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1116 news items tagged HTC

  • HTC prepares Ultra HD VR HMD for 2018

    Friday 17 November 2017
    HTC is reportedly planning to release a new head-mounted display (HMD) supporting Ultra HD resolution in 2018 at the earliest, and together with the newly released standalone Vive...
  • HTC+unveils+Vive+Wave+VR+platform+to+promote+the+develpment+of+VR
    The number of VR (virtual reality) applications available at HTC's VR App store, Viveport, has reached over 1,100, including 800 supporting VR gaming arcades and over 300 supporting...
  • HTC has unveiled the Vive Focus, its all-in-one VR headset, at the Vive Developer Conference held in Beijing recently. The model features an AMOLED display, Qualcomm's Snapdragon...
  • HTC+counts+on+HTC+U11%2B+for+a+rebound+in+4Q17
    HTC has reported net losses of NT$3.1 billion (US$102.63 million) for the third quarter of 2017, the company's 10th consecutive quarterly loss. EPS for the quarter was negative NT$...
  • HTC revenues decrease in October

    Tuesday 7 November 2017
    HTC has reported consolidated revenues of NT$6.06 billion (US$201 million) for October, down 6.8% on month and 25.8% on year.
  • Taiwan market: HTC launches U11+

    Friday 3 November 2017
    HTC has launched its new flagship smartphone, the U11+, in the Taiwan market at NT$19,900 (US$660) unlocked for a 4GB RAM version and NT$21,900 for a 6GB RAM version.
  • Sales+of+iPhone+8+devices+riding+high+in+Taiwan
    Though demand for the iPhone 8 series has been weaker than expected, the new Apple smartphones still recorded the best sales in Taiwan in September, making Apple the top smartphone...
  • HTC has sent out invitations for a product event to be held in Taipei on November 2. It is highly anticipated that the vendor will unveil its first all-screen model, dubbed HTC U...
  • HTC
    HTC saw its consolidated revenues more than double sequentially to NT$6.51 billion (US$214.41 million) in September, buoyed by shipments of Pixel 2 smartphones to Google. The monthly...
  • HTC is expected to launch a new flagship smartphone in the fourth quarter of 2017 as it has vowed to continue to strive in the global smartphone market despite Google taking over...
  • Oppo+R11+was+the+top%2Dselling+smartphone+in+Taiwan+in+August
    Shipments of smartphones in the Taiwan market reached 589,000 units in August, decreasing 2.48% from the previous month as consumers were waiting for the release of new models from...
  • HTC, which built the world's first Android-based smartphone, the HTC Dream, in 2008, is facing new challenges after it signed a US$1.1 billion deal to hand over its ODM team or half...
  • htc+google
    Google and HTC have announced a definitive agreement under which certain HTC employees - many of whom are already working with Google to develop Pixel smartphones - will join Google...
  • HTC August revenues lowest in 13 years

    Thursday 7 September 2017
    HTC has reported consolidated revenues of NT$3 billion (US$99.69 million) for August, the company's lowest monthly figures in 13 years. August revenues also represented a decline...
  • HTC has launched an update version of its HTC One A9s in the Taiwan market aiming to further expand its market share. The product is available at NT$4,990 (US$165) unlocked.
  • zenfone4
    Taiwan's top-two smartphone vendors HTC and Asustek Computer are facing mounting pressure on how to make a turnaround of their beleaguered smartphone business amid increasing competition,...
  • China-based DPVR (previously known as Deepoon) overtook HTC as the top VR headset vendor in China in the second quarter of 2017 with shipments totaling 18,000 units, up 30% sequentially,...
  • HTC has declined to comment on recent market speculations indicating that the company is currently conducting a strategic assessment on its future, including options to spin off its...
  • Smartphone+shipments+to+the+Taiwan+market+dropped+in+July
    Shipments of smartphones in the Taiwan market reached 604,000 units in July, down 4.14% on month and 2.37% on year, according to data compiled by local channels.
  • Global sales of smartphones to end users totaled 366.2 million units in the second quarter of 2017, a 6.7% increase over the second quarter of 2016, according to Gartner. In the smartphone...
  • HTC announces US$200 cut for Vive

    Tuesday 22 August 2017
    In a move to make its VR devices more accessible to the mass market, HTC has announced a US$200 price reduction for its Vive virtual reality (VR) headsets.
  • HTC to offer Vive VR training to UPS

    Wednesday 16 August 2017
    HTC has tied up with UPS and will launch logistics training courses utilizing its Vive VR technology and devices at the courier's nine training centers in the US starting September...
  • HTC+still+counts+on+the+U11+smatphone+to+rekindle+sales+in+3Q17
    HTC has reported net losses of NT$1.95 billion (US$64.23 million) for the second quarter of 2017, the company's ninth straight unprofitable quarter although the losses narrowed from...
  • HTC July revenues down slightly

    Monday 7 August 2017
    HTC has reported consolidated revenues of NT$6.19 billion (US$204.91 million) for July, down 10.16% on month and 2.06% on year. July's revenues were the company's second highest monthly...
  • HTC+plans+to+launch+standalone+HTC+Vive
    The planned release of standalone VR head-mounted display (HMD) devices by hardware vendors including HTC and Oculus will help accelerate the development of the global VR market,...
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