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‘QuadRooter’ vulnerabilities put 900m Android users at risk researchers say

‘QuadRooter’ vulnerabilities put 900m Android users at risk researchers say

A research team at Check Point has detailed a new set of Android vulnerabilities that could potentially leave as many as 900 million users exposed to security threats. More specifically, the set of four vulnerabilities - dubbed "QuadRooter" by Check Point - is found within Qualcomm chips, which becomes a major problem when you realize that Qualcomm chips are used in 65% of Android devices.

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HTC 10 detailed: video “confirms” all before official unveiling

HTC 10 detailed: video “confirms” all before official unveiling

It's now under a day before the HTC 10 is revealed, complete with what we expect will be an iconic build and new software to boot. This device will be the second big-name release of the year, coming in right beside the surprise home run in the HTC Vive, a virtual reality headset that runs with Valve's SteamVR. The handset may not have as epic a set of VR tendencies itself, but the details in the release are vital to the image HTC will be projecting from here on out. A video leaked today seems to show the future.

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HTC 10: new images leak just before April 12 unveiling

HTC 10: new images leak just before April 12 unveiling

Tuesday, April 12th, is all but guaranteed to HTC announce its new Android flagship, the HTC 10 (dropping the "M" from the previous generation M9). While the device has already been leaked before today, along with a number of teaser images from HTC itself, two new photos have surfaced from Dutch site GSM Helpdesk, giving us the clearest look at the smartphone so far.

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Every HTC One 10 leak so far

Every HTC One 10 leak so far

Today we're having a peek at not just the latest HTC One (or HTC One M10, or HTC 10) leak, but the full collection from the past several weeks. The latest addition to this collection is a supposed device-in-hand photo with a "HTC 10" listing at the top of an AnTuTu Benchmark app. In this app, its' shown that the HTC 10 is right up at the top of the pack, ahead of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and the Xiaomi MI 5 by a significant margin.

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HTC One M10 event revealed: release imminent

HTC One M10 event revealed: release imminent

This morning invitations for the next HTC One smartphone event have been sent out - and it's an interesting proposition. We're expecting the smartphone known as HTC One M10. That'd be the next phone after the first HTC One - originally just called HTC One, later re-named HTC One M7, then the M8, then the M9. Now it's time for the next device. This event will, believe it or not, be taking place online only.

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HTC One M10 first impressions photos leaked with details

HTC One M10 first impressions photos leaked with details

A set of images have leaked with top, bottom, front, and backside glimpses of the HTC One M10, a smartphone destined to be revealed in full soon. This device's "prototype" specifications, as Steve Hemmerstoffer calls them, include a lovely 5.15-inch display with QHD resolution - that's also known as 2K, or 1440 x 2560 pixels, the same as the LG G5 and the Galaxy S7. Also inside you'll find a Snapdragon 820 processor and 4GB of RAM.

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HTC One M10 teased: needs for battle vs Galaxy S7 and LG G5

HTC One M10 teased: needs for battle vs Galaxy S7 and LG G5

This morning the folks at HTC revealed a piece of the puzzle that is the HTC One M10. This device may end up being called the HTC One 10, or One M10, or just One again - we're not entirely sure at the moment. What is sure is HTC's aim, that is to drum up as much excitement for the release of the smartphone as possible, well before its release. Of course. They're going to need it. There's a real uphill battle waiting for them when they arrive.

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HTC One M10 release details pack a familiar set of specs (and a watch)

HTC One M10 release details pack a familiar set of specs (and a watch)

HTC is tipped to be bringing their next-generation smartphone to an event outside of Mobile World Congress 2016, instead opting for a stand-alone event not unlike that of the HTC One M8. It's almost as if HTC decides where to reveal their flagship device each year depending on the weather. Here once again they'll probably show off something in Barcelona (MWC), but will bring another bit of heat just a week or two later. Last year they were at MWC with their M9, but the year before that they were in NYC.

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HTC One M10 details and release dates begin to flow

HTC One M10 details and release dates begin to flow

This morning a key detail in the 2016 release of HTC's next flagship was revealed. The code-name for the product was tipped: HTC Perfume. We're to understand that it'll smell like success. Not literally, of course - it'll probably smell like aluminum. What's possible with this device is a new look at the HTC flagship line, released with another predictable name (HTC One M10) but a whole new body. And Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, of course, and a whole new updated version of HTC Sense.

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Vivo X6 and Plus released, both join the HTC/iPhone lookalike club

Vivo X6 and Plus released, both join the HTC/iPhone lookalike club

This week the folks at Vivo have decided to reveal a set of device by the name of Vivo X6 and Vivo X6 Plus. These devices should look fairly familiar to you. They have a set of details that will remind you instantly of either an HTC One or an iPhone, depending on what you're more familiar with. They might even remind you of a Samsung Galaxy S6. They've all joined a family of machines that come from a single design philosophy - one where the front of the phone is white or black and covered with glass while the back is metal or glass and has two two antenna bands.

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Sprint wants to charge you $700 for a $500 HTC One A9

Sprint wants to charge you $700 for a $500 HTC One A9

Sometimes carriers mark smartphones up from their standard, manufacturer price. Sometimes this amount of money is negligible - like AT&T's $20 over the standard $499 HTC will charge for the HTC One A9. But Sprint's not feeling like offering the device at HTC's current price - nor the lower price of $399 the device is currently at on promo. Instead, Sprint is charging users $696 for the HTC One A9. That's $197 more than HTC will charge AFTER their promo is done - or $297 more than HTC's current price for the same device.*

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Android Marshmallow hits HTC One M8 GPE before M9

Android Marshmallow hits HTC One M8 GPE before M9

The first of a collection of Marshmallow updates for HTC One Android devices has been released. This first update - beyond the HTC One A9 - goes to the HTC One M8 Google Play Edition. This goes as expected, as the software on the smartphone is about as close to stock Android as a Nexus smartphone. This is also the last Google Play Edition smartphone HTC created with the company - unless you count the Nexus 9, which we don't. That wouldn't even be fair at all.

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