Price Error: HTC Flyer Android tablet is not $99 from Best Buy

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The webOS tablet got slashed down to $99 across the board and people were scrambling to get their hands on one. Now, it seems that the same thing is happening to the HTC Flyer Android tablet, because it’s showing up as a mere $99 on the Best Buy website.

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Microsoft, HTC and Orange lend brand new phones to customers

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Whenever you decide it’s time for a new phone, whether because it’s not working or you want the latest and fastest, there are likely some basic things you do. For example, you might do a ton of research on various phones before settling for a specific one. Then you might talk to the customer service reps at the mall to see what else they can tell you. While that’s all fine and dandy and will help you in your quest, Microsoft, HTC and Orange are trying something a little different in Poland.

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“Amaze”-ing HTC Ruby with 1.5GHz dual core Snapdragon bound for Telus

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Yes, the HTC Ruby might have a somewhat effeminate name, but that shouldn’t deter the dudes from considering this powerful Android smartphone. For starters, it rocks a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor.

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Largest smartphone ever? HTC Titan with 4.7-inch LCD and Mango

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One way to set off Windows Phone 7.5 Mango with a bang is to release the largest smartphone that your company has ever produced. That seems to be the strategy being taken with HTC, because here is the HTC Titan. It is indeed the largest smartphone from the Taiwanese company ever, boasting a godly (see what I did there?) 4.7-inch WVGA 480×800 pixel display.

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RIM accidentally shows off HTC phone in Torch release party vid

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In BlackBerry’s latest promotional video, the company accidentally showed off clips of their event guests sending messages on what looks like an HTC Incredible 2 — an Android phone. The company quickly pulled the video, but not before Phandroid.com managed to download it to YouTube.

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