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There was a time in the evolution of mobile phones that smaller was clearly better.
The highly regarded Google keyboard, gesture typing and all, is coming to the entire Android line-up by way of the Google Play store. Previously only available on the Nexus line, Google’s keyboard was sorely missed by some consumers who opted to purchase other Android devices, like Samsung or HTC phones. Now, any device running on Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) or later will be able to install the keyboard as an app.
Fast & Furious 6: the Game from Kabam has differentiated itself from many other racing games by having its gameplay revolve around the concept of drag racing. Since the objective of every race is to simply go in a virtually straight shot from point A to point B, the developers completely did away with the steering wheel, braking system, and gas pedal.
Starting June 26, Google will offer a special edition of the HTC One with a “Nexus user experience” through the Google Play store. The phone will still be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor and feature the gorgeous all-metal unibody design.
Is the new Facebook Home cool, or what? In case you don’t already know, Facebook announced Facebook Home yesterday, promising the first mobile experience designed to put people, not apps, first.
The new HTC One, one of the first to feature the benchmark-busting Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 600 processor, is available for pre-sale today.
Yesterday, in events in New York and London, HTC unveiled their new HTC One smartphone to the world. The HTC One has a distinct zero-gap aluminum unibody with a 4.7" Full HD (1080p) screen and features the latest Android Jelly Bean operating system
Verizon and HTC took the covers off of the Droid DNA today, and if there's one feature that could elicit goose-bumps from avid smartphone users, it would be the DNA's 1080p display—the first in North America.
Verizon users who felt a little left out after HTC launched a One Series on every carrier except their own can now rest easy. The HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE may go by a different name than its siblings, but everything under the hood says it’s as powerful and feature-packed.
If you’ve been waiting patiently to get a smartphone with a Snapdragon™ S4 processor, the wait is over. The HTC One S is now available on T-Mobile for less than $200 on a two year contract.
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