If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to our RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! Wow! This took a whole lot longer than I expected to come up with but it’s now in its final stages that I can start posting the earlier parts for your reading pleasure and hopefully serve as a [...]
So yesterday’s on-screen slider fix brought with it another problem, just like the fix before that as reported by some users.
This time around, it rendered the Video Call button unusable as seen from the screenshot on your right. Clicking this would actually bring up the Call History page instead.
I didn’t realize this when I [...]
If you are using a Touch HD, these are 2 files you’ll want to download and install at the earliest possible time.
The first improves on the on-screen slider for answering calls. For me, using the on-screen slider was not an option, no matter how nice it looks. I had to rely on the hard [...]
Otherwise, you’re better off using plain ol’ GPS.
I learnt this the hard way yesterday when I decided to take the Touch HD out for a navigational spin. Having TomTom all set up and running, I wanted to see if the lag issue (which will be discussed in another article) was as bas as some [...]
Yeah, I no longer have the HTC Touch HD with me but that’s a temporary situation right now because I’ve sent it over to the guys at ZAGG to apply an Invisible Shield. It’s a military-grade clear plastic that is wrapped around the device to protect it from scratches. Just how good is the protection? [...]
Sorry it took so long. A slow computer, a busy work week couple with lack of experience with video editing all played a part in getting this unboxing video of the HTC Touch HD out. But now that it’s up on YouTube, fire away with your comments and tests you would like to see being [...]
Thanks for all your suggestions!
While browsing through the web earlier today for more user experiences on the 3 devices, I came across this useful hack for HTC Touch HD owners. What it does is provide you with 4 more camera modes that you do not get with the stock ROM.
To activate these 4 modes requires some simple registry hacks [...]
If you had to choose between these 3 devices, which would you choose?
That’s the question I am asking myself as I ponder which model would replace my over 2 year old ETEN Glofiish X500. The SonyEricsson XPERIA X1 was going to be my device of choice because it supported T-Mobile’s AWS 3G bands [...]
Well now you can have one. Thanks to msmobiles.com who picked this up. The review’s in German but there are tons of photos for you ogle over look at. But for those of you who want the gist of the review, msmobiles.com has done one up for you:
at last a smartphone that eclipses the iPhone [...]
Yes folks, it’s a sad, sad day for Americans who were looking to snag a Touch HD. Never mind that the Touch HD was going to be launched next month in Europe. It would just be a matter of time before HTC made a localized version with native 3G bands for them. Apparently that was [...]
And it sure is impressive. This short 48 second video will show you just why some of us can’t wait to get our hands on it:
Like we need more reasons to tell us why the Touch HD will be the best mobile device to come. Now if only HTC could bring it to market quicker [...]
HTC just announced some really hot new devices but there were no news on it’s prices; until now. Thankfully, Windows Mobile Italy has given us what we’ve all been waiting for. I hope you’ve been saving up because they’ll be setting you back by a bit:
HTC Touch HD: €849/$1,200 USD*
HTC Touch Viva: €279/$390 USD*
Earlier this week, I told you about a new phone from HTC, the Touch HD, which features an immense screen, TouchFlo 3D and a host of other fantastic features. Well, if those specs and pictures were not enough to wet your appetite, then check out this video. It is entirely in French, so most of [...]
This one looks pretty cool though there’s not much info about it save for:
Qualcomm 7201A processor @ 528MHz
512MB ROM / 288MB RAM
So we have something that combines the Touch Pro’s specs with that of the XPERIA X1’s resolution. No keyboard so expect it to be thin. Do we have a winner? Let the pictures [...]