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HTC has unveiled its new flagship smartphone, the latest manifestation of its critically acclaimed One series. Featuring a depth sensor that allows users to change the focus of their photos, the new M8 model has also received rave reviews. But will it be enough to arrest the company's downward spiral? Ivor Bennett reports.
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TheStreet (Dec. 26, 2013) HTC's new One Max smartphone is HUGE - the phablet has a 5.9 inch 1080x1920 display. Compared to the original HTC One and the Apple iPhone, the size of the One Max is very noticeable. The One Max ... watch video
France 24 (Aug. 19, 2013) A doctor in the US has developed a handful of apps to keep an eye on his patients at all times. This week's TECH 24 takes a look into what medicine could be like in the near future.
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TheStreet (June 19, 2014) Amazon may be late to the smartphone market with its new Fire phone, but it clearly thinks it can do better than Blackberry. Blackberry once owned the mobile phone market, but has never recovered ... watch video
Newsy (Mar. 1, 2015) HTC unveiled Vive, its new virtual reality headset, Sunday. The device is supported by gaming company Valve, which has made a push into the market.
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Washington Post (Mar. 31, 2015) The Post's Hayley Tsukayama tests out HTC's newest smartphone, the M9, to see its pros, cons and how it stacks up to its past iterations and current competition.
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