HTC Desire C Unveiled Featuring 3.5-Inch Display, Beats Audio, 5-Megapixel Camera And NFC Support
Having already made the rounds under the guise of HTC Golf and Wildfire C, HTC has today confirmed the launch of the Desire C, a budget Android smartphone that features Beats audio, Ice Cream Sandwich and NFC support. The 3.5-inch smartphone is powered by a 600MHz Snapdragon S1 processor and boasts an HVGA display, Bluetooth 4.0, 5-megapixel camera, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage and a 1230 mAh battery.
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Galaxy S III SGH-T999V Sighted On Samsung Canada’s Support Page, Coming To WIND And Mobilicity?
Recently Samsung Canada put up a generic support page for a phone with model number SGH-T959V, which coincides with the Galaxy S III variant that T-Mobile is expected to get. Considering the linear iteration over the years (SGH-T959, SGH-T989, SGH-T999) it’s all but certain that this model number, which has been spied a few times, will be a non-LTE variant of the Galaxy S III.

Google Reportedly Planning Stable Of Nexus Devices With Android 5.0, Will Sell 'em Direct
The Wall Street Journal is reporting on quite the bombshell today, noting that Google is about to cause its carrier partners in the States all sorts of grief -- indirectly, of course. Just weeks after placing its heralded Galaxy Nexus on sale for $399 unlocked, the report states that said move is only the beginning of a new initiative. Likely to be formally revealed at Google I/O, the mega-corp is planning to partner with a variety of OEMs (rather than just one at a time) in order to have up to five Pure Google (read: Nexus) devices available at once.

Twilio Calling: Cloud Telephony Startup Adds An Android SDK, Now Works On 75% Of All Smartphones
Cloud-based telephony API startup Twilio has made significant inroads into VoIP and other carrier services like SMS by launching products that work on the web and in iOS apps, supporting 90,000 registered developer accounts in the process. Today it’s widening that net considerably with the launch of a new Android client, the first SDK from the company to work on Google’s platform. And it hints that Windows Phone may be next in line.