If you believe the sources close to HTC, the launch of their most advanced smartphone yet, model named One, could be postponed. Sources suggest there will be fewer devices produced than it was planned, and that should cause delay in deliveries to certain smaller markets, while in developed markets One will be much harder to obtain.
HTC has released the results of operations for February which showed that company is in serious trouble, or will be very soon if they continue this pace of decline. Specifically, its revenues in February were as much as 44% worse compared to the same period last year.
Do you remember the time before smartphones and tablets when manufacturers competed for who would make a smaller cell phone and when the size of your cell phones was even a question of prestige? At that time people were not thinking about the latest iPhone or Galaxys but about miniatures such as the Nokia 8210.
According to the Wall Street Journal, citing sources "familiar with the thinking mobile operators", U.S. AT&T is considering expansion into the European market. The expansion of the company, if they decide to, should come to an end this year, sources said.
Cell phone battery life is one of the biggest complaints for users. You might keep chargers plugged in to your computer, your car, and the outlet by your bed, but if your phone is constantly busy recharging, you're missing out on the convenience of a mobile device. Fortunately, you don't have to be a techie to use some of these smart changes that increase your phone's battery life.
If you're like most gamers, the thought of the impending zombie apocalypse has probably crossed your mind. Where would you go? How would you get food? Where would you meet up with your loved ones? How would you avoid becoming infected? How would you do this without technology? All great questions to ask.
Recently there was a report that Microsoft might sell the Surface RT for $199. This report raised even more ire from long-time partner Acer who basically begged Microsoft not to sell Surface at anywhere near that price. The question on everyone’s mind of course is, are these reports are true. We took a look at the reports and then compared it to what we know about Microsoft’s MO and found a rather interesting connection that could indicate the reports are almost correct.