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5G your old phone: HTC’s 5G Hub is now available for pre-order from Sprint

HTC almost made a phone. The HTC 5G Hub runs Android 9 Pie, has a Qualcomm 855 processor with the X50 modem, 4GB of RAM, and an HD touchscreen -- but it's a hot spot designed to connect to 5G networks. The post 5G your old phone: HTC’s 5G Hub is now available for pre-order from Sprint appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Android, Mobile, Trends, Web, Sprint, Htc, Smart Home, Qualcomm, 5g, Mwc 2019, 5GQualcommSponsorship, HTC 5G Hub


5G your old phone: HTC’s 5G Hub now is available for pre-order from Sprint

HTC almost made a phone. The HTC 5G Hub runs Android 9 Pie, has a Qualcomm 855 processor with the X50 modem, 4GB of RAM, and an HD touchscreen -- but it's a hot spot designed to connect to 5G networks. The post 5G your old phone: HTC’s 5G Hub now is available for pre-order from Sprint appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Android, Mobile, Trends, Web, Sprint, Htc, Smart Home, Qualcomm, 5g, Mwc 2019, 5GQualcommSponsorship, HTC 5G Hub


Samsung’s 5G phone hits Verizon, Sprint getting two 5G devices this month

With 5G, when it rains, it pours. A few hours after Verizon officially started selling the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, Sprint announced that it will be offering two 5G devices for its network by the end of the month. For now, it still feels like manufacturers are putting the cart before the horse here. There’s little question that 5G will become ubiquitous in the next few years, but actual opportunities to access the technology are still pretty scarce. Among U.S. carriers, Verizon (or parent company’...
Tags: TC, Mobile, Verizon, Hardware, Minneapolis, Washington, Samsung, Tech, Chicago, Sprint, Htc, Lg, Kansas City, Samsung Galaxy, Verizon Sprint, Atlanta Dallas Houston


HTC Exodus 1S smartphone with Bitcoin Full Node capacity announced

Taiwanese tech brand HTC announced Exodus 1, the native blockchain smartphone in October 2018. Now, the company has announced Exodus 1S smartphone that comes with bitcoin(BTC) full node capacity and the company aims to bring to blockchain technology and crypto technology to a larger audience in Q3 2019. The Exodus 1S from HTC is the first smartphone ever to have full node capabilities containing the full Bitcoin blockchain. HTC said that it has been working on the project for some time and ...
Tags: News, Blogging, Htc, Btc, Blockchain, HTC blockchain, HTC crypto, HTC Exodus 1S


United States: District Court Denies Grant Of Partial Stay Pending IPR Due To Defendants' Delay - Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP

That concern, added to the findings on the three factors, counseled the court to deny HTC's motion to stay.
Tags: News, United States, Htc, Gump Strauss Hauer, Feld LLP


Bitcoin clears $8,000 as its monster year rolls on

Bitcoin on Tuesday topped $8,000 a coin for the first time since July. The cryptocurrency has now gained 119% this year.  One analyst attributes this year's surge to more people using the network. Watch bitcoin trade live. Bitcoin is having a monster year.  The cryptocurrency was trading up more than 3% near $8,065 a coin on Tuesday morning, at its best level since July. Bitcoin has now gained 119% in 2019 and has a market capitalization of $142 billion, according to CoinMarketCap.com.  This...
Tags: Microsoft, Trends, Bitcoin, Htc, Fidelity, CME Group, Greenspan, Coinmarketcap, Mati Greenspan, July Bitcoin, eToro


Android pioneer HTC stages retreat from China

The phone-maker is closing its online stores on Alibaba and JD.com's platforms in the country.
Tags: Business, China, Alibaba, Htc


HTC’s new $300 blockchain phone will double as a Bitcoin node

Taiwainese mobile phone manufacturer HTC is launching a more affordable blockchain phone with full Bitcoin node capabilities. Originally announced last month, the Exodus 1S will be launching in Q3 this year and will have an extra SD card to support its blockchain capabilities. For what it’s worth, HTC was gunning to include node capabilities in the Exodus 1, but the company ultimately decided to drop the functionality for the device’s first iteration – perhaps due to Google’s updated Play store ...
Tags: Google, Startups, Htc, Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, Hard Fork


