HTC pulls out of the US tablet market… for now

HTC’s last few Android tablets haven’t made much of a splash. The HTC Flyer 7 inch tablet was a nice piece of hardware with some unusual features including a digital pen, but it was overpriced and didn’t sell very well. And the HTC JetStream 10 inch tablet… well, like the rest of you, I don’t […]

HTC Flyer Honeycomb update begins rolling out in France

When the stylus-friendly HTC Flyer launched, there were a lot of raised eyebrows over the fact that it hit the streets running a modified Android Gingerbread rather than Honeycomb — like nearly every other tablet on the market. HTC wasn’t the only company that went this route, of course: Samsung’s 5-inch Galaxy Note arrived packing […]

Now you can install Honeycomb on the HTC Flyer (but maybe you shouldn’t yet)

HTC hasn’t officially released a software update for the HTC Flyer 7 inch tablet that will let you run Google Android 3.2 Honeycomb yet. But a few days ago Paul O’Brien posted a leaked Honeycomb ROM designed to run on the tablet. It took a few days, but xda-developers forum member Globatron managed to get […]

Google Android Honeycomb for the HTC Flyer (leak)

The HTC Flyer is a 7 inch tablet with a 1024 x 600 pixel display, a capacitive touch panel, and an optional digital pen for writing or drawing. It’s one of the best built 7 inch tablets on the market and it’s the first tablet to come with HTC Sense software running on top of […]

HTC Puccini tablet caught on camera surfing AT&T LTE

Since the HTC Puccini checked in at the FCC earlier this month, bits and pieces have been leaking out about the 10″ successor to the HTC Flyer. We’d heard it would ship with a 1.5GHz dual core processor, a 1280×800 pixel display, and Android 3.0.1. That, of course, would make it HTC’s first Honeycomb tablet.¬†On […]

HTC offers up source code for the HTC Flyer tablet

HTC has released the kernel source code for a number of Android devices including several of the company’s most recent smartphones and the HTC Flyer 7 inch Android tablet. The Google Android operating system is based on an open source Linux kernel, but not every bit of software that runs on top of that kernel […]