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HTC MAX 4G for Russian WiMAX network announced

HTC MAX 4G for Russian WiMAX network announced

HTC have announced a partnership with Russian carrier Scartel to produce the world's first integrated GSM/WiMAX handset, the HTC MAX 4G.  Seemingly using much of the hardware of the HTC Touch HD, it will use Scartel's Yota WiMAX network as well as offer access to any Russian GSM carrier courtesy of an unlocked SIM slot; however, calls between two Yota customers will automatically be routed as VoIP calls over the WiMAX network.  Like the Touch HD, the MAX 4G has a 3.8-inch WVGA touchscreen, 5-megapixel camera and runs Windows Mobile 6.1 Pro with the TouchFLO 3D GUI.

More photos & launch video after the cut

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HTC Touch HD SlashGear Review: Part 2

HTC Touch HD SlashGear Review: Part 2

In the first part of our HTC Touch HD review, we looked at the physical design, the display, the touchscreen, TouchFLO 3D, messaging and internet browsing.  Now, in the second part of our exclusive SlashGear review, we'll look at GPS and media performance, camera ability and battery life, together with how the Touch HD performs as a cellphone.  We'll also tackle the biggest question of them all: is the Touch HD an iPhone killer?

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HTC Unveils the HTC S740 in Europe

HTC Unveils the HTC S740 in Europe

The S740 smartphone is a distant cousin of the HTC Diamond, featuring a similar sleek front and faceted back along with a similar feature set.  Unlike the Diamond, the S740 does not sport a touchscreen and powered by Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard.

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HTC Touch Dual announced, hits UK in November

HTC Touch Dual announced, hits UK in November

What's in a name?  Not much, really, when you're talking about what to call HTC's latest evolution of the Touch.  Previously known as the Touch Slide, because of its slide-out keypad, HTC have finally officially announced the HSDPA handset for European markets as the HTC Touch Dual.  Rocking an updated (and seemingly more comprehensive) version of the company's iPhone-rivalling TouchFLO gesture recognition, which aims to do away with a stylus and allow use of the Windows Mobile 6 handset with just your stumpy fingers, two versions of the handset will be available: one with a normal 12-button numeric keypad and the other with a 20-key Suretype keyboard.

 

Check out a video of the HTC Touch Dual after the cut...

HTC Athena photo-review

HTC Athena photo-review

MoBlog's Lucretius is a lucky bugger.  Not only has he got a pre-release HTC Vox but an Athena as well!  And so as to share the joy with the rest of us (or rub it in, depending on how jealous you are!) he's made it the subject of a photo-review.

While the photos are great to see, and Lucretius' annotations useful, I'd still like to see more written on how well the Athena performs day to day.  Is it good enough to let you leave the laptop at home?

MoBlog [via jkontherun]

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: February 1, 2013

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: February 1, 2013

Welcome to Friday evening everyone. The weekend is nearly here, but before we kick it off we're going to recap the news. Today Apple was named the largest mobile phone manufacturer in the US, while it seems Peter Chou has revealed the long-rumored HTC M7 in a rather silly video. The FTC has fined Path $800,000 for unauthorized data collection, and we learned that Windows 8's market share is at a disappointingly low 2.3%.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: January 28th, 2013

SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: January 28th, 2013

Here at the start of 2013 we've got a whole lot of color changes going on, today's being the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 and its switch-over to Garnet Red - sound like a Valentine's Day winner to you? You'll be able to have a peek at the newest trailer for BioShock Infinite as well as see the death of a patent troll by the hands of NewEgg. The teams at Ford, Daimler, and Renault-Nissan are letting the world know that fuel-cell cars will be a reality by 2017. And there's a monkey in Iran that's been to space and back.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: January 23, 2013

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: January 23, 2013

Welcome to Wednesday evening everyone. What started off as a relatively quiet afternoon quickly turned into a whirlwind of news, with Apple releasing its financial report for Q1 2013 today. There was a lot to go over between the report and the earnings call, and you can find all of the news in our round-up. Unfortunately, investors didn't like some of the stuff in Apple's report, sending its stock price down in after hours trading. We also received the results of THQ's auction today, with a number of its studios being sold off to other publishers and the core business shutting down.

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