I have a very wired "Too Many Redirects" error being reported on an HTC mobile phone. My site is simple, using a javascript <script type="text/javascript"> if (screen.width <= 800) { window.location = "http://mobile.anssecurity.com"; } </script> The script works fine on iphone and blackberry. The ecript also works fine with HTC phone when the phone is connected via WIFI. However when the HTC device is connected via 3G it reports error "Too Mnay Redirects". (I've test on two different networks). Does anyone have any ideas? p.s. I tried a number of redirect methods (inclusing a PHP 301 header readirect).

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Apple has, of late at least, oft been accused of following rather than leading when it comes to smartphone innovation. Perhaps the launch of the iPhone 5s with the somewhat controversial fingerprint scanner has changed that, just a little bit. HTC, the powerhouse in the Android smartphone hardware market, has announced the latest addition to the fleet: the [HTC One Max](http://www.htc.com). And guess what? Yep, it comes complete with a fingerprint scanner built in. ![c2321737888a0c64a7e0ab719881847e](/attachments/small/0/c2321737888a0c64a7e0ab719881847e.jpg "align-right") OK, the similarities to the iPhone 5s pretty much start and end there. Not least you only have to take a look at the …

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For the last two years a transition has been apparent between the various mobile phone carriers in the United States. On one end, AT&T and Verizon have seem extreme growth, together covering nearly 2/3rds of the current market share. On the other, Sprint & T-Mobile have been begging for growth, and stand as a far cry to the immense growth the two larger carriers have seen. As a result, stagnation has become apparent in both T-Mobile and Sprint, but has been much more visible for the latter as the company, unlike T-Mobile, is publically owned and traded. However, that's about …

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I'm interested in the HTC One. It is reported to have a 'hard to damage' polycarbonate case and seems to have great user reviews. My issue is with AT&T selling this phone for $549.00 without contract (* $199.00 with a 2 Year - which I do not want!*) when it appears to be the same as the HTC Google Nexus One phone which is selling online for much less. After a little research I found the HTC One and the Google Nexus both came out at the same time in 2010. Google was selling this phone direct to customers for …

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I'm planning to buy a smartphone soon my current phone is Nokia E51 and I like [LIST=1] [*]htc desire s [*]htc mozart 7 [*]iphone 4 [*]nokia c7 [/LIST] My primary need are [LIST=1] [*]basic phone functions [*]video chat using wifi or mobile internet (not 3g) [*]music [*]making apps (to get familiar with app market etc) [*]good battery backup [*]phone reliabilty [*]ease of use [/LIST] thats all :) Thanks in advance

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hi, my name is saad. i will start working at my graduation project. we should do a windows mobile application. the project is a mobile application interacting with a web-site to help people avoid traffic jam. description:- we should develop a mobile application which will work on (HTC) windows mobile, the application should be used by a driver, the driver will connect to the web-site through the application and then the driver asks about a certain place and the web-site gives him a feedback about the traffic in this place he asked for, then the web-site asks the driver about …

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[ATTACH=right]14585[/ATTACH]Google took an interesting step this week when it [URL="http://googlenexusoneboard.blogspot.com/2010/04/update-on-nexus-one-partnerships.html"]announced on its Nexus One blog[/URL] that customers who want to use the Verizon network might be more interested in the [URL="http://phones.verizonwireless.com/htc/incredible/"]HTC Droid Incredible[/URL] instead of its own Nexus One. I've never hidden my disdain for the Google Nexus One strategy (as I wrote in [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/news/story250839.html"]Google's Boneheaded Retail Strategy[/URL]). I could never understand why Google, which worked so hard to build up its partner eco-system would then undermine its partners by producing its own branded phone. Further, I couldn't fathom why Google would ever want to get into the retail phone …

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May 5th should prove to be an interesting day for tech fans, as it would appear that both the much hyped Windows 7 operating system and the HTC Magic Android mobile phone will be launched to the waiting public. Neowin [URL="http://www.neowin.net/news/main/09/04/18/windows-7-rc-coming-to-msdntechnet-soon-public-may-5"]spotted[/URL] that a Microsoft Partners [URL="https://partner.microsoft.com/US/40084742"]web page[/URL] (now replaced with a bog standard information page) had been published which announced that Windows 7 Release Code would be released to the public on May 5th. OK, so we have sort of [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry4182.html"]been here before[/URL] with these so-called Microsoft leaks have we not? I prefer to think of them as viral press …

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