If you can overlook the cheap plastic design, the HTC Vivid delivers an all-around excellent user experience at a palatable price.
The Audiophiliac relishes the sound of Phiaton's uberclear, full-size headphones.
Beyond the uninspired plastic body, the HTC Vivid packs in a whole lot of premium features for just $200.
The KN55F9500 Real OLED TV includes a brace of features and promises vivid RGB color quality.
U.K.-based artist Luke Jerram has created beautiful pieces that draw on everything from data visualization to microbiology to radiometers. Crave presents a selection.
AT&T's handset is among the first smartphones in the United States to receive an Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade from Gingerbread.
An update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and HTC's Sense 4.0 skin will bring new life to the HTC Vivid on AT&T.
Apple's third acquisition of a mapping company has reportedly been confirmed. The buyout raises tantalizing questions about the possibility of a cartographic confection as delicious in its vividness as Apple voice-assistant Siri is snappy and sly in her query responses.
The HTC Vivid is a high-performing phone hiding in a decidedly more humble body than those to which HTC usually aspires.
The design falls short of HTC's usual sky-high standards in terms of build quality, but when it comes to the 8-megapixel camera, the name doesn't lie.