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Thursday, 01 June 2017 15:50

Where are we now with VR?

This is going to be a little bit of a departure from how we would normally approach covering specific technology. Instead of addressing the state of hardware based on what we have actually worked with, we are going to look at VR from the standpoint of a consumer looking to buy for the first time. There are a couple of reasons to do this; the first is that we do not have either an Oculus Rift, HTC Vive or any other PC based VR technology. We do have the Oculus powered Gear VR, but that is in a category all on its own which we will cover in some detail below.  So with the preface out of the way, let’s get started

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Monday, 01 February 2016 11:23

Is Virtual Reality really the next IT technology?

It is said that nature abhors a vacuum and that is certainly true. Something will come along to fill the void if we let nature take its course. Unfortunately this law is a little mutated in the consumer electronics market and especially in the PC component world. Here is reads; the market cannot stand not having an “It” technology, so we much create one. It seems that the last few years we have been watching this happen.

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Friday, 16 May 2014 15:22

HTC has launched the One Mini 2

HTC has officially unveiled the smaller version of its HTC One (M8) flagship – One Mini 2. HTC One Mini 2 this time has a dimension of 137x65x10.6 millimeters and weighs 137 grams. Super LCD2 screen size is 4.5 inches, the screen resolution is the same as last year's model (720x1280) with a slightly lower density of 326 ppi (Mini One was 342 ppi).

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For HTC confirmed that they hired Paul Golden who is one of the former Samsung employees. He is a marketing expert who led Samsung's marketing department in the United States from 2008 to 2012, which is the period when Galaxy line faced greatest expansion.

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Tuesday, 08 April 2014 19:46

HTC puts all their hopes in One M8

Taiwanese mobile phone manufacturer HTC has announced its financial results for the first quarter of 2014. The report says that the trend of falling income and accumulating losses continued. The total income of the company from January to March this year amounted to one billion U.S. dollars, while they recorded a loss of 62 million USD.

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Wednesday, 27 November 2013 21:56

HTC M8 will be the successor of HTC One

HTC is preparing a successor of the HTC One for the next year, which is codenamed M8. Unofficial information already listed and the results of some tests, so we got the information that the M8 in AnTuTu benchmark supposedly achieved over 36,000 points putting it ahead of the current Android smartphones from other manufacturers.

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According to research by Consumer Intelligence Research Partners conducted in the first month of availability of the new iPhone in the US, most of the buyers were existing iPhone owners. However there was a growing number of those who have previously owned an Android device.

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The US Patent system is broken. The system has strayed very far from its original intent as a means to ensure that inventors were able to get a return on their work. Now a patent is something to be used to hinder the competition. Companies buy them up and stock them away in holding groups like an arsenal. It is no longer about real innovation and progress, but simply a way for large corporations to bargain and shape the market in the manner that they want. Many times we have seen a company buy up a stock of patents with the intention to attack another or even defend themselves.

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Saturday, 26 October 2013 09:14

HTC closes their factory in Taoyuan City

Reuters reporter who visited this week HTC's factory in Taiwanese Taoyuan City faced a closed door of one of the production lines and the official notification that the drive is not in operation.

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Wednesday, 16 October 2013 19:51

HTC to create smartphones for Amazon?

According to the findings of the Financial Times, Amazon and HTC are working together on development of a Kindle smartphone. There should be a total of three models that will appear on the market next year.

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