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HTC’s All New One (M8) Is Here

The 2014 HTC One (M8) is now official. The smartphone sports a unibody made of 90% metal, a screen that has been bumped to 5", while retaining the 1080p resolution. Hardware keys have disappeared, replaced by on-screen ones. The front-facing BoomSound stereo speakers are still there, and it is said that they have been further enhanced t produce more sound. The new HTC One (M8) offers a Snapdragon 801 chipset with a 2.3 GHz Krait 400 processor, Adreno 330 GPU and 2 GB of RAM. The storage options ...
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HTC One Max, Hitting the Market Soon

Rumor has it the HTC One Max is going to make its international debut on either October the 15th or the 17th. Just last week, photos of the upcoming phone leaked all over the internet, the 5.9 inch phone is one of many to join the phablet series including the recently released Samsung Galaxy Note 3. The date has been discovered based on information from a Chinese test group, and its specifications are supposedly the following: 2.3 GHz Snapdragon 800 chip 2 GB of memory with a microSD slot, ...
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HTC Butterfly Quick Review

Better late than never, we managed to put our hands on the scarce beauty that is HTC's Butterfly. Well this huge monster didn't grab this much of a market share within the current chaos happening in the mobile world, although the specs were more than promising. I always tend to run after and crave devices that are intriguing and not truly appreciated for they real intrinsic worth, especially in our area of the world, the "Samsung area", as far as Android smartphones are concerned. Nevertheless, ...
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HTC One Review

To say that the HTC One is a critical release for the Taiwanese corporation is an understatement. HTC has been going through a rough spot for quite a while now, with major losses in revenues and market share. Now, with the release of the HTC One, which was announced back in February of this year, HTC is betting all-in on this new flagship; Peter Chou (CEO) even announced that he will resign if the One is not a success. I used the HTC One for almost a month now, so this review is long overdue. But ...
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HTC Announces its New Flagship Device, The HTC One

Finally, after weeks of taunting (through a countdown on its official site) and speculations (through several leaks on many websites), HTC announces its new flagship device for 2013, the HTC One. We all know that HTC had a rough 2012, with fierce competition from the such of Apple and Samsung when it comes to the Smartphones' war that has been going on for a while. As an avid HTC fan and enthusiast, I have been waiting for HTC's new release with the hope that this new device will have what it takes ...
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Smartphones: Which One Do You Prefer? [Poll]

Christmas is getting near and it has been a very busy year in the smartphone world; fierce competition, amazing spec sheets and most importantly, a wide variety of choices. Receiving a Smartphone has been one of the most popular gifts lately, and we at Tech-Ticker would love to know what is your Smartphone of choice for the upcoming holidays that you wish Santa would get you. We have picked a list from what we believe are the top Smartphones of 2012 (detailed article coming soon). Vote in our "Smartphones ...
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HTC Signs Three-Year UEFA Partnership Deal

Football fans with HTC phones, rejoice! Today, the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) has announced today that it has reached an agreement with HTC for it to become the official mobile and tablet partner for both its Champions and Europa Leagues. This is a three-year deal which will run until the end of the 2014/15 season, and will also include an association with the UEFA Super Cup, the UEFA Women's Champions League final and the UEFA Futsal Cup finals. The UEFA General Secretary ...
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HTC Windows Phone 8X Review

When Peter Chou (CEO of HTC) and Steve Ballmer (CEO of Microsoft) announced the HTC Windows Phone 8X back in September 2012, they called the device a "Windows Phone hero product" which serves as a signature device for Windows Phone 8 (WP8). HTC and Microsoft go back a long way with their partnership and Windows-powered devices, but with the current status of the competition along with the decline in sales that HTC has been facing lately, a true hero device is actually needed. So does the HTC WP ...
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HTC One X+ Review: a New Mighty One

When HTC unveiled their One line back in February this year, they were promising a change in their strategy by focusing on a line of devices instead of creating several ones (no pun intended) while trying to cover every aspect of the market. Their flagship device, the HTC One X, was a promising smartphone with capable features. However, it did not meet its expectations with strong contenders such as the iPhone 5 and the Samsung Galaxy S3, which is obvious in the current situation HTC is struggling ...
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Apple and HTC Settle Patent Suit

It is no doubt that HTC lately wasn't having the greatest of times, not to mention the long-going dispute it was having with Apple that eventually led to banning the sale of some of its products in the US earlier this year. But today, Apple and HTC issued a joint press release stating that they have reached a global agreement to end the current patent lawsuits between both companies and extends to a ten-year license agreement, which covers current and future patents held by each company. The ...
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What’s the Matter with HTC?

You've certainly heard and read about HTC's current misfortunes. But how bad is HTC’s posture? HTC’s handset volume sales declined by -43% in Q3 2012 vs. Nokia’s -23% volume decline. Of course, using Nokia as a benchmark might look a bit unfair to the Finnish company, but Nokia has been on a downward slope for quite some time now. The above statement is very interesting because HTC is using Android, the world’s most popular smartphone OS, whereas Nokia is limping along with a weird ...
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