HTC introduces a cheaper blockchain phone, opens Zion Vault SDK

Happy Blockchain Week to you and yours. HTC helped kick off this important national holiday by announcing the upcoming release of the HTC Exodus 1s. The latest version of the company’s intriguing blockchain phone shaves some of price off the Exodus 1 — which eventually sold for $699 when the company made it available in more traditional currency. HTC’s being predictably cagey about exact pricing here, instead simply calling it “a more value-oriented version” of the original. Nor is the com...
Tags: Mobile, Hardware, Tech, Htc, Blockchain


What Pixel 3a tells us about the state of the smartphone — and Google

Announced yesterday at Google’s opening I/O keynote, the Pixel 3a arrives at a tenuous time for the smartphone industry. Sales figures have stagnated for most of the major players in the industry — a phenomenon from which Google certainly isn’t immune. CEO Sundar Pichai discussed exactly that on the company’s Q1 earnings call last week. “While the first quarter results reflect pressure in the premium smartphone industry,” he explained, “we are pleased with the ongoing momentum of Assistant-en...
Tags: Apple, Google, Mobile, Hardware, Samsung, Tech, Smartphones, Htc, States, Taipei, Huawei, Sundar Pichai, Home Hub, Pixel, Pichai, Devin


Google’s big VR news is that there is no VR news

Google seems to be waking up from its VR daydream. The company’s ambitious plans to leverage the smartphones that people already own to power VR experiences went unmentioned at its I/O developer conference. After spending 2016 and 2017 making big promises for how the company would shape the mobile VR market and ensure that its Daydream platform would dominate, Google has largely abandoned its plans letting the headsets gather dust and its VR content in the Play Store. The only virtual reality ne...
Tags: Travel, Google, Facebook, Htc, Virtual Reality, Lenovo, Cnet, Clay Bavor, Google I/O 2019, Lenovo HTC


Google’s budget Pixel 3a starts at $399, available in ‘purple-ish’

Last week’s earnings didn’t go the way Alphabet wanted. The fault primarily lies at the feet of the company’s ad business, but the hardware side didn’t come out great, either. Like the rest of the industry, Google’s been struggling to sell smartphones. Sundar Pichai cited “year over year headwinds” in reference to Pixel 3 sales figures. He did, however, hint at good things to come. Selling the future is an important part of a CEO’s job, of course, but there are reasons to be hopeful. There ar...
Tags: Google, Mobile, Verizon, Motorola, Hardware, China, Tech, Smartphones, Htc, Ohio, Taipei, Sundar Pichai, Pixel, Pichai, MÁRIO QUEIROZ, Google Pixel


I swapped out my $1,449 iPhone for Google's new $479 Pixel phone, and it proved that phones don't have to be so expensive (GOOG, AAPL)

Google's Pixel 3a is a less expensive version of Google's Pixel 3 smartphone. It costs $399 while the larger model starts at $479. I switched to the $479 Google Pixel 3a XL from Apple's most expensive iPhone, and found that it on important characteristics like battery life and camera performance. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.  When Apple debuted theiPhone X in 2017, it set a few new precedents. Yes, it introduced technologies like facial recognition to the masses, but it...
Tags: Apple, Google, Samsung, Trends, Htc, Lg, Google Maps, Idc, Pixel, Max, Google Pixel, International Data Corporation IDC Now Google


Apple Accused of Vastly Exaggerating iPhone Battery Life

"A new report by Which?, an advocacy group in the United Kingdom, found that Apple and HTC both overstate battery life on smartphones, sometimes 'significantly'..." reports Hot Hardware. "In stark contrast, Nokia, Samsung, and Sony all underestimate or are conservative about battery life with the phones that were tested, based on the organization's methods." "Which? tested nine iPhone models and found that all of them fell short of Apple's battery time claims. In fact, Apple stated that its b...
Tags: Apple, Tech, United Kingdom, Sony, Htc, Nokia Samsung


Your iPhone's battery life isn't as long as Apple says it is, according to a new report (AAPL)

A new report says that Apple exaggerates the battery life of certain iPhone models. Apple's iPhone XR strayed the furthest from the company's claims, according to the report, despite its high battery life rating from reviewers. The report found that HTC also overstated the battery life of its devices, while firms like Samsung, Sony, and Nokia understated battery life. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.  Apple "significantly" overstates the battery life of certain iPhone model...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Nokia, Trends, United Kingdom, Sony, Htc, Cnet, Aapl, Tom, Samsung Sony, Samsung Nokia, Samsung HTC Sony


