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At $10.95 the Amzer Snap On case gives great value for money. Made out of strong polycarbonate plastic it provides strong and durable protection in a wide array of funky colours. The Amzer Snap On case will protect your HTC One from hard hits without the added bulk and weight of most modern cases.
The Amzer ShatterProof screen protectors are built to withstand. Made from super thin urethane, Amzer ShatterProof will keep your screen crystal clear and scratch-free. For just $29.95 you get great value for money; a virtually indestructable screen protector that will withstand the tests of time.
No more tangled cables! This handy car charger features a fully retractable charge cable. The convenient Rapid Retract Button fully retracts entire length of cable when pressed, so there’s no more messy cables when not in use and it’s perfect for storage and travel. Its compact size and ergonomic design makes you want to charge all of your Micro USB devices in the your car. This really is the ideal car charger for your HTC One!
Looking for a great vehicle mount? The Amzer Suction Cup Vehicle Mount is the way to go. It can be mounted on your windscreen, dash or console to make handsfree driving an ease. It allows for 360 degree rotation and both of its arms can pivot 180 degrees. At just $24.95 it’s a steal!
Amzer Tether Styli with 3.5 mm Black Headset Jack Lanyard makes it super easy to text, type, scroll and draw. The sturdy rubber tip works great with your HTC One’s capacitive touch display, delivering precise control in an effortless motion. With the Tether Stuli Pen pesky fingerprint smudges are a thing of the past. This clever little stylus attaches directly to your device’s 3.5mm audio port so it’s right where you want it and ready for action! At $5.95 it’s a steal!
Those Android lovers out there waiting for Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie may be in for disappointment next month when Google will supposedly unveil Android 4.3 that is set to continue under the Jelly Bean name.
Despite delays, the HTC One made it to the market before its main competitor, the Samsung Galaxy S4, and has been speculated to be one of the biggest Android smart phones for the year, but the main question is what will it cost off contract?
Facebook Messenger for iOS has gotten a lot of attention after Facebook revealed VoIP calling on the platform and subsequently gave iOS users in the US, Canada as well as the UK a taste, well, now Android users too can get a taste of Facebook’s free calling.
Online retail giant, Amazon, seems to be preparing the expansion for its apparently popular Appstore for Android with plans of the application crossing plenty of borders soon as the company tries to expand its already great reach.
BlackBerry has been struggling for quite a few years now thanks to the likes of iOS and Android powered smart phones taking away its reign in the smart phone market, but the company formerly known as RIM seems to have been dealt another blow after a survey showed that the brand is quite disliked.
The upcoming version of the Google Play Store for Google Android devices has shown up again, version 4.0 of the Play Store is set to bring forth a new design to make the store easier to navigate.
The HTC First has barely been announced and it’s already making headlines again, it seems the supposed ‘Facebook phone’ is a midrange dream as it turns out the device is actually the harbinger of stock Android to those who love HTC, but hate Sense.
Facebook’s mystery event unveiled quite a bit. Facebook today introduced Facebook Home to the world, calling it ” a new way to turn your Android phone into a great, living, social phone.”
Facebook has been up to quite a bit in recent times; first they announced graph search, then their redesigned news feed, then they brought VoIP calling to iOS, but one thing Facebook has pledged for the year to come is their focus on mobile this year.