• Review: The HTC One X on AT&T

    Review: The HTC One X on AT&T

    It takes a lot to impress me with new hardware. Each new phone is an incremental gain on its competitors, and on the phone which came before it. I believe we are now entering the age of “The Infrastructure” where services, network, support, software, and ecosystem are more important than any one hardware revision. However, when a company executes a well organized change of direction, and delivers a unique experience while laying the groundwork for future releases, that one new phone will make me stand and take notice. I really didn’t think HTC was capable of making a phone like the One X.

     
  • Gadget Post Mortem: The HTC Touch Pro

    Gadget Post Mortem: The HTC Touch Pro

    For all we talk about exciting new gadgets, reviewing the latest and greatest, any piece of tech can seem incredible when it’s fresh out of the wrapper.  The true test of a gadget is how it treats you months or years after it loses that new gadget sheen. While I like to stay cutting edge, I refuse to buy into the recent trend of yearly obsolescence. In looking for companies that I choose to do business with, it’s important for me to take a look back at how their products have treated me in the past, especially products I’ve lived with for quite a while. So pour a beverage, sit back, and let’s take a look back at the HTC Touch Pro.

     
  • Lightning Strikes…and the HTC ThunderBolt Doesn’t Disappoint

    Lightning Strikes…and the HTC ThunderBolt Doesn’t Disappoint

    Let’s face it… if you’re a smart-phone user (and the way things are going, everyone soon will be), things have never been better.  The industry’s leading manufacturers, together with the various service providers, appear to be committed to a consumer friendly strategy of extreme one-upsmanship – rolling out more and more capable and powerful devices nearly every week. Recently, we got our hands on one of the most impressive of these hot new offerings – the HTC ThunderBolt (for Verizon Wireless) and did our best to see if it could live up to the hype.  Join us as we take a closer look at HTC’s newest entry in what is quickly developing into the “Ultimate Smart-phone Wars.”

     
  • HTC’s Evo Shift 4G: Shift Happens

    HTC’s Evo Shift 4G: Shift Happens

    So let’s say you’re on Sprint’s network. Even if you’re not a techie, you probably know that 4G is all the rage right now…and thankfully, Sprint’s got a few choices for you in that department. But what if you like the design and the “Sense” Android skin of the Evo 4G, but also love the slide out keyboard of the Epic 4G–and you want it at a cheaper price? Buddy, have we got a phone for you…

     
  • Review: The HTC Surround with Windows Phone 7

    Review: The HTC Surround with Windows Phone 7

    Ah HTC. One of my favorite manufacturers. From the early days of the iPaq, to devices like the PPC-6700 (which was re-branded as an Audiovox), to your emerging self branded Windows Mobile phones, to your championing of the Android platform, you’ve rarely put out a bad device. Now, as you begin your foray into Windows Phone 7, you bestow upon us one of the most interesting (and potentially controversial) smart phone designs ever created: A horizontal slider, not hiding a keyboard, but a giant speaker. Is it good? Is it a gimmick? Is it a good gimmick? Read on to find out what we thought of it!

     
 
 

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