HTC's Online Management and Remote Wipe Site Goes Live for Latest…

There is a catch, however: it looks like it's only available for the Desire HD and Desire Z phones, which should be going on sale any day now. I signed up for it and attempted to use it with my plain ol' Desire, but didn't have much luck. » 10/07/10 5:40am 10/07/10 5:40am

HTC Desire Is Coming To the U.S. This August

For all those of you who read Kat's glowing review of the U.K.-only HTC Desire and lamented the fact that you couldn't get your American paws on one, rejoice! The HTC Desire is coming to America starting this August through "select regional operators." More details to come, but rest assured, it'll have the 1GHz… » 6/16/10 11:40am 6/16/10 11:40am

Verizon's HTC Droid Incredible Priced at $200

Specs? Leaked. Carrier? The VZW. Release date? It's the 29th. The only remaining unknown for Verizon's Droid Incredible, a Snapdragon-powered Android 2.1 handset from HTC, was the price, which was today pegged at $200. Oh, and pre-orders start Monday. » 4/15/10 12:39pm 4/15/10 12:39pm

HTC Touch HD2 Review: A Tragedy

Let's just get this out of the way: in terms of hardware, the Touch HD2 is the nicest phone in the world. It's ostentatiously huge and amazingly slim; it's business-savvy and utterly pornographic. But hardware like this deserves better. UPDATED » 11/09/09 3:30pm 11/09/09 3:30pm

What HTC Means When They Talk About "Sense" On Windows Mobile

Sense for Windows Mobile isn't a full port of the Hero's interface for Android; it's a nebulous design philosophy, with "pillars" and a "vision." But don't worry! It—taking the form of TouchFlo 2.6 here—isn't as lame as it sounds. » 8/18/09 11:20am 8/18/09 11:20am

Motorola's Giving Android a Full Makeover, Just Like HTC and Sony

HTC kicked it off with Sense, and Sony wasn't far behind with Rachael. Now Motorola, with their upcoming "Blur" social-networking-centric Android interface, has confirmed the trend: plain vanilla Android is a thing of the past. » 8/07/09 1:15pm 8/07/09 1:15pm