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HTC slashes Re camera price for Black Friday

HTC may be new in the digital camera business but it's determined to bring the Re camera to the market. Yes, HTC wants to make more sense by lowering the price of the periscope-shaped camera this Black Friday weekend. The device has just rolled out a few weeks ago and we're not sure how the public is receiving the camera but HTC is willing to make it more affordable.

HTC Desire Eye Review: Welcome to the (selfie) machine

Marketed as the “phone made for selfies”, the HTC Desire Eye forges a new path for HTC. It’s not all metal, and definitely not a flagship device. After leaning on the One series for two years, HTC is now looking to the mid-range segment, dominated by younger buyers stateside. Is the Desire Eye a new phone that can compete with the likes of a Moto G? Better yet, can it keep pace with an iPhone 5S, or 5C? The short answer: almost.

HTC One M8 running Lollipop and Sense 6.0 leaked

Some more exclusive screenshots of Android 5.0 and Sense 6.0 running on HTC One M8 is making the rounds in the Internet. A certain @LlabTooFeR posted the photo on Twitter, giving us an idea about the look of the current HTC flagship smartphone bearing the latest Android platform and Sense user interface.

HTC One M7, M8 Google Play Edition to get Lollipop on Friday

We understand everybody is hustling to get Android 5.0 out to their flagship devices, but Google Play Editions usually get updates a bit faster than the regular versions. Owners of HTC One M7 and M8 Google Play Editions were a bit excited at the update, especially as HTC teased that it might arrive early this week. Well, scratch that.

HTC BlinkFeed update: more social and personalized

While Android apps are generally "OEM agnostic", which means any smartphone running on the platform will be able to install and use them (with a few exceptions of course), lately we've been seeing a mini-trend of some brands bringing their proprietary apps to the Google Play Store. Motorola and Sony have brought their apps to that marketplace, although their target is still their own users. HTC is another manufacturer that has brought some exclusive apps to GPS, all the better to update it faster of course.

OtterBox Defender for HTC Desire Eye unveiled

Otterbox has always been synonymous to tough quality. Protection is what Otterbox cases are all about. One of the most popular series from the company is the OtterBox Defender that is perfect for rugged use. Next smartphone to get some “defending” from OtterBox is the HTC Desire Eye.

HTC releases RE app to accompany its RE camera

You didn't really think they would release a camera that doesn't have a viewfinder right? HTC's weirdly-shaped RE camera will soon be available in the market, but ahead of its release, an app to help you use it has been released for Android devices. The companion app will serve as a viewfinder, controller, and gallery viewer to the standalone camera. This is part of HTC's foray into the digital imaging market, which also includes the HTC Desire Eye and a collaborative video editing app.

Coming soon to HTC: Rapid Charger 2.0 for compatible devices

With most smartphone owners now being heavy users and a lot of them being mostly on the go, chances are, battery life is a real problem for them. There are numerous apps, power banks, battery extenders, etc, that have been given as a solution to prolong your phone's battery. Now, if you're an HTC user, you get an accessory that will give your compatible phone the ability to charge itself faster than the normal chargers can do. The OEM has announced on their official site the upcoming Rapid Charger 2.0.

Nexus 9 now ships in 1-2 days directly from Google Play

If you have been waiting to get your hands on the new Nexus 9, the wait is almost over. Google Play lists the Nexus 9 as shipping only 1-2 days after you order it directly on the website. If that is still longer than you can stand to wait, you may be able to get the device in your hands faster if you order it from somewhere like Best Buy.

Pre-release screenshots of HTC Sense on Android 5.0 leaked

Most of you have probably wondered what those tweaked versions of Android would look like under the new Lollipop banner – like Samsung’s TouchWiz and HTC’s Sense UI. Well, these exclusive previews will go a long way to initially answering those questions. And for HTC users, don’t worry – we actually think these look good.
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