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From Htcyou: HTC has been slowly shoving out their bootloader unlock tool ever since last week, and a few devices have already been proven to be able to use it. An update was made recently and is announced to support even more devices. More »


From Htcyou: HTC Desire users have to wait a bit longer on their Android 2.2 update process, according to the Twitter account of a PR spokesman for Orange. To be specific - Android 2.2 will be live to download on Desire units in about 4 weeks, probably at the end of August. More »


From Htcyou: An internal inventory screen capture of the HTC Desire for Telus Canada suggests that it will cost $79.99 with 3-year contract. By comparison, Telus’ other Android offerings are the Motorola Backflip at the same price and the Droid/Milestone for $149.99. More »


Telus has long be tipped to be the Canadian carrier for the HTC Desire, but it will not be called the “Triumph.” The Desire has HSPA 850/1900 bands and interestingly, will sport a Sony Super LCD instead of AMOLED. More »


5. More Android smartphones became official: Motorola’s Charm for T-Mobile, LG Optimus One and Chic for the UK. More »


Technology sure moves along at breakneck pace. I remember when I was just a wee lad and could barely achieve playable frame rates with Quake 2 on Windows ‘98. In 2010, advanced smartphones like the Android 2.1 HTC Desire and Samsung Galaxy S allow a 13-year-old landmark shooter to be played in the palm of one’s hand. More »


From Htcyou: Open to UK residents 18 years and over, Mobile Fun’s Love Your Mobile contest is giving away an unlocked HTC Desire worth £399.95. Entries will be accepted until July 5th. More »


From Htcyou: Canada’s biggest CDMA carrier, Telus is reportedly getting the HTC Desire, which the company has relabeled the “Triumph.” Telus’ countdown timer to a major June 8th (which is, incidentally, one day after Steve Jobs‘ expected iPhone 4G/HD keynote) “Unleashing” could very well be for what would be the nation’s best domestic Android 2.1 smartphone. More »


From Htcyou: HTC has confirmed that the Droid Incredible, Evo 4G, MyTouch Slide, and Desire are on the priority list to receive Android 2.2 updates, but none of them is getting the new OS until the second half of this year. Although HTC has not made a statement about 2009 models, the adverb that “most” 2010 units will get FroYo indicates to me that there is no chance for the likes of the G1, MyTouch 3G, and Droid Eris since not “all” 2010 smartphones will be upgraded. More »


From Htcyou: Mobile Syrup is reporting that Telus Canada has snagged the HTC Desire and has rebranded it as the Triumph. US Cellular is releasing the Desire in July, so the likelihood of a similar Canadian launch is high. More »


From Htcyou: Combining revenue for the first four months of 2010, Android pioneer HTC has raked in $1.76 billion (NT $55.71 billion), up almost 30% from the same time last year. Immense hits like the Desire and the Legend in Europe and the Droid Incredible in the States - and even the HD2 - have contributed to HTC’s record setting April. More »


From Htcyou: The Nexus One for Europe, as I tend to think of the HTC Desire, is landing on US Cellular in July, but it is being packed with an 8Gb microSD card instead of the 16Gb of some other markets. More »


From Htcyou: Apple’s damning copyright infringement lawsuit against HTC has had no effect on its daily operations. While Apple is no stranger to litigation, regularly defending itself from lawsuits, this is the first time that a major American corporation has lodged legal complaints at HTC. Nevertheless, the Taiwanese company has not slowed down; on the contrary, it is busy launching benchmark Android 2.1 smartphones in Europe (Desire, Legend) and prepping American releases (Evo 4G, Incredible). More »


From Htcyou: Photographic evidence from MoDaCo informs us that the new HTC Legend and Desire smartphones have been rooted. Although few will want to tinker too much with HTC’s Sense UI and Android 2.1, having root access enables programmers to add and/or remove some elements to their liking, thus tuning their smartphones into fully customized machines. More »


From Htcyou: Fresh rumors have AT&T; landing the coveted HTC Desire, and Sprint getting the Legend, which would be rebadged as the Hero 2. More »


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