MWC 2014

HTC study says beauty and functionality make users happy

It might sound so obvious, but some prefer to have some numbers to back it up, and that is exactly what a research commissioned by HTC provides. The scientific study has concluded that a well-designed object, which is not only functional but also beautiful, can reduce negative emotions considerably.

Hands on with the Nokia X

We've been spoilt with Android phones over the past eighteen months, but that hasn't stopped us from wanting more options. Nokia's decision to go with Windows Phone rather than Android prompted no small amount of argument, and while Lumia has shown promise, there's still a vocal cohort which would far rather have seen Google's software running on Finnish hardware. Ironically, while Nokia has indeed adopted Android for the new Nokia X, you probably won't see it: as we found when we went hands-on with the smartphone, Nokia has done its best to hide exactly what you'd find if you dug down where X marks the spot.
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