This week in Android a report surfaced that showed Android besting iOS in mobile ad revenue. We also saw that the Nexus 9 is not getting updates first, and that Samsung is using Sony camera sensors in the S6 and S6 Edge.
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HTC announced it is taking its design skills to the virtual world with the HTC Vive. In partnership with Valve, HTC will be launching a VR headset advertised as the most immersive ever.
HTC promised timely updates to the latest Android operating system and it continues to deliver.
The new Google Nexus 9 is made by HTC and the two official accessories have some cool HTC design elements, but at a rather high price.
T-Mobile continues its aggressive march on competing carriers by launching the first cellular Google Nexus 9 and offering low cost unlimited data, voice, and text business plans.
Google surprised many people with a six inch Nexus at a $650 starting price, but the promise of wireless carrier subsidies and payment plans appeared to be a viable strategy.
HTC kicked off a weekly deals promotion last week with the Nexus 9. Make sure to visit the HTC site at 9:00 am Pacific for the big One M8 deal.
The MoTR guys had more time with mobile devices over the past couple of weeks, including the new Nexus tablet, new phones, wearables, and more.
BT has joined with EE and HTC to launch a service that can pinpoint the source of 999 calls from mobile phones, 4,000 times more accurately than current systems.
Google is launching a Nexus tablet at a premium price. Thankfully, HTC's premium design is part of the package.
Kevin visited with Google to get some hands on the new Nexus products while Matt went to T-Mobile and bought a new phone that he likes better than his iPhone 6 Plus at the moment.
In one of our longest podcasts ever, Kevin and I covered a huge number of new mobile devices. We are excited about current and future products in the mobile space.
The big news in the world of Android this week disclosed that Samsung's smartwatch will arrive soon, HTC is returning to the tablet segment, and the Galaxy Note 4 will hit the market end of October.
The Taiwanese phone giant has suffered in recent years, due to poor sales and hemorrhaging key talent. Now, HTC wants to brush itself off and get ahead again.
HTC is doing something that no other manufacturer has yet done by getting the exact same phone on all major US wireless carriers running two different mobile operating systems.
I tested the new HTC One (M8) and Samsung Galaxy S5, but couldn't bring myself to buy either from my local T-Mobile store. Based upon many recommendations, I bought another device -- and quickly discovered eight additional benefits.
References to HTC in an Android changelog have fuelled rumours it is making a new Nexus device. But will it be a tablet or phone?
I was a bit cool about the new HTC One (M8), but after another week with the T-Mobile US version it's now likely I will pick one up on 11 April when it launches on T-Mobile.
The Mobile World Congress had a lot of shiny goodies, and they triggered a trip down memory lane. Most people don't remember that years ago HTC brought us the first large phone and the first Windows hybrid computer.
HTC's KitKit and Sense 5.5 update for all major US carrier models is now past certification and approved. T-Mobile's OTA update hit yesterday and I am loving the experience so far.
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