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HTC Media Link HD Hands-on

HTC Media Link HD Hands-on

The hero series of HTC devices known as HTC One has its wireless partner up and running this week and we're taking a look at it first-hand: the HTC Media Link HD is here in all its glory. This dongle was described when the HTC One series was first announced all the way over in Barcelona and comes this week in as simple a form as expected - it's just a little black box. At the bottom end (below the HTC logo) you'll find a microUSB and a full-sized HDMI port, it's connections to your HTC One series phone entirely wireless.

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HTC One X official cases Hands-on

HTC One X official cases Hands-on

This week we're getting our hands on some official cases for the HTC One series, starting with the lovely orange/red case you see here. The cases we're getting to see for HTC's hero line of devices, starting here with the HTC One X for AT&T, are part of HTC's design philosophy with the HTC One series which is essentially: "let the beauty shine through." In fact we've gone so far as to call this first case "Peeking Beauty" on account of it's protection with a view - look about right to you?

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HTC One X arrives in Canada

HTC One X arrives in Canada

HTC's flagship One Series smartphone, the HTC One X, has gone on sale in Canada, with carrier Rogers Wireless offering the LTE version of the handset from today. Priced at CA$169.99 with a new, three year agreement, the One X has a 4.7-inch 720p HD display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor, and an 8-megapixel camera with Full HD video recording.

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HTC: You wanted thin phones so we shelved big battery plans

HTC: You wanted thin phones so we shelved big battery plans

HTC has blamed a buyer obsession with slimline handsets for its decision to prioritize slimline smartphones over longer-lasting but chubbier devices. Speaking at HTC's Frequencies conference in Seattle today, HTC VP of portfolio strategy Bjorn Kilburn cited research the company had conducted in 2011 which suggested users preferred more compact models rather than those made thicker to accommodate a bigger battery.

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HTC One X and S bring an international choice to the USA

HTC One X and S bring an international choice to the USA

There's no denying that reviews of the HTC One series have been extremely favorable thus far, not least of all because both the HTC One X and HTC One S have extremely forward-thinking chips inside them. Now that the USA is about to get a dose of both of these hero phones, it's the Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor that's squarely in the spotlight. With the HTC One X's international edition keeping the one NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor on a phone in the world, are we left with the Qualcomm build for the USA, or are we blessed with it?

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HTC One X available on AT&T May 6th for $199.99

HTC One X available on AT&T May 6th for $199.99

While the HTC One X has been available in the UK for the past couple of weeks, the wait is finally over for those in the United States. AT&T has officially announced that the handset will be available on their network on May 6th. The phone will cost $199.99 with a new two-year contract, and will connect to AT&T’s fledgling LTE network. Pre-orders begin on April 22nd.

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HTC One X gets OTA update fixing issues

HTC One X gets OTA update fixing issues

While the HTC One X has been met with high praise, it has a few niggling little issues that need addressing. HTC has begun rolling out an OTA software for the handset to fix them. The main issue that’s been addressed is battery life, and other problems such as instability and unresponsive on-screen menu items.

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Samsung Galaxy S III vs HTC One series: the future war

Samsung Galaxy S III vs HTC One series: the future war

This Summer's biggest decision for top-tier smartphone customers looking to switch up to the best of the best will be which of the two they'll be choosing: a member of the HTC One family or the inevitable Samsung Galaxy S III. At the moment there's a bit of a block in the way of deciding as the Galaxy S III has not yet been detailed, only having leaks and whispers of details released thus far. On the other hand, Samsung has released a massive amount of smartphones (and tablets) since the last hero in the Galaxy S II, and much is to be gleaned and used in a preview-sort of decision right now before the HTC One series is released in the USA as well.

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Instagram gets HTC One X support with Tegra 3 tweak

Instagram gets HTC One X support with Tegra 3 tweak

Instagram has updated its Android app to support the HTC One X, as well as making GPS tagging of photos on all devices more accurate. Released less than a week ago - but already notching up over 5m downloads - Instagram for Android has already seen several minor tweaks, but v1.0.4 addresses the biggest complaint among users: that high-profile new phones like the One X weren't supported thanks to a reported glitch with the Tegra 3 chipset.

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