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HTC Working on Flyer 2 Android Tablet With Jelly Bean
It would appear that Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich will be coming to the HTC Flyer in Q1.
The Honeycomb update for the U.S. 3G and Wi-Fi only models has begun to roll out.
Sprint to Begin Honeycomb Roll-Out for HTC EVO View 4G Tablet
The HTC Flyer Honeycomb update has begun to roll out.
HTC Eyeing New Tablets, Emerging Markets for Phones
The HTC Flyer has arrived on T-Mobile and it will cost $300 with a new two year contract.
The price of the HTC Flyer will be dropping down to the low price of $299 starting tomorrow.
After Amazon's Kindle Fire announcement, price cuts on Android tablets have begun.
Hulu Plus has arrived for nine new devices including the HTC Flyer and Motorola Droid Bionic.
The bootloader unlock tool for the HTC Flyer has arrived over on HTCDev.com
Now that Android 3.2 Honeycomb is appearing for many slates--Android 3.2 is said to bring Honeycomb to the 7-inch form factor--and HTC's launching its Sense UI on the HTC Jetstream 4G 10-inch tablet for AT&T in the U.S., the company may be looking to upgrade its 7-inch ...
These a la carte 3G/4G plans are only available for the Evo View, but Sprint will add more devices in the future (presumably tablets, hotspots, and notebooks).
Patently Apple digs up a crazy Apple patent on inductive charging, while WiTricity shows off an iMac that can power its keyboard and mouse wirelesslyl
Perhaps responding to user outcry at the costly price of the HTC Scribe, an optional accessory priced at a whopping $80, Best Buy is now bundling the Android 2.3 Flyer tablet with the pen
Between packing up the HTC Flyer for return and unwrapping a Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 for review, I found myself with FIVE slates at my fingertips.
My time with the HTC Flyer has come to an end, and my extended live and un-live review goes with it. It's not a perfect device by any means, but overall I found it quite good, and I see many ways it could be truly great.
Sharing video taken from the HTC Flyer is all well and good, but I'd be remiss if I didn't share video of the device as well. In this InkShow, I run through the special pen features of the Flyer.
I have, as I hope my ongoing review has conveyed, enjoyed my time with the HTC Flyer immensely. But of course, no device is perfect, and the Flyer has not been without its flaws.
During my live review of the HTC Flyer, mobility and portability were vital to getting my job done. Would the Flyer be up for it? I say "yes" with caveats.
I had a couple of hours or so to kill yesterday so I thought I'd hop over to the local Best Buy and go hands on with the HTC Flyer.
A model of the Flyer was seen going through the FCC with GSM and T-Mobile-compatible 3G bands
With front- and rear-mounted cameras, the HTC Flyer begs to be used for capturing and sharing video. As luck would have it, that's exactly what I was tasked to do for work this past week.
The HTC Flyer is getting a small software update over the air that is said to improve system performance, though HTC was not specific to the improvements.
As an ink blogger, the feature I've been most enthusiastic about testing on the HTC Flyer is ink. The Flyer is designed for pen input in a way unlike other pen tablets before it.
Part one in an ongoing review of the HTC Flyer, the 7" Android tablet with a focus on pen input.
Choose your own adventure infographic helps you pick a tablet with a bit of humor.
Sprint's WiMax enabled HTC Flyer, the HTC EVO View 4G tablet, will apparently be hitting shelves on June 24th.
DC Comics is relaunching their entire line with same-day digital and print release. See how to get them on iOS, Android, and the Web.
Can't wait until May 22nd to get your hands on the HTC Flyer? Well, if you waltz into a Best Buy store right now you can probably get one.
Best Buy's 7-inch Wi-Fi HTC Flyer tablet will be arriving on shelves starting this Sunday, May 22nd.
Chris Davies of SlashGear has an HTC Flyer in his hands and has put up a video that demonstrates the Inking functionality for that device.
In addition to opening up the HTC Sense experience to third-party developers, HTC will also be allowing developers to tap into its active digitizer pen for the HTC EVO View 4G and the HTC Flyer tablet, the first Android tablet to come pre-bundled with a pen for notes an...
Adam had delivered the unfortunate news that the HTC Flyer Android tablet digital pen will be retailing for $80 at Best Buy yesterday and HTC has confirmed that its tablets that are being sold at Best Buy will be shipping without the pen