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HTC One M8 Review: Solid Feature Set, Unmatched in Android Hardware Design

The HTC One was one of my favorite pieces of hardware from 2013. It was the first time we had really seen a company succeed at producing an Android smartphone with a premium look and feel that rivaled Apple’s iPhone. In 2014, HTC is releasing the all new One, or HTC One M8. The evolution of this flagship takes many forms. There’s more aluminum than the original model; the display size has been bumped to 5-inches; the Ultrapixel camera is now the new Duo Camera array; there’s a faster Snapdragon 801 SoC inside; there’s a refined Sense 6.0 UI atop Android 4.4; and much more.

HTC to harness cheaper phones to turn company around

It's no secret that HTC isn't performing too well financially, posting its first ever quarterly loss for Q3 2013 after seeing its market share drop drastically over the course of several years. But the Taiwanese company has an idea of…

Check out this bullet-time rig that uses 130 HTC One smartphones

Qualcomm recently put together an impressive bullet-time photography rig (think The Matrix) consisting of 130 HTC One smartphones. The handsets are arranged in a circular configuration with all cameras firing simultaneously to capture the same subject from virtually every conceivable angle.