jack and be IP57 rated.
Just over a month after it was released, HTC has already cut 20% off its range-topping U Ultra, reducing it to $599. It's offering savings of up to $300 on other handsets in its range too.
HTC's latest flagship phone, the U Ultra, features an all-new design compared to its predecessors, and a second display. Here's our unboxing and first impressions of the company's new device.
The HTC U codenamed Ocean has been detailed in some recent leaks. While its touch bezels will offer something truly unique, today we get a good look at the front and rear of the device.
From Zesty Zapus and Qualcomm's quagmire, to HoloLems, a new Earth, Minecraft money, Dell's delightful display, and RIP NES (again), it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
After weeks of leaks, HTC has officially announced the One X10, featuring metal body, 3GB RAM, 32GB storage and 16MP rear camera. Its 4000mAh battery promises up to 31 days of standby time.
Eight months after Google released Android 7.0, and four months after HTC began its rollout for the One M9, Sprint is finally upgrading the device to Nougat... with two-month-old security patches.
After photos of the device emerged in February, another image of the One X10 has now been revealed, clearly showing the handset's design, its rear fingerprint sensor, and promising a larger battery.
HTC has begun rolling out a new update for the One M9, bringing last month's Android security patches, various bug fixes, and an unspecified 'system enhancement', to unlocked models of the device.
The HTC Ocean has long been rumored and beyond its unique Edge Sensors, looks to offer quite a bit of technology. The new leak reveals an array of microphones, a new camera feature, and more.
If you've been looking to get the most from your HTC Vive, chances are, you'll want to take advantage of the firm's subscription service, Viveport Subscription, that launches on April 5.
From Twitter tweaks and better brains, to pizza-bots, Xbox updates, the spread of Surface, and the return of the fiery flagship, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
Seven months after Google released Android 7.0, and four months after HTC released the update for its 10 flagship, Verizon is finally upgrading that device, including the latest security patches.
If you're using the Verizon variant of last's year's flagship from HTC, the 10, you're in for a sweet surprise this week, as the companies are rolling out Android 7.0 Nougat to the device.
Details on HTC's upcoming handset have been made available by a source. Referred to simply as 'HTC U', it will feature a novel input method, and is expected to launch globally in early May.
HTC originally promised to upgrade the One A9 to new Android versions within 15 days of their release for Nexus devices. Seven months after Android 7.0 was released, it's reached the One A9 in Europe.
T-Mobile's support site for the HTC One M8 stated that the Android 7.0 Nougat update had "been approved to launch and is now available" - but the carrier now says that it was a mistake.
Seven months after Google released Android 7.0, and more than three months after HTC made the update available for unlocked One M9 models, T-Mobile has begun its Nougat rollout for the HTC handset.
A couple months ago HTC announced its U Ultra handset and also mentioned that a sapphire model would also be produced. While we previously knew the price, it now appears to be available for pre-order.
HTC posted a teaser on Facebook saying that it "will give you an unexpected surprise" on March 20. But while some speculate that it will unveil the 'HTC 11', the company has already ruled that out.
T-Mobile US has confirmed that it is now testing its Android 7.0 update for the HTC One M9, over three months after HTC announced availability of the Nougat update for unlocked models of that device.
From Google conspiracies and Pixel problems, to Scorpio on the Store, Nintendo's Switch, Apple's new old iPhone, and the astonishing Nokia 3310, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
After announcing its new U Ultra flagship two months ago, HTC has now started shipping the $749 handsets in the United States. However, the new device isn't being sold by any US carriers.
Google has acknowledged complaints about microphone issues from some owners of its flagship Android phones, and recommends warranty replacements - but some of those replacements have the same issues.
HTC has updated its website to reflect that the U Ultra will be shipping in two days, on March 10, where previously the company's listing only said that the handset would ship in mid-March.
Holding true to its word, Valve has unleashed the first developer release of SteamVR for Linux with limited support for Nvidia and AMD graphics hardware in conjunction with the HTC Vive VR headset.
It's taken a long time for Nougat to be seeded to handsets around the world, and HTC is no exception; despite announcing availability back in November last year, only now has it landed in India.
HTC has announced that it has begun rolling out the Android 7.0 Nougat update for the HTC One M9 in the United Kingdom, a few weeks after bringing that update to the device in other parts of Europe.
Sprint has begun rolling out Android 7.0 Nougat for its variant of the HTC 10. The update was originally available for unlocked models of the device in the United States back in November.
Photos of the One X10 appear to show a device with an aluminum unibody, capacitive nav buttons and a rear fingerprint sensor. It's also expected to have a 5.5-inch 1080p display and octa-core CPU.
While HTC's U Ultra won't ship for another ten days, that hasn't stopped a Captain_Throwback over on XDA Developers from releasing an unofficial version of TWRP for the forthcoming device.
From Nokia nostalgia and gaming galore, to Patch Tuesday problems, mobile unlimited, Brexit price hikes, Android updates, and the Pocket PC, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
Six months after its release, the Android 7.0 update is finally arriving to Sprint's HTC One A9. While the update will be available over the air, you will also have the option of updating it via PC.
According to company officials, the follow-up to the HTC VIve will be geared towards a more mobile VR experience. The forthcoming device is expected to be launched by the end of the year.
During the company's Q4 2016 earnings call, HTC said that it will no longer produce new entry-level phones beginning this year; however, it will still sell and support its current devices.
HTC has opened up pre-orders for its latest flagship handsets, the U Ultra and U Play, in the UK. Priced at £649 and £399 respectively, the premium handsets will begin shipping on March 1.