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HTC gets into VR content with the launch of Vive Studios

Every new platform needs quality content in order to thrive and HTC wants to make sure there’s enough to go around for the Vive headset. After spinning off its virtual reality team into a separate subsidiary earlier this year, the…

Valve demos VR controller prototypes at developer event

Valve is working on a new SteamVR controller for the HTC Vive that will allow users to handle virtual objects more naturally. Although the company isn’t making any announcements yet, a prototype was shown to attendees at the Steam Dev…

HTC and HP launch Vive plus gaming PC bundle for $1,499

HTC has teamed up with HP to produce a virtual reality bundle that gives buyers essentially everything they need to enter the world of VR. The bundle includes both a HTC Vive headset and its peripherals, along with a HP…

HTC launches Viveport storefront to showcase VR experiences

HTC has launched a new app store for its Vive virtual reality headset where it’ll highlight a variety of VR experiences beyond gaming including art, design, education, music, sports, travel, and more. Dubbed Viveport, the storefront is available now in…

HTC One X9 Review: What went wrong?

The HTC One X9 is a classic example of a mid-range handset. It has marginally better hardware than budget offerings - a 5.5-inch 1080p display, a Helio X10 SoC, 32 GB of storage, a 13-megapixel camera with OIS, and a metal build - but it just doesn't do enough for the price. It's not a terrible phone, but it's simply too expensive.

HTC 10 Review: An impressive return to form for HTC

The HTC 10 marks the start of a new chapter for HTC. The signature metal body has returned, complete with new additions like a fingerprint scanner and USB Type-C. The camera, a problem area for HTC’s past devices, has been completely overhauled, and we’re seeing welcome iterations such as a new 5.2-inch 1440p LCD and a Snapdragon 820 SoC.