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HTC in a nutshell: what went wrong and what went right After many rumors, Google finally announced that it’s buying HTC’s Powered by HTCdivision, which is responsible for building Google’s Pixel phones. Here’s a brief look at HTC’s history.
Understanding aperture With more and more smartphones boasting wider aperture camera lenses, we break down the details to answer the question: what is aperture?
The history of Android OS: its name, origin, and more Now that Android 8.0 Oreo is here, we look back at the history and names from the previous versions of the Android operating system.
Google Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Pixelbook, and more leak Thanks to a massive leak, we now have details on Google’s upcoming Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Pixelbook, Google Home Mini, and new Daydream View headsets.
The Chromecast is one of Google’s most under-appreciated products Google’s Chromecast has received stunning reviews since it was first launched, but we think it deserves a little more love for a number of reasons.
Why manufacturers should experiment more – the innovations that became a hit Smartphone manufacturers over the years have tried a little bit of everything in their attempts to innovate – so we’re celebrating breaking the mold.
Why we miss the Moto X With the Motorola of old a thing of the past, and the new Moto not exactly exciting, we take a nostalgic look back at one of our favorite device lines in its heyday: the Moto X.
$1,000 phones are an inevitable side effect of commoditization Charging $1,000 or more for a phone may seem extortionate to many, but it’s the price to pay if premium brands are to keeping standing out from the pack.
Three upcoming phones that could change everything Three upcoming phones could redefine the smartphone in our time. As smartphones become more and more common, OEMs need to branch out and get creative.
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