HTC's Sense Android skin and features might soon be available on many more Android phones. The company seems to be planning to launch the Sense Home 8 app to everyone on the Google Play store.
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After launching its Vive VR headset for consumers in April, priced at $799, HTC has now unveiled the Vive Business Edition, saying that it will "lead [the] virtual reality enterprise sector".
Microsoft unveiled major plans at Computex earlier today. The company is opening up its Windows Holographic platform, which powers HoloLens and wants it to be adopted by OEMs like HTC and Oculus.
If you were looking forward to the release of HTC's rumored wearable, you might be in for a bit of bad news, as it has been postponed until fall. A specific reason for the delay was not offered.
HTC is expected to launch the One M9+ Prime Camera Edition in India soon, but the company's eStore has already listed the device along with its price and hardware specifications.
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HTC has launched its Snapdragon 820-powered flagship, 10, alongside the premium mid-range smartphone, One X9 and two entry-level Desire devices at an event in India today.
After being removed from the Google Store almost a month ago, HTC has officially ended production of the Google Nexus 9 tablet. It will still be sold on HTC's website while supplies last.
A recent update to the Oculus Rift blocked a piece of software named Revive. Now, Revive has received an update which restores its functionality, while also making VR piracy way easier.
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If you were one of the brave few using the Revive workaround for the HTC Vive, it looks like the fun has come to an end, as a new Oculus software update has killed the workaround.
The next big Android update is fast approaching - and that means questions will be raised over which devices will be eligible to upgrade. HTC announced three handsets today that will get Android N.
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HTC has confirmed that beginning tomorrow, Android Marshmallow will begin rolling out to to the AT&T models of the HTC One M8 and One M9. The Android version was not specified.
HTC says it lost $148 million last quarter - its fourth quarterly loss in a row - but even more troubling is the massive collapse in its revenue, which plummeted by 64% year-over-year.
After a series of sub-par handsets, HTC has produced its latest Android range-topper, the 10. But does the device have what it takes to be a success, or has HTC delivered another forgettable flagship?
Last year, the HTC One A9 was HTC's first step toward redemption from a long line of struggling devices. The HTC 10 aims to improve upon that. Let's find out if it actually did.
HTC says it's started shipping the 10 in the US - but there's some ambiguity over its availability in the UK, where Amazon now says it will be released 12 days later than previously expected.
HTC has announced the newest member of its mid-range device family, the Desire 830. Announced for Taiwan, the devices sits on the upper mid-tier, like its predecessor, the Desire 820 did.
Three UK and Amazon have both said that pre-orders for the HTC 10 will begin shipping this Friday, May 6 - but Carphone Warehouse says its deliveries won't begin for another '10-13 days'.
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Google has delisted its made in 2014 Nexus tablet, the HTC Nexus 9, from its online stores across the world and will only be selling the Pixel C tablet wherever it was previously available.
According to sources, HTC is building two Android N devices for Google's Nexus program. The Nexus devices, dubbed S1 and M1, could become HTC's tipping point in regaining needed marketshare.
HTC has just revealed the new One S9 with a design reminiscent of the One A9 and One M9 before it. The smartphone features front-facing BoomSound speakers, which were absent on the One A9.
The HTC 10 is shaping up to be one of the best Android phones on the market. With that in mind, it seemed fitting to compare it with one of the best phones on the market, Apple's iPhone 6s Plus.
This is our camera shootout between the HTC 10 and the Microsoft Lumia 950. HTC has made a lot of improvements in the 10's camera. Let's find out if it has the chops to go up against the best.
Between first impressions and a full review, there are second impressions. These are the second impressions of HTC's latest in its One series of flagship handsets, the HTC 10.
Two days ago, HTC announced its latest flagship, the 10. We couldn't wait to get our hands on one. Here is our unboxing and first impressions of the latest device from the struggling manufacturer.
It seems HTC isn't planning to bring the top of the line variant of its 10 smartphone to all markets across the globe, as local product pages are displaying a Lifestyle variant of the device.
After formally announcing the HTC 10 earlier today, the firm sent out emails to its 'loyal customers' offering a coupon code that would get the customer $100 off of the price of the device.
As HTC launched its new flagship phone 10 earlier today, the device will only be available in the US on Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile, leaving out the company's longtime partner, AT&T.
After numerous leaks and lots of speculation, HTC finally unveiled its brand new flagship phone, the HTC 10. There's not much new that wasn't already leaked but the device is still an impressive one.
The HTC 10 is one of the best-known, unannounced flagships around, because of numerous leaks. And now the final piece of the puzzle leaked online, the HTC 10's official unveiling video.
Next week, HTC will be launching its newest flagship smartphone but a photographer testing the device has already leaked one of its features, which the company probably didn't intend to disclose.
In its latest teaser for the '10', HTC says it's "obsessed with providing you with the best ever smartphone for shooting photos and videos", as it continues to raise expectations for its new flagship.
BoomSound has been one of the alluring parts of HTC's handset line in recent years. Today, HTC has teased "the new boom" for its upcoming handset, the 10.
HTC has officially announced the date that they plan to make their next big product announcement, likely for the HTC 10. The event will be online-only, allowing for all to attend.
Buying a One M9 smartphone and Nexus 9 tablet from HTC would usually set you back $1,048 - but for today only, you can get both devices for $649, effectively giving you the tablet free with the phone.
Apparently HTC will be utilizing a Super LCD 5 screen for its upcoming HTC 10 flagship. The phone will also have a 3000mAh battery, which is more than enough juice to get through a day's work.
I bought into the Windows Phone platform in 2010, a few weeks following the official launch. But what's it been like being a user of a platform that has been, and continues to be, largely ignored?
Having upgraded many of its One M9 and One M8 handsets to Android 6.0 in recent weeks, HTC has now started rolling out its Marshmallow update for three more of its handsets in Europe and China.
HTC continues to tease its upcoming flagship smartphone by boasting "world class" cameras on the HTC 10. The company is known for making unconventional imaging choices in its smartphones.
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More images of HTC's yet to be announced flagship, believed to be the 10, have leaked. The photos are of an actual device, and show the Gold option that should be available at launch.
A leaked image reveals that HTC's new flagship - which is believed to be called the '10', rather than the 'One M10' - will be available in four color options, although two of them are very similar.
HTC has reportedly signed a three year exclusive deal with Google to make Nexus devices. According to the rumors, HTC will make two Nexus phones later this year, a 5" and 5.5" offering.
HTC has revealed that its Android 6.0 Marshmallow update has received technical approval for deployment to the One M8 on Verizon and T-Mobile, and its rollout will begin on Monday, March 7.
HTC will not be calling their upcoming flagship the 'One M10', it'll be known as the 'HTC 10'. With a new name, comes a new design which we can now see in a couple of leaked images.
The company's new flagship, expected to launch in the next few weeks, will reportedly be called the 'HTC 10' - but it seems there won't be a Windows 10 Mobile version of the high-end Android handset.