Droid Daily 5/16/13: HTC One Google Edition, Gmail, T-Mobile and More


Archos 80 Xenon Tablet Announced

Today, Archos announced the 80 Xenon tablet which has a quad-core processor with Android 4.1 – Jelly Bean on board and also has 3G capabilities. It'll be selling for $199 and it has a 1024×768 IPS display. So not the best looking display but still pretty good.

Deutsche Telekom Can still Sell T-Mobile USA Shares



Thanks to a loophole, T-Mobile USA's parent company, Deutsche Telekom can still sell T-Mobile USA shares before the lock-in period begins.

Verizon HTC One?


We all know you want a HTC One on Verizon right? Well here's a new HTC device that has received Wi-Fi certification and it looks like it should be on Verizon as well.


HTC Says No to HTC One Google Edition


Yesterday, Google shocked most of us by announcing a Galaxy S4 Google Edition at Google I/O. There was also a tweet that surfaced after the announcement that we might see a Google Edition HTC One. But that turns out to be false.

HTC Backup for HTC One



HTC has released a backup app on the Play Store that works on the HTC One only. It allows you to backup over 150 different settings including your entire home screen, blinkfeed, Sense TV, Social networking accounts and so much more. You can grab it from the Play Store now.

Quick Action Buttons hit Gmail


Today, Google rolled out some quick action buttons to the Gmail on the web. You can now RSVP to events as well which is pretty convenient.