Where to Get That $80 HTC Flyer Stylus for Free

Honestly, I'm surprised HTC has the audacity to price a flippin' stylus at $80 in the first place. Even if it can sketch and do all sorts of magical tricks like make sandwiches. Unfortunately the free-stylus offer is only available at Best Buy, where it'll cost you $500 for the Flyer tablet and stylus. [Best Buy via … » 7/05/11 8:00am 7/05/11 8:00am

HTC Flyer Tablet Priced at $980 by UK Retailer

UK retailer The Carphone Warehouse has given the HTC Flyer tablet a pre-order price of £600, which converts neatly to $980. Quite a lot of pennies, even if that is for the 3G and Wi-Fi version. The price for the Wi-Fi only model hasn't been announced yet, but if it's not equal or lower than the comparable iPad 2… » 4/11/11 7:25am 4/11/11 7:25am

HTC Flyer Tablet Shows Up On Amazon For a Maybe Not Insane $730

What to make of the 32GB HTC Flyer? It's a 7-inch tablet, which we're inherently skeptical about, but it's one that we actually really enjoyed using. And at the listed Amazon.de price of 669 Euro ($730), it's going to be cost-competitive with the current-generation 32GB iPad. And will be even cheaper if they can get a… » 2/16/11 8:28am 2/16/11 8:28am

Rumor: HTC Flyer Tablet Launching March, Resembling Large Desire…

According to the always-rumormongering, often-incorrect Taiwanese publication Digitimes, HTC's got three tablets for the first half of 2011, with the first launching in the US in March. It'll be called the Flyer allegedly, and will resemble the Desire phone—plus run Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), as we heard before. The… » 1/20/11 6:20am 1/20/11 6:20am

Verizon's BlackBerry Storm Private Pre-Sale Has No Storms

Oops. You know that pre-sale flyer » 11/18/08 7:26am 11/18/08 7:26am that was doing the rounds to Verizon "VIPs", the one with the BlackBerry Storm on the left hand side? Turns out that if you, a VIP, turn up at a store with that very flyer you'll not be able to buy a Storm ahead of its launch. You won't, in fact, be able to touch one to see what…

Biggest Flyer In the World Makes Everyone Look Like Ants

This is the view from the biggest flyer in the world, a 492-foot diameter monster located in Singapore, 16 feet bigger than the Star of Nanchang, China, and 98 feet more than the London Eye (which I'm looking at right now, after moving into the city this weekend.) The capsules' interior look straight out of 2001: A… » 6/03/08 11:40am 6/03/08 11:40am