HTC had admitted fault in terms of neglecting the midrange market. This came after the company put more focus and effort on pushing the HTC One through 2013, but they already mentioned how they aren't planning to make that same mistake with the HTC One (M8) in 2014. Not to mention, we've already being seeing some new midrange handsets such as the HTC Desire 816 .
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A weekly look at new, exciting, and cool apps to try Howdy all, it's time once again for the weekly App Roundup. Now I spent my time wisely this week rustling up some new, cool, and helpful applications for all you BlackBerry addicts to try. Be sure to check them out by clicking through the gallery below and remember you can help by offering your suggestions at the end
When you test as many cases as I do, you've got to expect a little collateral damage every once and a awhile. I've [totally smashed my iPhone during drop tests[(http://www.imore.com/failed-review-smash-puny-georgia-iphone), taken iPhones and iPads through the car wash and the dishwasher .
iPhone 5s vs. Samsung Galaxy S5 vs. HTC One M8: The ultimate smartphone camera showdown! Smartphone cameras are getting better and better every day.
Sony Xperia owners have long enjoyed a great keyboard experience, and it’s about to get better. Following in the footsteps of Motorola and HTC, Sony has begun breaking their apps from the OS proper, this time bringing their keyboard to the Play Store. Along with a few tweaks, the keyboard can now enjoy the same update process of other apps.
Angela Ahrendts , incoming SVP of Retail at Apple, seems to be taking her time leaving her current post as CEO of Burberry, and the company has yet to announce her departure date. Ahrendts is supposed to start this spring , and is available to leave Burberry starting this month, having finished her six-month notice term. But it appears that she will stay with the company a little longer, helping to ease the transition to her successor
BlackBerry quietly and slowly exhales as it sits unnoticeably at a table surrounded by other high profile players sporting taller stacks of chips.
Samsung Galaxy S5 fingerprint swiper can also be faked out, but here’s the difference with Touch ID…
As expected, the fingerprint swiper in the new Samsung Galaxy S5 is just as susceptible to spoofing by a fake fingerprint, just like Apple's Touch ID on the iPhone 5s , and pretty much every similar fingerprint sensor on the market. But it also looks like there are few things Apple did right that Samsung might want to look into incorporating in the future. Biometrics are part of the same classic trade-off of convenience for security
Want to attend Google I/O? You’re not alone. Many clamor at the opportunity to be part of Google’s annual conference, with many new announcements and fun Developer workshops to take advantage of.