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HTC One M9 now supports RAW photo files

The camera of HTC's new flagship, the One M9, may have received some early criticism (or praise, if you hated the one before) for changing it up from the highly-touted Ultrapixel to their current 20MP camera, but it's now bringing a software update that may please serious mobile photography enthusiasts. The smartphone becomes the first mobile device to offer support for RAW files, giving you even more freedom to tweak and edit photos to your heart's content.

HTC to Ink up its One M9 in bespoke special edition

The HTC One M9 may already be getting good reviews and if you like a little art in your devices, you might give this one a go as well. The OEM is teaming up with a supermodel and a tattoo artist to be part of the bespoke collection. Calling it HTC Ink, they will be etching onto the back of their new flagship the design that their collaborators have come up with. This is just the first in a series of limited edition smartphones that they will be releasing as part of the collection.

HTC One M9 review; newer, but not much better

By now, you’ve heard both sides of the argument. Either the HTC One M9 is a fantastic update of the One M8, or it’s iterative and boring. The camera is either ‘just fine for normal use’, or severely lacking. On paper, the One M9 is more like a One M8 1/2, but often times what you get is more than what you see. Is the One M9 really a boring, iterative flagship from HTC, or is this One still worthy to carry HTC’s banners into Android battle?

LG G4 vs Samsung Galaxy S6 vs HTC One M9

Now that LG has finally unveiled the G4, all gloves are off in the 2015 flagship showdown. Unless, of course, you're still waiting for the non-Xperia Z4 coming from Sony later this year. But for now, it's time for the big three to face off in the mobile world. In one corner, we have the still premium-looking HTC One M9. In another corner sits the plastic-less Samsung Galaxy S6. And finally, the newcomer, the leather-backed LG G4. Which one will you root for and which one will you buy? As it turns out, it's a close call.

HTC Butterfly 3 specs leak, probably for Asian market only

As with the previous two smartphones in HTC’s Butterfly product line, rumors are pointing to a device primarily targeted towards Asian markets. We haven’t heard much in the way of specs for this upcoming device. But that was before it was tagged via a Compubench benchmark test. Now we have a good idea of what the device will look like on the inside.

HTC ad pokes fun at Samsung, iPhone owners in new ad

When you make ads that poke fun at your rivals, sometimes it can hit the mark and be hilarious rather than catty (see early Samsung ads mocking Apple) or it can totally fail and not be funny at all (see latter Samsung ads mocking Apple, still). Based on initial feedback to this new one from HTC, it looks like it fall under the second category with their "Cellami" YouTube video, which mocks both Samsung and iPhone owners.

Signup for HTC Vive Developer Edition now open, free for devs

HTC joining the virtual reality game was a surprise to everyone at the Mobile World Congress last month. Taiwanese tech giant HTC partnered with Valve to bring the Vive VR headset perhaps to compete with Oculus, Samsung, and Google. We learned just before March ended that it's heading out free to developers. The time has come and HTC Vive Developer Edition is now ready for signups from willing developers.

Software update for T-Mobile, AT&T HTC One M9 now available

A couple of weeks ago, Taiwanese phone maker HTC has finally responded to the complaints of One M9 owners who were saying that the camera's 20 megapixel sensor couldn't handle low light situations and macroshots. That's a bit frustrating because of our high expectations but at least there's less noise, more vibrant colors, and more details can be captured. Good thing a software update was released and it did improve photo quality and some photos were even showcased for comparison.

HTC One M9+ and E9+ launched in India

HTC's new flagship, the One M9 hasn't yet made its way to India after being officially released in the US just a few days ago. But what they've gotten is the HTC One M9+, a bigger screen version of the flagship, and the One E9+, with both to be released next month. The OEM has also introduced their HTC One Privileges program, but just for the One M9+ users, where they get one-year insurance for their device.
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