Today, HTC announced it was one-upping Samsung’s Galaxy Wear and Google’s Glass with its own piece of badass wearable tech, the HTC Gluuv.
Facebook held a press conference today to announce their big secret Android phone thing and it wasn’t any hardware, at least not from them. Instead, they unveiled the new Facebook Home Android skin, that takes your normal boring Android, makes it look nicer, gives it a new app launcher and makes keeping up with your friends on Facebook quick and easy and really really good looking.
HTC and Verizon have teamed up to launch the HTC Droid DNA, a really thin phone with a five inch 1080p display that’s been impressing the hell out of reviewers.
Like pandas at the zoo, HTC and Facebook have tried coupling before, but despite some hopeful humping, a Facebook phone never came to fruition. Oh sure, there was the HTC phone with a Facebook button, but this sounds like the real deal— a Facebook branded phone with a highly customized Facebook version of Android.
The first HTC Titan is in my opinion, one of the most impressive looking Windows smartphones out there. But the Titan II, AT&T’s first LTE 4G Windows phone looks to be even more impressive.
The HTC Omega might be the first Windows Mobile 7 phone that will make you want a Windows Mobile 7 phone
While I’ve generally been impressed with Windows Mobile 7 up to this point, even if it still is lacking in features, I’ve been far less impressed with the selection of hardware that Windows Mobile 7 phones are running on. But the HTC Omega might change that.
Months ago, there were rumors of a Facebook branded phone and Facebook denied the rumors. But as it turns out, it’s true. Sort of. HTC recently unveiled a line of phones that aren’t specifically Facebook branded like the Nexus One is Google branded, but they are phones that have a specific high-profile Facebook button so that you’re never more than one click away from reading bullshit status update friends of your friends and family, starting with the ChaCha and the Salsa (above).