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HTC Sensation bucks Android trend with anti-mod bootloader

HTC Sensation bucks Android trend with anti-mod bootloader

This is going to be really bad news for fans of Android smartphones that are waiting with anticipation for the HTC Sensation to hit. A new system dump has been unearthed, and the dump shows that the Sensation has a locked bootloader. That means that it will be very difficult if not impossible for owners of the phone to use custom ROMs and other programming on the device. The really strange part about this is that the recent trend in the Android market is towards phone makers offering unlocked bootloaders.

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HTC Arrive Review

HTC Arrive Review

The following is an account of the HTC Arrive being handled by your humble narrator Chris Burns, a fellow who before handling this phone had literally never worked with Window Phone 7 before save for a couple of small interactions here or there. Therefor what you'll get is a thorough assessment of the hardware and a review of what I see as the future of mobile computing as it applies to Microsoft as well as the potential Windows Phone 7 has in a largely Android and iOS dominated market - and why with a little adjustment here or there, WP7 may dominate.

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HTC Incredible S Review

HTC Incredible S Review

The first of HTC's new range from Mobile World Congress last month, and tracing a direct line back to a handset almost 12 months old, the HTC Incredible S should on paper leave us cold. Packing neither the huge screen of the Touch HD, nor running the latest OS like the imminent Desire S, it's a single-core phone in what's fast shaping up to be a dual-core world. Thing is, underdog devices have a habit of surprising you, and the Incredible S is no different. Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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HTC HD7S Windows Phone 7 Hands-On

HTC HD7S Windows Phone 7 Hands-On

The S is for Super LCD! That's what we were told right before we ran head-first to the back of the AT&T party we were at on the first official night of CTIA 2011. It was at the back of this party that we were given the opportunity to indulge in the HTC HD7S is another addition to HTC's portfolio of gigantic 4.3-inch screen devices, this one with a 1 GHz processor, a 5-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash on the back, and WVGA Super LCD display on the front. This phone feels VERY familiar, and lovers of the wave of 4.3" screens HTC's been rolling out recently should feel satisfied with looks!

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HTC Ignite Windows Phone 7 Images Leaked

HTC Ignite Windows Phone 7 Images Leaked

Renderings purported to be upcoming HTC devices have been leaked today on Chinese website xda.cn. The first of the series is the HTC Ignite, which is slated as a Windows Phone 7 handset featuring a smooth and sleek form factor similar to the HTC Thunderbolt but slightly more rounded along the edges. And, the buttons towards the bottom of the touchscreen are limited to three for an even cleaner look.

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HTC Pyramid Revealed as Android 3.0 Honeycomb Phone

HTC Pyramid Revealed as Android 3.0 Honeycomb Phone

Take a peek at a phone that's basically blowing the doors off of the Android world with it's unconventional release of itself stocked with Android 3.0 Honeycomb. This version of Google's mobile OS is only supposed to be for tablets, it being released recently with the Motorola XOOM. This phone, on the other hand, is giant, but it's not quite tablet sized. This phone instead is much closer to the upcoming HTC ThunderBolt or the recently released HTC Inspire 4G - it's like they're all made by the same manufacturer!

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DROID Incredible 4G LTE Review

DROID Incredible 4G LTE Review

This week we've gotten the chance to take a peek at the next in a line of rather popular conservatively sized powerhouses from HTC, this time called the DROID Incredible 4G LTE. We've had a look at the Incredible 2 as well as the original DROID Incredible, now it's time to decide if this HTC One-era device is up to the task of bringing the DROID brand name back up to snuff. As Verizon has no other HTC One device, with T-Mobile and AT&T getting the prizes this time around from that manufacturer, it might be high time Big Red gets its own taste of the Sense (4.0, as seen in this hands-on with the HTC One S) we've been using for weeks.

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