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HTC launches Vive Pro for virtual reality enthusiasts (who already own the Vive)

Every product here is independently selected by Mashable journalists. If you buy something featured, we may earn an affiliate commission which helps support our work. HTC has announced the price for its new virtual reality headset, the Vive Pro: $
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HTC's new flagship phone leaks two months early

Despite having sold most of itself to Google, HTC still makes phones. And the company's upcoming flagship smartphone, the HTC U12+, might be an interesting proposition for the brand's faithful.  The phone, unearthed by prominent leaker Evan
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HTC U speculations: Rise of the squeezable phone?

From: Hindustan Times Recommended by: Hindustan times HTC took to Twitter to finally confirm that its next flagship smartphone, HTC U, will be squeezable.However, if you are thinking that it will be made of rubber, then you are wrong.
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HTC Desire 10 Pro smartphone launched at Rs 26,490 in India

From: Hindustan Times Recommended by: Hindustan times Firing up the mid-range smartphone segment, Taiwan-based HTC Corporation on Thursday launched Desire 10 Pro at Rs 26,490 in India that comes packed with “selfie panorama” mode to
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Suck Less | A Plea For User-Centric Design: Powered By You!

From: www.kaushik.net   By: Avinash Kaushik Via: twitter.com [My new post:] Suck Less | A Plea
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HTC X9 review: A great smartphone that’s late to the party

From: Hindustan Times Recommended by: Hindustan times Sanshay Biswas, Hindustan Times|The X9 could have been a great offering at the price if it had a faster camera, brighter screen and included a fingerprint sensor. (HTC)HTC has
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Samsung and Micromax among the most purchased brands

According to a research report by technology company, MoMagic, the top three most purchased brands in the country are Samsung, Micromax and Sony/HTC/Lava. Further, brands which contribute maximum to app downloads include Samsung (40 per cent),
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There’s now a Google-backed smartphone that will never run out of storage

From: qz.com   By: Mike Murphy Via: twitter.com There’s now a Google-backed smartphone that will never run out of storage https://t.co/