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HTC overcomes supply issues, will double HTC One production capacity this month
After months of supply issues and courtroom wrangling, HTC might have finally put its hardware woes behind it. The company's North Asian president, Jack Tong, let slip that production capacity for the HTC One will double this month and continue to increase in June to meet "strong demand." Tong also casually dropped into conversation that the J Butterfly saw its own sales double in Japan when it became free on contract -- so perhaps those second-qu...
Samsung's Galaxy S 4 to hit 10 million in sales next week, says CEO JK Shin
According to co-CEO JK Shin, Samsung's Galaxy S 4 will soon hit the 10 million mark in sales, less than a month after its debut. That beats the Galaxy S III's time to that mark by nearly three weeks, making it far and away the company's quickest seller, ever. The model will also get another push thanks to a stock Android 4.2 version that'll be available for $649 at Google Play on June 26th, but so far it's an impressive figure, considering its biz...
Fitbit now syncs to Galaxy S 4, broader Android device support is coming
The state of Fitbit wireless syncing is far from ideal for Android users, but the company's latest step is proof that it's slowly getting better. Today, Fitbit updated its Android app to bring wireless syncing to the Galaxy S 4, which follows a previous update for the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II. According to Fitbit's blog, its difficulty in supporting more devices stems from software differences on various Android smartphones, which causes tr...
Windows Phone shipments overtake BlackBerry in Q1
Android, iOS still dominate smartphone OS market, accounting for 92.3% of volumes, according to IDC.
Hands on with Hangouts, Google’s new text and video chat architecture
XMPP support remains for clients, but federation with Jabber is out.
Tim Cook says US-made Mac will be new model in an existing family
When Apple's Tim Cook revealed that his company would once more assemble a Mac line in the US, there was a flood of questions almost immediately: which model? Where would it be made? While the CEO isn't revealing all his cards quite yet, he just gave us a better sense of those domestic production plans through a Politico interview. The American Mac will be a new iteration of an existing family, Cook says. It also won't just be a collection of part...