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EE puts LTE phones up for sale (sort of): Galaxy Note II LTE incoming

EE puts LTE phones up for sale (sort of): Galaxy Note II LTE incoming

New 4G carrier EE has thrown three of its LTE smartphones up for purchase today, and confirmed the Galaxy Note II LTE is also incoming, though you can't actually use the high-speed data connection yet. The HTC One XL, Samsung Galaxy S III, and Huawei Ascend P1 LTE are all available from today through Orange and T-Mobile UK, though for the moment users will only see 3G data speeds. That will change "in the coming weeks" however, when EE launches LTE service.

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HTC One X+ official: We go hands-on!

HTC One X+ official: We go hands-on!

It's six months since HTC launched the One X, one of its best smartphones in years, and with the HTC One X+ the company hopes it can polish its flagship back to the top of the list. Outwardly identical to the One X, albeit with a new matte black case and red detailing, the One X+ makes its changes on the inside, upgrading the processor to a 1.7GHz quadcore NVIDIA Tegra 3 AP37 and massaging the smartphone's guts to accommodate a larger, 2,100 mAh battery. We caught up with HTC for some pre-announcement playtime.

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EE reveals first 4G LTE line-up: Galaxy S III, iPhone 5 teaser

EE reveals first 4G LTE line-up: Galaxy S III, iPhone 5 teaser

EE has revealed its first line-up of devices, including Samsung's Galaxy S III, as well as hinting at a possible iPhone 5 LTE reveal imminently. The heavy Apple hint was dropped during the new 4G carrier's launch in London, with chief exec Olaf Swantee teasing that there was a new device "very soon." However, the new iPhone isn't the only device EE subscribers will be able to use: there's a range from Nokia, HTC, Huawei and more.

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HTC Android 4.0 ICS updates list expands

HTC Android 4.0 ICS updates list expands

Over at the quietly brilliant manufacturer HTC's Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich list expansions are happening everywhere with new phones added to the list and phones already on the list getting updated schedules. This list is what HTC considers its nearly-definitive list of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich updates and can therefor be trusted about as far as you can trust any list on earth. Notably absent from the list are all of the HTC tablets released to date - you'll have to go rogue if you want that kind of hardcore underground tasty treat action.

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Dire HTC Q1 masks rallying revenues

Dire HTC Q1 masks rallying revenues

HTC may have warned of dire Q1 2012 financial results on the horizon, but the smartphone company may also be planning to stage a phoenix-from-the-ashes return to form according to the latest monthly sales stats. Although all eyes have been on the company's 35-percent revenue slump forecast for the first three months of this year, according to the month-by-month sales figures revenues rose over 50-percent in March, part of an upward trend from the beginning of 2012.

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HTC One solves the desirability dilemma

HTC One solves the desirability dilemma

HTC has been holding its collective, corporate breath, desperate for its luck to change. February's HTC One Series faced a formidable challenge: a reasonably strong start to 2011 had dwindled until, by Q4, the company was a shadow of its former, innovative self. Now, with the first One X and One S reviews proving positively glowing, it seems HTC could finally be turning a corner. Having spent time with both models, though, what really impressed me was the feel that HTC had finally banished the accountants from the drawing board.

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HTC and Beats Audio snatch up MOG music streaming service

HTC and Beats Audio snatch up MOG music streaming service

We've been hearing increasingly more reports that HTC was looking to acquire their own music streaming service to complete the package with Beats Audio, and to compete with others such as Spotify. After we reported that HTC was looking to buy MOG yesterday, sources are now confirming the deal has been concluded and Beats Audio has purchased MOG and their music streaming service.

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HTC firms Ice Cream Sandwich devices

HTC firms Ice Cream Sandwich devices

HTC has just published a blog post that, aside from making a cheesy reference to ice cream sandwiches, confirms a list of devices that are guaranteed to eventually be pushed to Android 4.0. The latest version of Google's mobile operating system has a bad track record when it comes to legacy device upgrades, but manufacturers are nevertheless steaming ahead.

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