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Law360 01/17/2019 12:40
U.S. District Judge Rodney Gilstrap on Wednesday shot down HTC's request to delay an upcoming trial in its case alleging Ericsson overcharges for royalties on cellular and wireless standard-essential patents, saying the bid appears to be a "litigation tactic."
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Bitcoins Channel 01/16/2019 05:31
The Exodus blockchain phone Reviews After weeks of delays and hundreds of frustrated customer messages in its Telegram channel, HTC finally shipped its “blockchain phone” on Jan. 14.
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Some may take this as a hint of an imminent HTC smartphone release, especially since HTC’s Cosmos trailer shows the outline of a phone that could be taken for a potential HTC U12.
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HTC Vive collaborated with Mozilla's Firefox, AWS's Amazon Sumerian and Fidelity Investments to develop a dedicated new virtual reality browser that will make VR experiences easily accessible to consumers.
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UploadVR 01/14/2019 06:00
Mozilla announced that its Firefox Reality VR browser will be the default browser on all HTC Vive headsets.
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techPowerUp! 01/13/2019 18:13
HTC's Vive Pro Eye releases Q2 this year, and pricing information is not available at this time.
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VentureBeat 01/11/2019 16:01
At CES 2019 this week, HTC continued to push the high end of virtual reality forward.
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SlashGear 01/11/2019 15:40
The Vive Cosmos has built-in sensors, working from the inside out instead of like the HTC Vive, which works with sensors planted around your room, looking in on the headset.
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Ubergizmo 01/11/2019 06:48
Many companies are expected to launch 5G smartphones in 2019. We’ve heard reports that Samsung, Huawei, and OnePlus all have plans to launch such devices. Now it seems that HTC could also be looking to launch a 5G smartphone, but unfortunately we might not be able to expect it anytime soon. This is according to a report from DigiTimes who claims that HTC’s 5G smartphone might only arrive in the second half of the year. According to the publication’s sources, the reason for launching the 5G smartphone in the second half of the year is apparently due to the fact that the 5G market has yet to mature. In that sense it is true as 5G has yet to be fully rolled out, which means that even if you own a 5G smartphone right now, there’s no telling whe.
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PhoneArena 01/11/2019 04:55
After repeatedly assuring us of the company’s long-term commitment to the smartphone market over the past few months (which in itself doesn’t feel particularly encouraging), HTC is back at CES 2019.
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HTC will be heavily focusing on VR revenue growth “by offering integrated hardware, platform, content and related services.
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HTC's 5G Smartphone Will Launch In Second Half Of 2019: Official.
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VRFocus 01/10/2019 19:11
But HTC Vive has been working on a 6DoF version, which AMD had on demonstration with an HTC Vive Focus to showcase its ReLive livestreaming technology.
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MobileSyrup 01/10/2019 03:42
Though I didn’t test other apps out, HTC was also showing off two additional experiences that featured eye tracking, ZeroLight’s BMW M, a game that lets players explore a BMW M5, and Ovation, a public speaking training tool.
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Business Wire 01/09/2019 18:08
With an HTC VIVE Focus VR wireless and standalone headset and fully integrated gaming yoke and controls, the VR Bike channels your physical effort directly into VR gameplay.
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