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HTC ChaCha, Salsa hands-on (photos)

The Facebook phone is real, and there are two. Check out CNET's hands-on photos of the HTC ChaCha and HTC Salsa.

12 Images By Feb. 15, 2011


HTC Salsa and ChaCha shimmy onto Amazon with SIM-free prices

Amazon UK is taking pre-orders for the SIM-free versions of the HTC Salsa and ChaCha. Both will be out in June, for £320 and £250 respectively.

By May. 10, 2011


HTC ChaCha and Salsa Facebook phones set for 17 June UK release

UK retailer Expansys says it will start selling HTC's new ChaCha and Salsa Facebook phones in mid-June, although it has yet to list a price for either Android mobile.

By Feb. 24, 2011


HTC Salsa vs INQ Cloud Touch in Facebook phone face-off

We got our hands on the HTC Salsa, a good-looking mobile with a special Facebook button -- but it faces social-networking competition from the affordable INQ Cloud Touch.

By Feb. 15, 2011


HTC Salsa dips into Facebook with integrated updates, events and chat

Say ola, señors and señoritas, to the HTC Salsa! It's HTC's latest hot-blooded Latin lover, saying ándale ándale to Android. Arriba arriba!

2 Images By Feb. 14, 2011


A little Samba after your salsa

These beautiful dishwashers from Baumatic will brighten any kitchen with their orange, yellow, and red options.

By Aug. 18, 2008


HTC Salsa photo gallery shows off Facebook button, Legend-ary design

Facebook is leaping out of your browser and into your phone thanks to the HTC Salsa -- an Android smart phone with a special button for accessing the 'book. Check out our pictures right here.

7 Images By Feb. 15, 2011


Google's spicy Celia Cruz doodle

The Queen of Salsa would have been 88 years old today. Google celebrates with a colorful homage.

By Oct. 21, 2013


Little Ghostbuster gets a sweet Ecto-1 push car

Halloween is coming and one young boy in particular ain't afraid of no ghosts thanks to his parents' "Ghostbusters" costume creations.

By Oct. 29, 2013


Apple: Samsung patent case is not about Google

An Apple attorney says during opening arguments that it's targeting Samsung for litigation because it's Samsung that chose to put the infringing features in its devices, not Google.

By Apr. 1, 2014