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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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AT&T HTC One X benchmarked with amazing dual-core results

AT&T HTC One X benchmarked with amazing dual-core results

Today we're getting the opportunity to take a relatively early look at the AT&T version of the HTC One X with Quadrant benchmark results. With the release of the HTC One X, HTC opted for the NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor internationally and the Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor here for AT&T in the USA. This situation provides the perfect opportunity to compare the two next-generation System on Chip architectures from two of the biggest names in mobile processing: Qualcomm and NVIDIA. As you'll see here, Qualcomm may be bringing more of a battle than anyone may have expected from less than four cores.

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HTC One camera wows in real world Hands-on

HTC One camera wows in real world Hands-on

We've had a go at the HTC One X and the HTC One S, now it's time to let you in on the camera hardware and software involved in both of these marvelous machines. HTC has been adamant about how much time and effort they've put into the photo and video capturing elements of this Hero line of smartphones, and from what we've seen thus far, they've done quite an amazing job at it! Below we'll go through not only the interface in video form, but include several examples of both high definition video and photos galore.

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HTC One S shows Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 prowess

HTC One S shows Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 prowess

With the HTC One series being release this week comes the first time we're getting to see the brand new Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor, and with it the power and finesse we were promised starting late last year. What you're about to witness is how good the Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor really is - the video you're about to see showing the HTC One S (with the S4 inside) playing one game, then another, then another, each time keeping several apps open in the background. Will the device slow down or crash under the pressure?

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HTC One S Review

HTC One S Review

The HTC One S may slot into the midrange in the company's 2012 line-up, but HTC knows that it needs more than just average if it wants to reclaim its position in the smartphone segment. To do that, the One S delivers a slimline metal casing and ticks the big consumer draw elements of camera, screen and speed, with 8-megapixels, a crisp AMOLED display and 1.5GHz dual-core chipset brought out to play. Question is, does the One S deliver enough to distract from the heavyweight of the mainstream models, Apple's iPhone 4? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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HTC makes no Sense

HTC makes no Sense

You have to ask yourself whether HTC enjoys floundering. The company was doing so well, with an eye-catching range of appealing new devices that didn't feel like yesterday's hardware, along with the promise of a more proactive approach to software and services. Now it has dropped the bomb on HTCSense.com, its web-based hub for smartphones and tablets: after April 30, Sense online syncing of Contacts, Messages, Footprints and Call History will all be wiped out. There's "renovation" incoming, HTC claims, but it's hard to think of a much worse way that the company could've handled it.

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HTC and Beats Audio snatch up MOG music streaming service

HTC and Beats Audio snatch up MOG music streaming service

We've been hearing increasingly more reports that HTC was looking to acquire their own music streaming service to complete the package with Beats Audio, and to compete with others such as Spotify. After we reported that HTC was looking to buy MOG yesterday, sources are now confirming the deal has been concluded and Beats Audio has purchased MOG and their music streaming service.

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HTC opens Beats Audio to coax developers

HTC opens Beats Audio to coax developers

HTC is opening up the Beats Audio tech in its Android devices to third-party developers, among other exclusive features, in its ongoing attempt to court more coders onboard. The new Beats Audio API is part of the latest update to the HTC OpenSense SDK, and will be joined by an HTC MediaLink HD API for streaming video to the new wireless HDMI dongle.

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