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HTC Radar hands-on [Video]

HTC Radar hands-on [Video]

HTC was Microsoft's most ambitious partner at the original Windows Phone launch, and the company has a similarly strong line-up now that Mango is on the scene. The HTC Radar is a 3.8-inch WP7 Mango handset with a WVGA display, 1GHz processor and a design that's reminiscent of the Flyer or an ironed-out Legend. We grabbed some hands-on time with HTC's Radar to see whether or not it should be on yours.

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AT&T HTC Jetstream LTE 10-inch Android tablet official

AT&T HTC Jetstream LTE 10-inch Android tablet official

AT&T has officially unveiled the HTC Jetstream, the company's 10.1-inch tablet previously known as the HTC Puccini. Packing Android 3.1 Honeycomb on an WXGA touchscreen with support for HTC's Scribe digital pen - initially bundled with the slate - the Jetstream totes both HSPA+ and 4G LTE support and will go on sale on September 4 priced at a hefty $699.99 with a new, two-year agreement.

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HTC Puccini tablet leaks again

HTC Puccini tablet leaks again

A few days back we saw some leaked screen shots of the HTC Puccini tablet that surfaced and the hint that the tablet would be called the Jetstream on AT&T. Today another leak has surfaced with some blurry cam shots of the Puccini tablet and a tip that the tablet is currently in testing and will land in the "not too distant future." This should be a nice 10.1-inch tablet for those wanting fast mobile broadband.

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HTC Puccini Called Jetstream on AT&T, Additional Screenshots Leaked

HTC Puccini Called Jetstream on AT&T, Additional Screenshots Leaked

We certainly know a lot about the 10-inch tablet known as the HTC Puccini considering it's not yet truly officially announced by its manufacturer or its US carrier. We've seen screenshots, bits of hardware, release dates, and specs all along the way. What we've gathered thus far and what we're to understand from these newest two screenshots revealed today is that this tablet will be called the HTC Jetstream as it flies in to the USA on AT&T's 4G network, be it what AT&T calls 4G at the moment or LTE in the distant future. An AT&T 10-inch Android tablet made by HTC, sound like a winning ticket to you?

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Apple sued by HTC over three new patents

Apple sued by HTC over three new patents

HTC has filed a new lawsuit against Apple, alleging that the company infringes on three patents it holds, two of which were acquired with the purchase of ADC Technologies back in April. Filed in the US District Court in Delaware, Reuters reports, HTC claims that not only iOS devices like the iPhone and iPad, but iPods and Macs use the IP without permission. HTC is looking for damages, triple damages for willful infringement, and an injunction on importation and sales of the allegedly infringing devices.

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HTC Bootloader Unlock Live, Sensation First in Line

HTC Bootloader Unlock Live, Sensation First in Line

As promised weeks ago, HTC has begun the bootloader unlocking process today, all of it starting with the international edition of the HTC Sensation, and all of it working from the also new HTCDev.com. This process will start this morning for all HTC customers and that HTCDev will continue to be the source for all HTC-prone developers to access such awesome tools as the HTC S3D SDK and the HTC Pen SDK.

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Apple ITC case against HTC to be investigated

Apple ITC case against HTC to be investigated

The US ITC has confirmed it will begin an investigation into patent complaints against HTC by Apple, which could result in sales of the manufacturers smartphones and tablets being frozen. Apple's complaint - filed last month - is titled "Portable Electronic Devices and Related Software" and is believed to cover alleged IP infringements by HTC's phone range, its Flyer tablet and the HTC Sense UI customizations and apps.

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HTC confirms 6-8 new phones/tablets in 2H 2011

HTC confirms 6-8 new phones/tablets in 2H 2011

HTC has announced that it has 6-8 new devices in the pipeline for the remainder of 2011, a mixture of Android, Windows Phone and tablet hardware. Confirmed as part of the company's Q2 financial results presentation, HTC failed to give an exact breakdown of which models will use which OS, but did say that Android would be the dominant platform. As for its money-making performance, HTC announced "record-breaking" results and the fifth consecutive quarter of growth, with NT$17.52bn ($607m) after-tax profits, more than doubling the performance in Q2 last year.

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