Beats by Dre Executive headphones are currently being sold at on sale at Staples for 169.99 shipped, which is 130 dollars off the original listing and 40 less than what Amazon sells them for.
Beats Electronics has finally launched their much-anticipated music service in the United States, known officially as Beats Music. The new service is priced at $9.99 a month, although AT&T customers also have the option of getting a family plan for just $14.99.
For HTC, this is probably a good way to focus energy where it’s needed. They’re in desperate need of a solid follow-up to the One, and a proper marketing scheme to back it up.
If you’re in the market for the HTC One and its incredible Boom Sound dual speakers just don’t cut it, you’ll be happy to know that AT&T is running a special deal for all new customers, throwing in some Bleutooth speakers for you to enjoy your music, movies, videos, games and everything in between. Read on for more.
We call into question HTC’s One audio quality, after the company released a so-called Audio review featuring an overly enthusiast sound engineer. Is the sound as good as HTC claims?
Samsung chose Wolfson as the “primary audio partner” for the Galaxy family of devices, including the Galaxy S4 flagship smartphone.
HTC had to react to the Samsung Galaxy S4 launch, so it took its new One flagship to the people in Times Square while the S4 was being shown.
Beats is hoping that its newly introduced music streaming service, Daisy, will be the next big thing, what with the level of attention that it’s getting from big name investors and even Apple’s Tim Cook.
Is HTC poised to make a comeback, or should it relegate itself to being run-of-the-mill? We take a look at past mistakes, and where HTC is headed.
An interesting post has appeared on the official HTC blog, stating that a new sound and camera experience is heading our way in 2013. Is HTC aiming to steal the camera crown from Nokia’s 808 PureView?