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HTC research: good design makes happy consumers

HTC research: good design makes happy consumers

The folks at HTC have done a scientific study which they suggest leads them to believe that good design makes us happy. In a scientific study of the physical (biometric) responses of 2,177 participants "from seven markets", HTC has come to the conclusion that if a product is well-made and beautiful, it’ll make people happy.

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HTC M8 leak tips pared-back plastic over HTC One

HTC M8 leak tips pared-back plastic over HTC One

HTC isn't planning to launch its new flagship HTC One replacement at MWC 2014 this coming week, but that hasn't stopped the leaks from coming thick and fast about the device codenamed "HTC M8". Latest is a top view of the Android handset, with Geek's source helping fill in some details about how HTC plans to push the case design by further minimizing the use of plastic.

UPDATE: The real-deal HTC One M8 is now out and about, have a peek at our HTC One M8 Review to get the full low-down.

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MWC 2014: The Phones, Tablets & Wearables to Expect

MWC 2014: The Phones, Tablets & Wearables to Expect

Mobile World Congress is upon us again, the cellularly-centric Barcelona show expected to see Nokia reveal its first Android device, Samsung its latest Galaxy flagship ahead of the iPhone 6 later this year, and wearables manufacturers further pitch the fast-growing segment. SlashGear is headed off to Spain to bring back all the details as they're announced, but we've already got a good idea of what we can expect and just how much of an impact it might make. Read on for our full pre-show guide!

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-up 2/21/14: Galaxy S5, Xbox update, HTC Desire

SlashGear Morning Wrap-up 2/21/14: Galaxy S5, Xbox update, HTC Desire

This morning we’re about to head to Mobile World Congress 2014, but not before we grab a bunch of pre-show news blasts, of course. First we’re having a peek at some leaked images of the HTC Desire 8, a smartphone that’s certainly pre-cursor to the next HTC One. You’ll also want to have a peek at Jolla’s Sailfish OS before it launches globally - especially in Android launcher form.

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HTC One 2 (M8) specifications in short supply at FCC

HTC One 2 (M8) specifications in short supply at FCC

It’s nearly time for the next HTC One to be released in a reboot only 2014 could handle, and the device has hit the FCC. This device will be released to AT&T at least, as this listing suggests, but we’d eat our collective hats if it wasn’t released to the rest of the major USA-based carriers this year as well.

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HTC One 2 M8: this is (essentially) it

HTC One 2 M8: this is (essentially) it

Today we’re getting a glimpse of what will (essentially) be the final construct of the next HTC One. While we’re not entirely sure about the name just yet - HTC One 2 is a placeholder - there’s a fellow by the name of "hamdir" that’s done an amazing amount of work mocking up a device that looks entirely real. Based on what we know so far - or think we know - the device you see before you is a dead ringer for the second edition of the HTC One.

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HTC One 2 teased for March 25 in NYC

HTC One 2 teased for March 25 in NYC

This week the folks behind HTC’s promotional distribution have made clear their intent on pushing their next-generation hero phone later in the month of March. While it was widely expected that HTC would make the same move as last year with the HTC One, releasing their device immediately before and during Mobile World Congress, it would appear that HTC and Samsung have switched places.

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