Hands on: HTC One M8

Adam Turner The sleek HTC One M8 ticks a lot of boxes for Android lovers, especially if you favour elegance over brash style.


HTC One (M8) debuts in race against Samsung

The new HTC One is demonstrated, Tuesday, March 25, 2014 in New York. HTC is updating its flagship HTC One smartphone by giving it a larger screen, better software and a camera that's easier to use. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

Anick Jesdanun HTC has updated its flagship HTC One smartphone by giving it a larger screen, better software and more camera features.


HTC One mini review: a mighty performance

HTC One Mini.

Katie Cincotta They've cut the size of the HTC One, made it $288 cheaper, but the mini is no shrinking violet.


HTC One max review: so big it's almost a tablet


Pete Pachal The HTC One max's enormous screen, fingerprint scanner and new software improves on the experience of the HTC One.


HTC One Mini smartphone announced


Salvador Rodriguez HTC has unveiled the HTC One Mini, a slightly smaller version of its flagship smartphone.

HTC unveils Desire X at IFA

The Desire X.

HTC has announced a new edition to their Desire line of smartphones at consumer electronics show IFA in Berlin, Germany, which opens to the public Friday.

HTC unveils two Windows phones


Sinead Carew HTC has unveiled two smartphone models running Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 software slated for release in November.

Smartphone battle: iPhone 5 v HTC One XL


Katie Cincotta The choice between the iPhone 5 and its HTC rival comes down to personal preferences in our one-on-one match-up.

HTC launches smartphone to take on Samsung

Paul Sandle Taiwan's HTC has unveiled the new smartphone that it hopes will help it to make up ground lost to Samsung.


Fast lap with the HTC One


Katie Cincotta The teaming of HTC One and McLaren's new driver is not without serendipity.


HTC One a standout


Rich Jaroslovsky For now, the HTC One is the state of the art in Android phones.

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Telstra unveils 4G HTC One XL smartphone for Australians


Ben Grubb Australians will soon be able to get their hands on the fourth 4G smartphone to hit the Australian market, the HTC One XL.

Telstra's HTC One XL - latest shot in the 4G war

Adam Turner LTE versions of Samsung and HTC's flagship smartphones to be unveiled this week.


Samsung Galaxy S5 review: less about the gimmicks

NEW: The Samsung Galaxy S 5 launches worldwide tomorrow.

Anick Jesdanun There's a lot to like about Samsung's new Galaxy S5 smartphone - among them, its relative lack of features.


Samsung Galaxy S5: hands-on review

Attendees inspect Galaxy S5 smartphones on display during a Samsung Electronics Co. news conference on the opening day of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, on Monday, Feb. 24, 2014. Top telecommunication managers will rub shoulders in Barcelona this week at the Mobile World Congress, Monday, Feb. 24 - 27, a traditional venue for showcasing the latest products for dealmaking. Photographer: Angel Navarette/Bloomberg

Liam Tung Samsung went for minor tweaks and new sensors over a design overhaul for its new flagship smartphone, but will it pay off?

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Nokia Lumia 1520 Windows Phone review: size for the sake of it

Nokia Lumia 1520

John Davidson By the time you read this, I might already be dead. I’m on a 30-Day Nokia Challenge, and it’s killing me.

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Android sales to pass 1 billion in 2014


Paul Sandle The number of Android smartphones and tablets shipped will break the 1 billion barrier this year, according to Gartner.


Windows RT - dead in the water?

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer

Adam Turner Microsoft's iPad killer has failed to win over gadget shoppers and PC makers.

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BlackBerry's tough pitch to find a buyer


Christopher Williams, Katherine Rushton Before Thorsten Heins, the chief executive of BlackBerry, introduced its new smartphone software, BB10, alongside new handsets in January, he warned rivals not to underestimate his company.

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Android handsets caught cheating on benchmarks

Samsung Galaxy S4 at Sydney launch event.

Adam Turner Following in the footsteps of graphics cards, Android handset makers have been caught tweaking their devices to boost benchmark results.

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