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HTC Hima in detail: before the fact

HTC Hima in detail: before the fact

The HTC One M8 was a direct descendant of the HTC One M7. Before that, there was the HTC One S and the HTC One X. Before that, there was a whole mess of phones released by the manufacturer with a lot less cohesive a plan than HTC is working with today. Today we've got codename "HTC Hima" to look forward to. What follows are specifications for the 2015 HTC flagship, along with sensible reasons for each specification affirmation. This is what we'll more than likely see on March 1st, 2015.

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HTC One X+ KitKat update unofficial, Android updates are over

HTC One X+ KitKat update unofficial, Android updates are over

According to the UK office of HTC, the more powerful of the two USA-based HTC One X devices will no longer be receiving Android updates of any kind. This is the HTC One X+, a device which works with an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor, one available from AT&T, one which will not be seeing KitKat. This comes after a short rumor period in which it was affirmed that HTC’s One X+ would be getting this update - now HTC confirms that this is not true.

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HTC One X+ Android 4.2.2 software update leaked: BlinkFeed and Zoe aboard

HTC One X+ Android 4.2.2 software update leaked: BlinkFeed and Zoe aboard

It would appear that HTC isn't going to keep a selection of key software features from its 2013 HTC One lineup here in the present if one (unofficial) software leak for the HTC One X+ has anything to say about it. Though Engadget's chat with HTC suggests that this software update is not one sent by HTC on purpose, it does exist. And the possibility that HTC could send out something rather similar officially, rather soon, is very real.

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PSA: Why doesn’t Facebook Home work on my smartphone?

PSA: Why doesn’t Facebook Home work on my smartphone?

Today is the day Facebook Home is released for Android devices, and though it may seem possible to download the app for your smartphone or tablet, it won't necessarily be in full working order this afternoon. Why would that be - you might ask? Because Facebook's launch of Facebook Home is limited to just five devices - and one of them was just released to the market today.

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Facebook Home delivered to Google Play – available for Android now

Facebook Home delivered to Google Play – available for Android now

If you've got one of the few smartphones compatible with Facebook Home (the app) here at the launch, you're in luck! It's out now, available for download from the Google Play app store and it's completely free. Devices that can download and use Facebook Home right this minute include the Samsung Galaxy S III, Samsung Galaxy Note II, HTC One X, and HTC One X+ (everyone else is currently out of luck.)

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Lenovo straight up steals HTC One aesthetics for two leaked phones

Lenovo straight up steals HTC One aesthetics for two leaked phones

The devices you're about to see are being tipped as coming from Lenovo some time inside the 2013 Summer season, and if you'll look closely, you'll see how they've essentially lifted the styles of the HTC One X and the HTC One S top to bottom. Though HTC has moved past those devices with the more simply titled HTC One, you'll see first and fore most that the HTC One X has had its styling looked after on both the front and back of this code-named Lenovo S920. This device is also tipped as coming with many of the same specifications as the Lenovo K900, this time with a bit more affordability attached.

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HTC One X Jelly Bean update: step by step

HTC One X Jelly Bean update: step by step

When you get a software update to an Android device such as the HTC One X, tapping forth to your next-generation operating system can be extremely simple. If you're one of the many proud owners of the original HTC One X being carried by AT&T, you're in luck - this update has gone live this week. With the update to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, you'll be getting several benefits of Google's nearly-newest OS features.

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SlashGear 101: this week’s Facebook News Feed redesign

SlashGear 101: this week’s Facebook News Feed redesign

The changes that are coming to your Facebook News Feed are numerous - but they're not going to interrupt the way you do business on a daily basis. Instead you're going to find the features added this week by the Facebook crew to be just that - Features: helpful and (hopefully) rather intuitive to use. For those of you working with the mobile app version of Facebook on either iOS or Android, this change-over will be extra simple: it is, at its core, a bridge between the mobile and desktop experience.

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HTC One vs HTC One X vs One X+

HTC One vs HTC One X vs One X+

Today the HTC One was introduced to the public, complete with a total overhaul of what it means to bring an HTC device to the market - but is it all that different from the HTC One X released last year? And what about the HTC One X+? Here in the first quarter of 2013 we've got an HTC battle on out hands - and it's really, really pretty!

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