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HTC backing out of US tablet market

HTC backing out of US tablet market

The tablet market has been fierce recently. The battle between Google, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and of course Apple has been making it more difficult for other manufacturers to gain traction with tablets of their own. HTC, specifically, has been having a hard time, which is why they've announced they're intention to back out of the tablet game.

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Is HTC finally making Sense?

Is HTC finally making Sense?

After its annus horribilis of 2011, HTC's year is looking considerably better. A solid reception to the One series and a potentially key deal to be the face of Windows Phone 8 - seized right under Nokia's nose, no less - is the dressing around hardware that is finally compelling: attractive, competitively priced, not embarrassed in specifications. Now, with the HTC One X+, there are signs that HTC is addressing its last big blot on the score-sheet: cloud services.

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HTC One X+ official: We go hands-on!

HTC One X+ official: We go hands-on!

It's six months since HTC launched the One X, one of its best smartphones in years, and with the HTC One X+ the company hopes it can polish its flagship back to the top of the list. Outwardly identical to the One X, albeit with a new matte black case and red detailing, the One X+ makes its changes on the inside, upgrading the processor to a 1.7GHz quadcore NVIDIA Tegra 3 AP37 and massaging the smartphone's guts to accommodate a larger, 2,100 mAh battery. We caught up with HTC for some pre-announcement playtime.

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HTC Endeavour C2 points to potential One X refresh

HTC Endeavour C2 points to potential One X refresh

Last week we heard word that an improved version of the HTC One X was heading to T-Mobile USA, returning to the NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor from Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 chip and pairing it with Jelly Bean. Now word comes from Stuff.tv that HTC is planning something similar with the international version of the device, with the updated model codenamed “Endeavour C2.” The HTC One X originally carried the Endeavour codename, with details of this new device suggesting it will be a small refresh of the popular handset.

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HTC’s Precipice Moment

HTC’s Precipice Moment

Seldom has the smartphone divide looked so broad. HTC's financial results for the last quarter, revealed earlier today, puts the company in with struggling Nokia and RIM, an ocean away from the cash-stacked Apple and Samsung. Having already posted one appalling quarter this year, HTC missed market expectations and posted another year-on-year slump in profit, as the One Series failed to set consumers alight in the way the company had hoped.

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PlayStation Mobile teams with HTC for mobile gaming greatness

PlayStation Mobile teams with HTC for mobile gaming greatness

This week Sony is bringing some gaming heat with no less than an announcement of attack on the mobile landscape, starting with the HTC One X. This announcement has Sony changing the name of their PlayStation Suite to PlayStation Mobile and making it clear that not only will HTC be their first third-party hardware partner, they'll be working with other Android and Windows Phone groups as well.

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HTC makes its case for “bring your own device” business clients

HTC makes its case for “bring your own device” business clients

Despite coming in second overall in total smartphone sales, iOS is crushing Android in the business world. HTC doesn't intend to let the status quo stand, and has created a new marketing website advocating its Android smartphones for "bring your own device" (BYOD) use for corporate clients. HTCpro outlines the features on the manufacturer's phone, with a particular eye towards security and business solutions.

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Pebble smartwatch reaches $9m: adds Bluetooth 4.0

Pebble smartwatch reaches $9m: adds Bluetooth 4.0

The Pebble smartwatch that hit Kickstarter under a month ago continues to suck in money from contributors across the world. The total has passed the $9 million mark, and before the backing has even finished, the company behind the watch has said that it will be making a last minute addition to the watch: Bluetooth 4.0 support. That’s good news, as the 4.0 standard brings with it lower power requirements.

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