Despite the fact that HTC keeps on having a continuous poor performance the past few months, the Taiwanese manufacturer has no plans to replace the company’s CEO Peter Chou, at least according to Focus Taiwan quoting HTC’s chairperson, Cher Wang.
According to Wang, “Mr. Chou has done a great job and there are no plans of removing him.” She also noted that HTC employees must come down to earth (herself included) and continue moving forward. “HTC has many innovative products and will continue to work to introduce our excellent products to everyone … Continue reading
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Aviate Launcher, if you haven’t heard of it, is a new home screen replacement created by an ex-Googler team at ThumbsUp Labs. It looks to offer you information right when you need it where apps are automatically categorized and shown to you based on your current context like home, going out, night, etc.
– very easy to use and … Continue reading
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The great thing about new flagship phones is that they often comes with new features we can all get excited about. The Galaxy Note 3, announced a few days ago, is no exception. While Samsung made a point of featuring Category 4 LTE with Carrier Aggregation, which can achieve 150 Mbps, the company neglected to mention the Note 3 also includes the Qualcomm QFE1100 chipset which should significantly reduce power consumption and heat associated with the LTE radio.
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Sony unveiled recently a new program and Camera Remote API and it looks like they are urging developers to start creating new apps for their hot cameras. According to the official announcement, the API will help you devs out there build apps that can control the camera, get the image of what the sensor sees, upload the images and even do some fancy things like time-lapse photography. The API is not single-platform depended, and will work with developers … Continue reading
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With Sony’s Z1 flagship starting to make waves, since pre-orders for the device became available in many European countries last week, it was only logical we began to learn info regarding it’s lilliputian sibling with the code name (duh) Z1 mini!
So from what we learned, Sony is preparing a much smaller version of the Z1 “monster”, that’s set for unveiling within the upcoming months. Obviously its official name is still a rumor, but trust me in such things, Sony won’t change … Continue reading
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Well, truth is that we had already seen this coming… Microsoft announced today the launch of its official Xbox Music app in Google Play. According to the company’s statement, the app, which initially packs limited features as we saw, will only work with Xbox Music Pass subscription (that comes at a cost of $9.99 per month or $99.99 for a year) and offers unlimited music streaming.
So far Xbox Music is currently available in only 22 countries, so you’d better check out … Continue reading
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