Most of us have probably already heard that Microsoft is planning to change the status quo by introducing major changes to its familiar Windows UI in Windows 8, this includes removing the traditional start button and bar. In the light of this move, Google also seems to be changing the way it thinks with its newest version of Google Chrome OS. The upcoming version does away with the one-window browser system, in favor of a brand new interface that it is called Aura. As you can see from the screenshot, it looks quite a bit like Windows 7.
AT&T is reportedly having plans to launch both the HTC One Mini and One Max.
With one hand, they receive. With another hand, they don’t give away. Instead, that other hand is being used to cash in on an opportunity. Over in San Francisco, there is the Google I/O Android development conference and attendees were lucky enough to receive a special edition HTC Magic smartphone that is being dubbed the […]