HTC was long considered as among the top OEMs in the smartphone industry for the unique design of their handsets. The company had in the past constantly pushed the boundary in terms of build quality and design through its smartphones.
Legal issues are common enough between companies, and Apple is surely no stranger to them. Eventually, some comedy has to get injected to even things out.
Marketing is probably one of the hardest things about selling something. There are a lot of different angle to consider, several different layers to navigate, all in a hope that you, or a group of individuals probably, can sell a specific product to as many people as possible. It probably comes naturally to some people, to sell things, but not every product is for everyone. Just look at how angry people get on the Internet when a product launches that might not be specifically built for them.
In the land of wearables, there are plenty of options with cross-platform support, but many that don’t as well. So when HTC, a company well known for its Android efforts, unveils a new wearable that boasts iOS support, it’s at least worth mentioning.
After weeks, if not months, of speculation and rumor mongering, HTC has finally announced the One M9, the flagship follow-up to last year’s One (M8).
Apple’s relationship with music goes incredibly deep, but ever since the company acquired Beats Electronics and artist Dr. Dre joined the Apple ranks, that relationship has obviously been strengthened.
HTC took a long hiatus from the tablet market some time ago, but the company has just announced their big, triumphant return with a brand new 9-inch tablet.
During a press event in New York City, HTC announced new products. One of which offers iPhone support right out of the box, and can even make your iPhone work as a viewfinder.