Your invite to join the HTC One party has been rescheduled. (Credit: Sarah Tew/CNET) This morning we learned a little more about why the HTC One, the last (or at least the latest) great hope for a onetime ascendant titan of the smartphone world, has been delayed. Show More Summary
AT&T Wireless is having a penny sale on several great smartphones. That includes the iPhone 4 (refurbished), Nokia Lumia 900 Windows Phone (refurbished), HTC Titan II Windows Phone (refurbished), the BlackBerry Bold 9900 (refurbished), LG Nitro HD, Pantech Flex (refurbished), Motorola Atrix 2, and HTC Vivid. Show More Summary
We've been fans of super-sized live tiles ever since the OG Titan came around, but maybe we can't count on HTC to push things any further. According to Bloomberg's sources, the Taiwanese manufacturer has given up on a project to create a Windows Phone with a display larger than five inches. Show More Summary
Smartphone could be the rumored 'Zenith'.
This month’s Xbox Live Rewards survey may have leaked HTC’s (2498) upcoming flagship Windows Phone 8 device, the HTC Titan III. Every month Xbox conducts a survey where participants can earn points that can be redeemed for variety of services and products. Show More Summary
In a recently released survey meant for Xbox Live users, Microsoft got a bit curious about people's smartphone preferences. Fair enough -- they've got some skin in the game, after all -- but there was something slightly amiss about how the question was framed. What the designers of the survey didn't seem to realize is that there's no such thing as an HTC Titan III… or is there?
In a press statement released late tonight, smartphone titans Apple and HTC have said that they have settled all outstanding legal disputes. The settlement includes a 10-year-licence agreement between the two. This story is developing and we will have more to come.
Let's imagine you shunned purchasing a Lumia 900 in favor of HTC's Titan II, the company's final Windows Phone handset before its colorful reinvention. You were probably drawn to that 16-megapixel camera, but given the tight restrictions imposed by the operating system, there's little else to separate it from its kin. Show More Summary
The HTC Titan II and Nokia Lumia 900 will get some new Windows Phone companions. (Credit: CNET) Windows Phone 8, the successor to its Windows Phone 7.5 Mango mobile operating system, will ship on handsets starting this fall, according...Show More Summary
By Income Hunter: A while ago, I was captivated by an article that compared Nokia's (NOK) Lumia 900 and HTC's Titan II. The author did a good job with being objective, and he presented the strengths and weaknesses of both phones accurately. Show More Summary
HTC's big-screened and powerful Titan 4G may not be the most elegant of the Windows phones on the market, but its brawn adds extra appeal. 8 Jun 2012 11:12 AM
The Nokia Lumia 900 (right) has a clearer, brighter, less reflective AMOLED display than the HTC Titan II's LCD (left), thanks in part to a clever bit of screen design. (Credit: Josh Miller/CNET) When Raymond Soneira compares smartphone...Show More Summary
HTC’s first Windows 7 smartphone in absolutely ages is also Telstra’s first 4G smartphone not running Android. Does the combination add up to a must-buy smartphone? Read on to find out.
Fruity tech titan powerless to stop Android shipments HTC's latest smartphones have passed inspection by US customs while en route to American pockets, rendering an import ban won by Apple useless.…
Just half a year ago, HTC released the Titan Windows Phone. And now they recently released a second generation of the phone, the Titan II, which has seen some really nice improvements. Alas,...
(Credit: CNET) AT&T is making quite the name for itself as America's top Windows Phone promoter. However, with so many Windows phones out there, it's getting harder to tell which one you should get. Related stories Nokia Lumia 900 review HTC Titan II review Nokia Lumia 900 vs. Show More Summary
I've been spending some quality time with HTC's Titan II, and I would never call it a bad phone. But that's not the question — good, bad, fast, slow, ugly, beautiful... they don't matter unless I feel that I'd put down money and live my life with this device. Show More Summary