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HTC One M9 Review: A Great Phone That Can’t Keep Up

Everyone loves an underdog. They're new, exciting, and upset expectations. In 2013, the HTC One M7 brought that incredible disruptive energy to smartphones, and the following year's M8 ran neck and neck with the best you could buy. Now, with the M9, the One is no longer an underdog—but it's not exactly leading the Android pack, either. Read More >>

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You Have HTC to Thank for Android’s Current Success

In a few short weeks, technology journalists, inventors, PRs and investors from around the globe will descend on Barcelona for 2015's Mobile World Congress. Over the past half-decade or so, it's supplanted Las Vegas's CES as the most important of the major, multi-manufacturer gadget showcases, and it's all down to one software line -- Google's Android. Read More >>

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HTC: Android Users are Pretty Lazy and Don’t Bother Fiddling With Things

In a blog post describing some of the thinking behind the BlinkFeed combo widget that comes as part of its updated HTC Sense skin, HTC made some weird claims about Android users and their supposed lack of interest in actually using the features offered by their smartphones. Read More >>

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HTC One: The Most Beautiful Phone HTC’s Ever Created (Updated: Pricing, Hands-On Gallery)

Don't let the fact that HTC's dropped the "batshit-crazy space-age materials" of the three original One models -- the HTC One (yes, they've gone definitive with this year's naming convention) is not only the most beautiful hardware HTC's produced, but it's also running an entirely-redesigned Sense UI, with a few new tricks up its aluminium sleeve, too... Read More >>

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HTC Abandons Half-Broken HTC Sense Web Site

The HTC Sense web site has never really worked as advertised, with most users failing to sign in, not being able to use many of the promised features and generally getting frustrated with HTC's supposed phone management and tracking tool. Now HTC's given up on it as well. Read More >>

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Will the HTC Ville be the First Phone to Screw Up Ice Cream Sandwich with HTC Sense?

BGR just leaked info about the HTC Ville, an Android phone that'll supposedly be announced by HTC at next year's Mobile World Congress, and it looks really great... except for one thing. It plasters the needless HTC Sense all over Ice Cream Sandwich. WHYYY?! Read More >>