Don't feel blindsided—Google surprised us all with its new Nexus devices, but its tablet is chock full of powerful, next-gen features.
If you can live with the substandard camera, the Desire 816 offers a lot of screen for less money
In a one-on-one Greenbot interview, HTC's VP of Product Planning tells us "50 percent smartphones and 50 percent other connected devices" might be in the roadmap.
Compared to other mid-range phones, HTC's offering brings nothing to the table.
These aren't Android devices—they're camera devices.
“It ended up just not being ready,” a company executive said.
We have our first, solid look at what could be Google's next tablet.
It looks like HTC is making another version of its flagship phone, but this time with a better camera.
Members of HTC's 'Elevate' community can get the latest and greatest before everybody else.
The company is moving beyond phones and making a play for the active camera market.