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HTC design guru leaves, will remain on as consultant

HTC’s head of design is leaving the company, according to a new report. The man who is ultimately responsible for new hardware designs like the One flagship device is striking out on his own. Reportedly leaving to pursue his own projects, Scot Croyle will remain on in a consulting role for a few months.  

HTC One (M8) update hits Canada first

Canadian HTC One (M8) owners are getting an update many have been waiting for. The newest flagship from HTC will be getting the power saving mode, as well as some camera updates, but only in Canada. This info comes by way of screenshots which shows the update is currently hitting devices.  

AT&T’s HTC One (M8) can’t redeem free Drive storage

Owners of the new HTC One (M8) on AT&T have hit a snag when it comes to the free Drive storage. Each new handset arrives with 50GB of Google Drive storage, which users are prompted to take advantage of just after startup. Those with AT&T aren’t able to, which HTC notes is a bug they’re working on.

HTC One (M8) with Verizon getting minor software update

An update to the HTC One (M8) with Verizon is trickling out, providing a few fixes and improvements to an already great handset. Though an overall minor update, it does fix a few issues some have been having, like Bluetooth connectivity and problems with the Gallery.  

HTC snags ex-Samsung marketing chief

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.

HTC talks smartphone camera tech

Vodafone UK recently spoke with Symon Whitehorn of HTC. Whitehorn, who is dubbed HTC's "camera expert" offered some hints in terms of where the smartphone camera market is heading, and also managed to get a few jabs in at the competition. He also talked a bit about the megapixel war and selfies.

Google’s Lens Blur vs. HTC’s UFocus

With the new Google Camera app, we gain a feature that’s become handy on the HTC One (M8). Lens Blur, or UFocus on the new One, gives us the chance to blur everything surrounding our focal point, creating a silhouette of sorts. Which is better, though — the dual-camera UFocus, or Google’s own Lens Blur? We go head-to-head to find out.
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