One X | HTC
With the iPhone 5, Apple has finally tackled key areas where its Android competition previously held an advantage: a larger display, high-speed 4G LTE networking, and an improved camera are all inside the new flagship iOS device. But how does the iPhone 5 rate against the latest handsets running Android and Windows Phone? We've compared them all here.
With Windows Phone 8, Nokia finally has had its hands untied when it comes to pushing out modern specs on its hardware. The result is the Nokia Lumia 920, with a dual-core 1.5GHz processor, 32GB of device storage, and a 4.5-inch display. The Lumia 920 also includes wireless charging and "PureView" technology on its 8-megapixel camera. Add in some bright color options and you're looking at the main differentiators on the hardware side.
In the wake of financial turbulence at HTC, the Wall Street Journal has uncovered a memo sent to HTC's staff in which CEO Peter Chou admits that the company has "multiple areas" that need fixing.
After hitting AT&T earlier this month, HTC is now releasing its Android 4.0.4 update for One X owners in Europe.
The Android Developers site's newest Android version breakdown shows that for the first time Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is on more than 10 percent of devices. Android 2.3 Gingerbread also lost a minor amount of share, falling from 65 to 64 percent.
USA Today reports that headphone maker Beats is acquiring music streaming service MOG. The company's CEO David Hyman says that "the addition of MOG’s music service to the Beats portfolio will provide a truly end-to-end music experience."
Hands-on photos of Pioneer's new speaker with wireless audio playback through either HTC Connect or AirPlay.
HTC acknowledges One X Wi-Fi connectivity problems are a hardware issue, says it has 'identified a fix' (update)
HTC has finally acknowledged the HTC One X's Wi-Fi connection problems; in a statement to AndroidCentral, the company said that it has "identified a fix that strengthens the area of the phone around the WiFi antennae connection points."
Apple pushes for ban of HTC's Android devices in the US, wants them taken off store shelves (update: HTC responds)
In a complaint filed today with the US International Trade Commission, Apple has requested for HTC devices running Android to be banned from entering the US, and for those devices already in the US that violate a previously issued exclusion order to be pulled from store shelves, Bloomberg reports.
Sony wasted no time showing off its new relationship with HTC. Behind glass (sadly not playable) at its E3 booth we spotted HTC One X, One S, and One V running what's purported to be PlayStation Mobile (née PlayStation Suite).
Sony has just announced it will be partnering with HTC to create PlayStation Suite-certified phones — which it is renaming PlayStation Mobile.
China Telecom has received regulatory approval for its version of the HTC One X, dubbed the X720d, which has a slightly different design and support for CDMA and GSM roaming.
The Taipei Times is reporting that HTC's woes with US customs may be over, with HTC telling the Taiwan Stock Exchange in a statement that "some of our products have passed review and have been delivered to our telecoms operators' clients in the US."
Amazon Wireless is selling the HTC One X for $129.99, a $70 discount on the usual price, and the offer is open to both new and existing customers of AT&T.
The United States District for the District of Delaware has ordered HTC and Apple to meet to discuss a potential settlement in a long-running patent lawsuit.
HTC's US One X and Evo 4G LTE use a customized version of Android that removes the offending "data tapping" feature and does not exhibit the key behavior excluded from importation into the US by the International Trade Commission.
users in our forums and on xda-developers have complained that it is over-aggressive in closing background apps, resulting in a sub-par experience. The change presumably contributes to the stellar battery life we've seen on the One X, but it has been frustrating for power users.