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HTC M4 to be mini-One not Facebook-free First rumors claim

HTC M4 to be mini-One not Facebook-free First rumors claim

HTC put its faith in the One to restore its position in high-end smartphones; now, leaks suggest, the company may be sticking closely to the same pattern with the HTC M4 for the midrange. Expected to be visually near-identical to the HTC One, according to phoneArena's sources, the M4 (a codename, of course; the One was codenamed HTC M7) is expected to have a 4.3-inch 720p display and an UltraPixel camera.

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HTC First vs HTC M4: should you wait to drop Facebook Home?

HTC First vs HTC M4: should you wait to drop Facebook Home?

There are two HTC smartphones headed to the market in the next few weeks, the First of which is called the HTC First - fully equipped with Facebook Home for you social networking fanatics. The other is one that's not been fully recognized is an iteration of the HTC experience with nearly the same specifications of the HTC First, this time called the HTC M4 - aka the HTC e1. The thing is, though, that the HTC e1 is already on the market in China, while the HTC M4 (code name similar to the HTC One's "M7") might never reach the public.

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HTC M4 tipped as HTC First minus Home plus UltraPixel camera

HTC M4 tipped as HTC First minus Home plus UltraPixel camera

If you've got a hankering for an HTC One with a smaller display size and a body like the HTC first, but without so much Facebook onboard, you might be in luck! This week the HTC M4 has been tipped, a similar code-name onboard to the HTC One (which was code-named M7) complete with specifications that suggest it's a slightly different delivery of the HTC First without Facebook Home - Sense instead!

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HTC M7 revealed by Peter Chou, M4 and G2 detailed

HTC M7 revealed by Peter Chou, M4 and G2 detailed

It would appear that HTC has sprung a bit of a leak ahead of their February 19th event that'll likely play host to the devices we've seen today, including first and foremost the HTC M7! While the details surrounding the M7 are still largely unknown, a video has surfaced of none other than HTC's CEO Peter Chou showing the device off to a crowd of users at the HTC Year-End Party in Taipei, going on to help the party chant "M7! M7! M7!" while he takes photos with the smartphone itself.

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Broadcom unveils BCM43341 chip with NFC, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and FM

Broadcom unveils BCM43341 chip with NFC, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and FM

Broadcom has unveiled a new chip solution that will be on display at CES next month that the company claims to be the industry's first quad-combo solution. The chip supports four different wireless technologies in one small package. The manufacturer says the new quad-combo chip will enable a range of new applications for simplified device pairing and mobile retail payments.

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HP ENVY m4 and Sleekbook 14 and 15 ultraportables revealed

HP ENVY m4 and Sleekbook 14 and 15 ultraportables revealed

HP has outed a new range of lightweight notbeooks, kicking off with the metal-clad HP ENVY m4 thin-and-light, and including the Sleekbook 14 and 15 for the mainstream. The ENVY m4 slots a choice of Intel Core i3/i5 processors inside its aluminum casing, paired with up to 8GB of RAM and a 1,366 x 768 display; HP tells us we can expect up to eight hours.

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Dell Precision M4700 and M6700 mobile workstations bring brute force

Dell Precision M4700 and M6700 mobile workstations bring brute force

Dell has outed a range of new Precision mobile workstations, billed as the world's most powerful and yet delivering all-day battery life and slotting into the 17-inch segment which Apple recently abandoned. The new Dell Precision M4700 and M6700 pack 15- and 17-inch displays respectively and use Intel Core i5, i7 and Extreme Edition processors paired with a choice of NVIDIA Quadro K-series and AMD FirePro graphics. Down the line there'll be optional multitouch, too.

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CM4 iPhone Q Card Cases keep you in cash

CM4 iPhone Q Card Cases keep you in cash

For those of you not quite into the idea of working wirelessly with your online money, there's always the option to stick with cash, and CM4 supports that with this fabulous new iPhone case. Though we may very well see NFC popping up with the iPhone 5 later this year, the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S will benefit right here and now from the cards and cash you already carry with the Q Card Case - available in several lovely colors!

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Broadcom unveils BCM43142, first 40nm WiFi and Bluetooth combo chip in the industry

Broadcom unveils BCM43142, first 40nm WiFi and Bluetooth combo chip in the industry

Broadcom has announced an industry first at Computex. The announcement is of the first 40nm WiFi and Bluetooth combo chip. The chip is called the BCM43142 InConcert combo chip. It is aimed at the notebook and netbook market where the reduced size and power consumption are of the most benefit. Smaller size means that the machines can potentially be made smaller and less power consumption leads to longer battery life.

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