Looks like there are more smartphone-loving vampires than we first thought.
You might still be getting your thumbs around that Q10, or the waiting for that BlackBerry 10.
After a series of rumors about the HTC First not selling too well in the States, we've now heard that the customized Facebook / Android handset won't be coming to the UK.
If you've ever sighed in frustration at not being able to leap straight from discovering a song to playing it ad-nauseum on Spotify or Rdio, here's a heads-up.
MediaFire says its cloud storage service now has 30 million users, but it seems that only a minority of those have installed the Android or iOS interfaces -- the former has seen less than 500,000 downloads, for example.
While taking a look around HTC China's online store after the Desire 600 (aka Desire 606w in China) announcement, we also stumbled upon this Desire 608t that was first outed by TENAA in late April.
Jack Dorsey's little card reader that could TM has made its first journey beyond continental North America, and is now available in Japan.
It didn't take long for HTC to go official with the Desire 600.
HTC's Desire line of mid-range Android smartphones have typically used the alphabet to denote different models, but the company is now switching to numerals.
Come next month, NTT DoCoMo users won't be the only ones to benefit from a water-resistant version of the Optimus G.