Noah K. tackles the biggest tech rumors of this week! HTC launching two Windows Phone Mango phones on Sept. 1st? AT&T Roadmap full of Gingerbreads and Mangos? HTC Honeycomb tablet caught in the wild? iPhone Coming to Sprint É AND T-Mobile?
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Our own Killian Bell is headed to London on September 1st for HTC's big party. Looks like two new Windows Phone Mango devices will be the guests of honor.
A leaked document said to be AT&T's device roadmap for the rest of 2011 shows a bushel of Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone devices lined up for release in the United States. Ooh, leaked roadmaps!
Photos of the HTC Puccini (aka Jetstream) surfaced this week along with some more details about the upcoming tablet. With a 10.1" display, support for AT&T's LTE network, and a dual-core processor, HTC's first 10" tablet looks like a heavyweight contender.
Is Apple's smartphone finally coming to the other two major US carriers?