HTC unveiled a simplified Android smartphone line, dubbed “One,” hoping to spark a turnaround by streamlining its handsets and ramping up its entertainment offerings.
HTC plans to compete against rivals and turn around its struggling fortunes by using Beats Audio’s streaming music and wireless boombox features to beef up its smartphones and tablets.
HTC will be the first smartphone manufacturer with Sony’s PlayStation Certification, a move that may hurt sales of Sony’s Vita gaming device.
HTC plans to launch an updated version of the Sensation, running Android 4.0 version, dubbed “Ice Cream Sandwich,” on March 1.
Verizon is offering the HTC Thunderbolt for free with a two-year contract through January 26, as the carrier makes way for newer, faster models to ensure its lead in the 4G race.
HTC and IBM are working together to encourage businesses to adopt Android devices and lock down a lucrative piece of the enterprise sector.
HTC and Sprint are working together to remove Carrier IQ from their mobile devices, a decision sparked by the software’s ability to gather user information.
Struggling camera company Eastman Kodak filed an infringement suit against both Apple and HTC over digital imaging patents, hoping to bolster protections it hoped to sell to avoid bankruptcy.
AT&T unveiled six LTE devices it plans to launch this year, as the carrier bolsters its lineup to compete against Verizon.
HTC is expected to release fewer phones next year, opting to diversify its product line and focus on high-end devices as it retools its competitive strategy.