It’s been a busy day, but things keep getting more interesting. We know HTC has an amazing marketing campaign planned for the HTC One, but we finally have the first commercial  that HTC plans of releasing to the public. The ad features a fashion skydiving photo shoot in which a photography student uses the HTC One X [...]





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The 2012 baseball season is upon us. The opening game has been played in Tokyo already, but the rest of the league doesn’t begin until next week. That’s why we thought it appropriate to bring you our picks for some of the best baseball apps for Android. Whether you’re looking for news, scores, live streams of games, or fantasy apps, we’ve got you covered. Baseball season is a long one and therefore it’s much more important to keep up-to-date via your mobile device. 

Looking for a few good baseball apps? Here we go.

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The T-Mobile HTC Sensation 4G may not be getting its Android 4.0 update for another week or two, but that doesn’t mean Verizon’s HTC Rezound customers can’t find something to celebrate about. A Leaked image of Best Buy’s computer system shows Verizon is planning to release the Android 4.0 update for the HTC Rezound starting [...]





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Android CentralNext week is HTC One week in Europe, and over the past seven days we've seen more tantalizing details about HTC's new One X and One S smartphones. Stores in Germany, Austria and Switzerland are expected to carry HTC One phones from next Monday, April 2, with a wider European launch for the One X and One S slated for Thursday, April 5. It's one of the biggest Android launches of the year. We're excited, and we're sure you are, too, so be sure to keep watching for more HTC One goodness as the phones finally hit store shelves

Aside from shiny new toys, the steady trickle of Ice Cream Sandwich updates continued this week, with the O2 Galaxy S II and Vodafone HTC Sensation both receiving their updates. And original Galaxy S owners finally got their hands on the promised "value pack", which brings some ICS features to the current Gingerbread firmware.

Oh, and Samsung launched its very own "store within a store" at Phones4U in London. (Yo dawg, I heard you like stores.)

Check some highlights from past week's Android developments in Europe, Asia and beyond in the list below. And if you've got international news, you can tip us at the usual address.

 




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It’s been a busy day, but things keep getting more interesting. We know HTC has an amazing marketing campaign planned for the HTC One, but we finally have the first commercial  that HTC plans of releasing to the public. The ad features a fashion skydiving photo shoot in which a photography student uses the HTC One X [...]





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HTC has been traveling the globe, showing off the camera on the HTC One and now we’re getting a look at how the phone stacks up against the competition when it comes to its performance. The HTC One X was pitted against the Sony XPERIA S and Samsung Galaxy Nexus to see which device can shoot images [...]





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MOTOKEY SOCIAL

Motorola Mobility is continuing their Global device rollouts with the Motorola MOTOKEY SOCIAL now making its way to Chile.

We are committed to launching competitively priced cellular telephones with the features demanded by consumers who still do not have a smartphone, but need access to e-mail, create Wi-Fi hotspots to give internet access and social networks,” said Fernando Sanchez, general manager for Mobile Devices, Motorola Mobility Chile.

Motorola MOTOKEY SOCIAL comes with a 3-megapixel camera and support for a microSD card of up to 32 GB, high-speed USB 2.0 file transfer and support for multiple audio and image formats. The device also comes equipped with Bluetooth and stereo radio, as well as a 3.5 mm earphone jack for high quality audio.

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Temple Run for Android

Many folks waited a long time for Temple Run to come to Android only to find out their device either wasn't or supported or worse being that it couldn't run the game without constantly crashing. The latest update addresses all of those concerns by adding support for the Droid RAZR as well as the Droid Bionic and in addition to that also includes various bug fixes for the crashes some folks were experiencing. Download link is past the break for you all, give it a look if you had issues previously.

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The HTC One series launches in Europe next week, and HTC's pulling out all the stops in the marketing effort for its new smartphones — the One X, One S and One V. The new marketing strategy, dubbed "As Recommended By", sees HTC bringing fans and enthusiasts on-board to showcase leading features of their new phones.

The first commercial for the One X features amateur photographers Nick Jojola and Tony Mac, and challenges them to shoot what HTC describes as the "world's first freefall fashion shoot" using the phone. The results will be unveiled when the ad launches next Wednesday, April 4, but for the moment HTC's released a few photos showing how the whole thing went down.

As you'll recall from MWC, the One X's 8MP ImageSense camera is a widely-hyped feature, which aims to deliver much-improved image quality and faster capture speeds thanks to a dedicated image chip and RAW format support.

We've got a couple more pictures of HTC's skydiving antics, along with today's presser, after the break.

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Droid Incredible 4G

The "Droid Incredible 4G" name has appeared a few times over the past few months, suggesting the imminent arrival of a new entry in HTC and Big Red's Droid Incredible series. Back in February we even got our first look at what seems to be a Droid Incredible-like device with Verizon 4G LTE connectivity.

Today there's even more evidence to suggest that a new Dinc may be on the way. An Verizon internal document sent to us by a tipster references the HTC Droid Incredible 4G and its model number, ADR6410. There's also some slightly less interesting stuff about MAP (minimum advertised price) policy.

With the HTC One X and One S coming to Europe in the next week, a U.S. launch likely within the next month, it makes sense for Verizon to get its own next-gen HTC handset in the near future. Purported specs include a 1.2GHz dual-core CPU, 1GB of RAM and an 8MP shooter. Like the One S, the display is said to be AMOLED-based rather than SLCD2. On the software side, we'd expect to see Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and Sense 4.0.

Sounds a lot like a 4G LTE version of the HTC One S to us. Verizon people, be sure to drop by the comments and let us know if you're tempted.

Thanks, Anon!




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