Oculus Quest Won’t Have Viveport Infinity, the Netflix for VR

Facebook’s new Oculus Quest headset is set to launch with a series of notable games and experiences later this month — but one key service will be missing: Viveport Infinity, HTC’s Netflix-like VR subscription service, won’t be available on the device. Viveport president Rikard Steiber first mentioned the missing support in a Reddit AMA interview […]
Tags: Facebook, News, Netflix, Htc, Oculus, Htc Vive, Reddit AMA, Viveport, Rikard Steiber, Oculus Quest


What to expect from Google I/O 2019

Developer season has begun! Next week, Google will be putting on a big party at the pointy outdoor amphitheater in Mountain View. It’s shaping up to be a biggie, too, if this week’s Google earnings call was any indication. Sundar Pichai teased out a number of upcoming offerings from the company that we can expect to see on full display at the show. From the looks of it, there’s going to be a LOT of news coming hot and heavy out of the South Bay, from new Android and Assistant features, to ...
Tags: Apple, Chrome, Google, Android, Home, Cloud, Apps, Hardware, Wikipedia, Events, Tech, Htc, Mountain View, Taipei, Huawei, GDC


The Most Interesting Thing About Valve's Fancy New VR Headset Might Be Its Controllers

About a month ago, Valve teased that it was working on its own VR headset separate from the HTC’s Vive and Vive Pro, but still compatible with all the Steam VR games that are currently available. Now, Valve has finally released a ton of details about , including some of its new and unusual abilities. Read more...
Tags: Gaming, Science, Vr, Htc, Valve, VR headsets, Steam VR, Valve Index, Vr Magic Hands


Alphabet cites ‘headwinds’ in smartphone sales, teases I/O hardware announcement

Alphabet’s Q1 earnings were a disappointment for Wall Street, courtesy primarily of ad revenue shortcomings. The hardware team met with some difficulties, as well, owing in part to a stagnating global smartphone market that has impacted virtually all players. CEO Sundar Pichai cited “year over year headwinds” when referring to the company’s smartphone line, following the release of the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL last fall. The executive rightly referenced the company’s relatively recent entry as a s...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Home, Mobile, Hardware, Finance, Samsung, Tech, Htc, Taipei, Sundar Pichai, Home Hub, Alphabet, Pixel, Pichai, Ruth Porat


HTC wants to launch ANOTHER blockchain phone this year

Taiwanese mobile phone manufacturer HTC is reportedly planning to launch another blockchain phone before the end of 2019. Phil Chen, HTC’s Decentralized Chief Officer, announced the intention during a keynote speech at an investment forum event held in Taipei on Friday last week, Taiwan News reports. HTC launched its first blockchain phone – called Exodus 1 – last year. It featured a cryptocurrency wallet, accompanied by hardware designed to support decentralized applications (dapps). Other phon...
Tags: Startups, Samsung, Htc, Taipei, Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, Chen, Phil Chen, Hard Fork, Taiwan News


Oculus and HTC See Very Different VR Futures

Will consumers or businesses prove to be the better market for virtual reality leaders?
Tags: Finance, Article, Htc, FBN, Motley Fool, Fbn/markets, Fox-business/markets, 40a98f2a-bae5-53dc-9945-772eb90e2d2d


Proof of Capital is a new $50M blockchain fund that’s backed by HTC

It’s often said that the dramatic fall of crypto prices last year ushered in a new era for technology-focused startups in the blockchain space, and the same argument can be made for the venture capitalists who fund them. Proof of Capital is the latest fund to emerge after it officially announced a maiden $50 million fund today. The fund is led by trio Phil Chen, who created and is currently developing its Exodus blockchain phone (he spent time as a VC with Horizons Ventures in between), Edith ...
Tags: Asia, Tech, Taiwan, Htc, Latin America, Greylock Partners, Chen, Horizons Ventures, Yeung, Chris McCann, Phil Chen, Steve Chen, ICOS, Edith Yeung, Greg Kidd, Formosa Plastics Ripple


HTC 2Q7A100 with Full HD+ display, Snapdragon 710, 6GB RAM, 128GB storage surfaces in benchmarks

