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HTC One 2014 available on March 25th “minutes” after announcement

HTC One 2014 available on March 25th “minutes” after announcement

Letting no time pass between announcing the "all new" HTC One for 2014 and letting users purchase the handset is a new move by the manufacturer - one that’ll certainly put some pressure on publications (like SlashGear) to get as much information on the device as possible out as quick as possible. While otherwise we’d have days or even weeks to speak about the devices before they’re released, groups like Carphone Warehouse are suggesting that they’ll be receiving shipments of the 2014 HTC One immediately after the special events taking place on the 25th of March in London and New York. We’ll be in New York for said event, of course - so stick around.

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New HTC One details leak in Nordic e-stores: black, silver, gold

New HTC One details leak in Nordic e-stores: black, silver, gold

This week we’re ramping up towards the launch of the New HTC One (aka the M8, successor to the original HTC One from 2013), set to be revealed on the 25th of March. This unveiling has been long anticipated - and at such a level, it would seem, that several Nordic stores have already begun to list the device for sale. At each of these stores we can glean a bit of information on the device’s details in several different iterations, one black, one silver, and one "golden."

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HTC One M8 passes through FCC for Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T

HTC One M8 passes through FCC for Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T

This week the FCC has a number of HTC-registered listed OET, including several that are more than likely attributable to the new HTC One. This device has been seen with registration numbers and radios that make perfect sense lining up with an international model, one for AT&T, one for Verizon Wireless, a T-Mobile USA model, and one for Sprint. Each version of the new HTC One has 4G LTE connectivity.

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Apple said poaching HTC engineers for China tech push

Apple said poaching HTC engineers for China tech push

Apple is reportedly on an engineer hiring spree, poaching staff from HTC and other firms in Taiwan, to speed up how quickly it can develop and launch products and new technologies, it's reported. The Cupertino firm's Chinese engineer and operations staff roster is said to have swollen by several hundred over just the past two years, and is now believed to amount to more than 600.

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