With the success of its Android phones, HTC is signaling it is no longer content with leaving its brand hidden behind the carriers' and Google's.
The HTC Hero offers a refreshing break from the smartphone OEMs’ infinite attempts to reproduce the iPhone experience.
Taiwan's High Tech Computer (HTC) signed a memorandum Monday with China Mobile, the world's largest mobile carrier, to jointly develop smartphones and tap the mainland's rapidly growing telecoms market.
HTC's second-quarter revenue reached $1.16 billion, up 10 percent from the same quarter a year ago.
Google Chief Executive Eric Schmidt is taking a government inquiry into his role on Apple’s board in stride
Use of the name Android by Google and partners in the Open Handset Alliance is a violation of the Android Data trademark.
There are rumblings that Google Voice could change the telecom industry in fundamental ways.
Google made $382 million for its fourth quarter of 2008, in a large drop-off from $1.29 billion in the third quarter and $1.21 billion a year ago.
T-Mobile fed Google Android followers a meal; now will they get dessert?
Omniture said its SiteCatalyst software is now available for Google Android devices.
Klocwork today announced a new version of its Java source code analyzer for the Google Android operating system.
Google has released an over-the-air fix for a serious security flaw found on the Android operating system.
Google’s Android operating system could represent a tipping point in attitudes toward smartphones, according to ABI Research.
When Jeff Bezos, founder and CEO of Amazon, delivered a keynote address to the CTIA Wireless show eight years ago, he envisioned a wireless Internet where consumers would buy books from him using their mobile phones.
T-Mobile USA’s Android phone, branded as the G1 and priced at $179, as expected will have several tightly integrated Google applications
Google’s new Android mobile operating system will snag nearly 4% of U.S. smartphone market share in the fourth quarter of this year.
T-Mobile USA has called a news conference in New York City for Tuesday, Sept. 23, to formally announce the first Android phone.
T-Mobile USA will deploy its long awaited 3G network to 27 markets by the end of this year, covering two-thirds of its customer base.
TeleNav is expanding globally. The GPS navigation service provider is now providing TeleNav GPS Navigator for Telcel in Mexico.
Mobile search is gaining in both popularity and frequency of use in the United States and Western Europe, according to comScore M:Metrics.
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Google, for its upcoming smartphones using the Android operating system, will build an “Android Market” similar to Apple’s AppStore.
Nokia is strengthening its venture capital arm, the company said today, while Google is close to starting a similar entity of its own.
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