No KitKat Action Coming to HTC’s One X and One X+

HTC's told owners of its old (in phone years) models the HTC One X and One X+ that they won't be getting any more big OS updates, telling owners that their phones "will not receive further Android updates & will remain on the current version of Android." If you want the new stuff, buy a new phone. Harsh. [Twitter via Techradar] Read More >>

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HTC One X+ Review: Basically the Same Awesome Phone

We've said before that the HTC One X is one of the best Android Phones you can buy. The One X + ups the phone's already impressive specs with a 1.7 Ghz quad-core Tegra 3 processor. And HTC's clearly heard customers whining about battery life, because the Plus packs a 2,100 mAh battery. Can HTC's new heater fight the good fight against the likes of Samsung's hot rod Galaxy SIII? Read More >>

The HTC One X Gets Fed a Taste of Jelly Bean From Today

Got an HTC One X? Time to sink your teeth into some Jelly Bean-shaped goodness, as Android 4.1's rolling out for you today. Let's hope Jelly Bean's just as buttery-smooth with HTC's Sense 4+ overlay on top. Check for updates folks. [Android Central] Read More >>

Got an HTC One X or One S? Jelly Bean and Sense 4+ Update Hitting this November

HTC might just have rolled out a new flagship in the beastly One X+, but rest assured, if you've got the still-stellar original One X or slightly more pocketable One S, you'll be on the Jelly Bean/Sense 4+ train very soon. The update will hit around November, just in time for Christmas, if you haven't already rooted, of course. Read More >>

HTC’s New One X+ Gets Snapped With a Beastly 1.7GHz Quad-Core Chip

If you were in any doubt that HTC had a spritely spec bump coming the way of the One X, O2's just put that to bed. Here's a brochure that tells you everything you need to know. 64GB of storage; an 8MP shooter; a 1.7GHz quad-core chip, and Jelly Bean. Not a bad internal upgrade, let's just hope it comes with a beefier battery too. [GSM Arena] Read More >>

How the iPhone 5 Stacks Up to the Competition

The new iPhone is finally here. Yes, people would line up to buy it even if it was made of bottle-caps and dog-poo, but it isn't. It's predictably a very good phone. How good? Let's see how it compares to the top competition. Read More >>

HTC One X After 4 Months: Weird Batteries and Wimpy Gorillas

We've been using the One X for three solid months, and this is a truly awesome phone. But we've got a few gripes: Read More >>

HTC One X Sales Multiplied by Two Million (Updated)

Despite some weird hardware problems, a rather dubious battery life and the looming threat of Samsung's imminent Galaxy S III, quite a lot of people have opted to lock themslevs into using HTC's quad-core One X phone for the next year or two. Read More >>

A Cheap Folding Bike Is Your Commuter’s-Best-Friend Deal of the Day

In 2012, we are truly living in the ‘foldaway age’ – almost everything around us can be folded up and stored safely, whether it be ironing boards, beds, dead spies, or even bicycles. Yes – imagine! Read More >>

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What the Hell Is This Guy Wearing?

Is it a comically-large miner's lamp? An homage to the Red Hot Chili Peppers? And why is he falling out of a plane? To show you how well this phone's camera takes pictures, obviously. Read More >>

HTC One S Benchmarked, Qualcomm Beats Nvidia in Smartphone Power War

Just when we though the HTC One X was the next phone for us (and the rest of the world), power tests of HTC's slightly smaller HTC One S arrive and throw our upgrade plans into crisis. Read More >>

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HTC One X Lightning Review: Champion Performance, Cup-Winning Camera, Mid-Table Battery

HTC's quad-core flagship phone for 2012 launches this week, bringing Nvidia's Tegra 3 chipset to mobiles and promising a leaner, meaner version of HTC's Sense user interface. Plus Google's "Ice Cream Sandwich" is onboard as the OS. It would appear to have everything. Read More >>

HTC’s Beastly One X Will Set You Back the Best Part of £500

Those hankering after HTC’s new incoming flagship, the awesome looking One X, will be pleased to know it costs less than an iPhone -- just £480 off-network and free on two-year contracts. Read More >>

The HTC One X Will Land In Britain on the 5th of April

Looking to get your mitts on HTC’s latest and greatest? You haven’t got long to wait. We should see the One X on the mean streets of the UK on the 5th of April, according to O2. Read More >>

A Nintendo 3DS With Mario For Under £130 Is Your Sony PS-What? Deal of the Day

Down at our local Handheld Console Society (meets every other week, Wednesday evenings, in the community centre) all the talk of late has been of the new, exciting PS Vita. This is WRONG. Read More >>