HTC has confirmed it plans to upgrade a number of smartphones to run Google's new Android 4.1 mobile operating system update.
Sprint Nextel is pushing a software update to its Android-powered HTC Evo 4G LTE smartphone designed to resolve software issues preventing some subscribers from using the Google Wallet contactless payment service.
HTC's Beats Electronics unit has acquired digital music service MOG. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Google has confirmed that it is working to fix a software issue preventing some consumers from using its Wallet contactless payment service.
HTC said it will upgrade more than a dozen Android devices to run Google's (NASDAQ:GOOG) Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, with the process slated to wrap up in August 2012.
Sprint's LTE network is only in its beginning stages. A Sprint spokeswoman told FierceMobileIT that the company already has over 700 LTE sites operational, with another 3,000 under construction.
HTC is rolling out an updated version of its free Locations mapping application for Microsoft's (NASDAQ:MSFT) Windows Phone that adds offline navigation, bringing the app in line with its
HTC will shut down its HTCSense.com mobile data backup service on April 30. However the company promised new and improved services are in the pipeline. HTCSense.com enables consumers to sync their
HTC's Beats Electronics unit is reportedly in talks to acquire digital music startup MOG in an effort to create an all-you-can-eat mobile music service available across HTC devices and Beats
Handset maker HTC will update 16 smartphones to run Google's (NASDAQ:GOOG) Android 4.0 mobile operating system, first introduced in November 2011 via rival Samsung's Galaxy Nexus. The HTC blog said