Bad news comes in threes for HTC this week

Once a rising star, HTC continues to lose lustre as it not only faces increased competition from Apple and Samsung, but also due to alleged patent infringements and limitations on future products. With three issues at once, this may be the worst week in HTC’s history.

MobileTechRoundup podcast 261: iPad 3 and MWC

Join Matt and Kevin for a recap of the phones from MWC and thoughts on the next iPad. OnLive Desktop comes to Android while MeeGo gets a great update. Matt also gives the Nike+ Fuelband a try; how well does it work?

Android this week: New phones, plus Windows on Android

Mobile World Congress took place this week, and aside from a few Microsoft-related announcements, the show was all about Android. We saw new phones from all but Samsung, with many slated for Android 4.0. OnLive Desktop launched for Android, bringing Windows to tablets and smartphones.

T-Mobile launching HTC One S with Android 4.0

Amid flagging sales, HTC announced its HTC One line of phones at the Mobile World Congress. T-Mobile is a premier launch partner for the HTC One S, which arrives this spring in the U.S. with Android 4.0, Sense 4.0 and a super-fast camera with f/2.0 aperture.