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HTCSense.com closes shop

HTCSense.com closes shop

This week the folks at HTC are letting their customers know that their own information retention service for mobile data, HTCSense.com, will be shutting down on the 30th of April. This service has been active with and for HTC customers for some time now and the actions which HTC customers must take to save their data are included below. HTC has given customers a bit over a month to download the data they've had on file with HTC at HTCSense.com, at which point the information will be deleted entirely.

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HTC One sample images show off ImageSense technology

HTC One sample images show off ImageSense technology

HTC is really taking it to the next level with its new HTC One series of smartphones unveiled at Mobile World Congress this past week. Beyond the powerful speed and performance of the next-gen lineup, the company has also introduced a new ImageSense technology that will bring advanced camera capabilities. To get a taste of what awaits you with the new cameras, take a look below at the sample images taken with an HTC One smartphone.

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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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HTC One X official

HTC One X official

HTC has taken the wraps off of the HTC One X, its new smartphone flagship, packing a Tegra 3 quadcore+1 processor, 4.7-inch 1280 x 720 Super-LCD display, and an 8-megapixel camera. Measuring in at a pocket-dominating 134.36 x 69.9 x 8.9 mm, with a polycarbonate chassis and microdrilled speaker holes, the One X runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich with HTC Sense 4.0 on top, with 1GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage.

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HTC promises Android 4.0 ICS updates early access preview tomorrow

HTC promises Android 4.0 ICS updates early access preview tomorrow

The folks at HTC have announced an "early access preview" of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich for two of its current hero devices: the Sensation and the Sensation XE. These Android smartphones will have a very limited release of the Ice Cream Sandwich update across Europe only as HTC prepares the update for worldwide availability. This preview will be released to only a few hundred users who will be encouraged to play with, enjoy, and get used to the ICS experience with HTC's own user interface Sense.

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HTC Endeavor leak spills Sense 4.0 secrets

HTC Endeavor leak spills Sense 4.0 secrets

Details on the HTC Endeavor have emerged this weekend, after a ROM for the Android smartphone - believed to be the same device as the HTC Edge - revealed it as a Tegra 3 powered 4.7-inch superphone with an 8-megapixel camera. The ROM was turned up at xda-developers, detailing Android 4.0.3 and Sense 4.0 along with NFC and Beats Audio; then HTC-Hub did some digging, pulling out screenshots of exactly what we have to expect from the newest iteration of HTC's UI.

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HTC Ville caught on video with Sense 4.0

HTC Ville caught on video with Sense 4.0

The HTC Ville has been caught on video ahead of its expected MWC 2012 debut, showing off both its slimline form-factor as well as a glimpse of HTC Sense 4.0. According to the Android 4.0 smartphone's hardware info page, it runs a 1.5GHz dualcore processor with 1GB of RAM and a 4.3-inch qHD touchscreen. There's also WiFi a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0 and an 8-megapixel main camera.

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HTC Sense 4.0 previewed: Streamlined UI, 50GB DropBox integration, more

HTC Sense 4.0 previewed: Streamlined UI, 50GB DropBox integration, more

HTC has already said it plans to focus on quality not quantity with its 2012 range, but it seems the company has some significant software changes in the pipeline too with HTC Sense 4.0. The Android reskin initially offered a far more usable interface than the native OS, but Google's successive iterations narrowed the gap and HTC failed to keep pace with its own services. Now, according to some preview playtime by Pocketnow, that's changing: gone is the unnecessary heft, replaced with a pared-down UI, better typography and improved apps such as email and DropBox integration.

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HTC: Quietly Blundering

HTC: Quietly Blundering

To say HTC is having a bad month is an understatement: share price ditching, outlook slashed and reeling from an embarrassing and unexpected defeat by Apple in the patent courts. The company that once led the smartphone segment has found its "Quietly Brilliant" message struggling to be heard above the crowd. The potential collapse of the S3 Graphics deal is just the latest stage of the company's ebbing momentum, though it can't blame the USITC entirely for investors' loss of faith. HTC lost its common Sense some time ago.

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HTC Ville Ice Cream Sandwich phone tipped for Feb 2012 debut

HTC Ville Ice Cream Sandwich phone tipped for Feb 2012 debut

Another upcoming HTC smartphone has apparently been revealed, the HTV Ville, a 4.3-inch qHD handset running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 chipset. The Ville, according to BGR's sources, will also include HTC Sense 4.0, the company's refreshed UI, and include an 8-megapixel camera with a backside-illuminated sensor and support for up to 1080p HD video recording.

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