The One Max is the company's latest product and a super-sized addition to HTC's aluminum-clad smartphone family.
Beyond the 5.9-inch display and fingerprint sensor, the biggest difference in the One Max is the removable back. Somehow, the company was able to keep the all-metal body but allow users to pry off the back, allowing for the addition of a micro-SD card for expanded memory. Unfortunately, users still aren't able to swap out the battery, which remains sealed up.
The lack of a removable battery represents one of the biggest blown opportunities for the HTC One Max.… Read more
This week on Crave, we count down to our death with the Tikker wristwatch, go online shopping for sunglasses with a 3D avatar, and play with our new Steve Jobs action figure. All that, and some telescopes firing lasers into space, on this week's Crave show. … Read more
Know just about any person -- or cat -- who has some sort of impact on the Web? That soul could score a free HP Chromebook courtesy of Google.
As of Tuesday, a new promotion designed to push Chromebooks asks you to nominate someone you think helps make the Web an "amazing" place. The rules of the contest seem pretty loosey-goosey. The categories include "tech savior," "cryptic updater," "snap-happy parent," "computer hog," "link spreader," and "selfie fanatic." You can even nominate yourself.