It has been months since HTC had launched a mid-range or high-end smartphones. A report from last December said that it will launch new mid-tier to high-end models in 2019, after confirming that it is not shutting down its smartphone business. Now the company's first smartphone for the year has surfaced in benchmarks. "HTC 2Q7A100" benchmark listing reveals a Snapdragon 710 SoC, 6GB of RAM and Android 9.0 (Pie). AnTuTu benchmark listing also reveals a Full HD+ (2160 × 1080 pixels) 18:9 as...
Tags: News, Blogging, Rumors, Htc, HTC 2Q7A100, HTC 2Q7A100 AnTuTu, HTC 2Q7A100 Geekbench


HTC Removes Many of Its Android Apps From the Play Store

A total of 14 HTC apps have been removed from the Play Store in the last three months. "Looking at the latest HTC Corporation activity in App Brain, we can see that the Sense Home launcher and contacts app People were unpublished just this month," reports Android Police. "12 more apps, including Calendar, Dot View, and Speak suffered a similar fate in February, while the Mail app that went and then returned is once again conspicuous by its absence." From the report: A few of the unpublished apps...
Tags: Tech, Htc, Htc Corporation, App Brain


Viveport Infinity is good – here’s how HTC can make it great

HTC unveiled its long-anticipated Viveport Infinity VR gaming service this week. It comes with a $13 monthly ($99 annually) fee and more than 600 titles you can play with unlimited access. The selection, price, and experience are all pretty good – but we’re hoping HTC is just getting started. Viveport Infinity is a welcome addition to the VR scene. It’s the world’s first unlimited subscription service for VR experiences, and it comes with quite a few bells and whistles. If you have a Vive or Viv...
Tags: Startups, Gaming, Tech, Htc, Virtual Reality, Viveport, Viveport Infinity


Future Oppo phones could have a crazy design we’ve never seen before

One of the hot trends in smartphone design these days is to give users more screen real estate by taking the traditional smartphone form factor and making it foldable. We've covered everything from book-like foldable screens a la the Samsung Galaxy Fold -- which can double as a phone or a phablet-sized device depending on if it's folded or open -- to screens that curl up closed from the bottom to produce a second smaller screen, bendable screens and a whole lot of other interesting and a...
Tags: Science, China, Samsung, Htc, Reno, Oppo, LetsGoDigital, LG Nokia Samsung


Daily Crunch: Walmart partners with Google (again)

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. Walmart partners with Google on voice-enabled grocery shopping Walmart is rolling out a new voice ordering capability, Walmart Voice Order, which works across Google Assistant-powered platforms, including Google’s smart speakers and displays, smartphones, smartwatches and more. Two years ago, Walmar...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, TC, Microsoft, Tech, Walmart, Fbi, Htc, Valve, Bmw, EC, Miami Florida, Niantic, Google Express, Joe Raedle Getty


Google reshuffles its leadership in Asia Pacific

There’s a changing of the guard within Google’s Asia Pacific business. In recent weeks, personnel changes within two of its most important roles show the search giant is entering a new era of management for its fast-growing business across the continent. Scott Beaumont, a British executive who previously ran Google in China and Korea, stepped into the role of Asia-Pacific president following an announcement made on March 18. Following that, Google revealed today that Rajan Anandan, the executive...
Tags: Travel, Google, Facebook, Asia, Europe, Microsoft, China, Southeast Asia, India, Smartphone, Companies, Artificial Intelligence, United States, Asia Pacific, President, Korea


Valve Index VR headset is launching on June 15

Well, we thought we’d have to wait another few weeks to hear about Valve’s plans for its first virtual reality headset, but the company (accidentally?) seems to have let a few details and images slip regarding its high-powered contender to consumer VR headsets built by Oculus and HTC. A product page for the Valve Index went live this morning and was discovered by Twitter user @Wario64. We’ve learned that while we’ll hear full details and pre-order the headset on May 1 per the teaser, the devic...
Tags: TC, Tech, Htc, Virtual Reality, Valve, Knuckles, Valve Index


Valve Announces VR Device “Valve Index”

Valve has officially announced that the virtual reality headset that they’ve been working on for years is finally nearing completion, technology that may be coming too late to the game considering how many headsets are already in existence. After aiding HTC in turning the Vive into a SteamVR product back in 2016, Valve has since […]
Tags: Games, Technology, Htc, Virtual Reality, Valve, Anime, Announcements