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Wednesday 13 July 2016
Taiwan market: HTC begins marketing Vive via retail channels
HTC has begun marketing its Vive through retail channels in the Taiwan market. The company aims to establish up to 100 experience shops for the VR device by year-end 2016.
Friday 8 July 2016
Japan market: HTC launches HTC Vive
HTC on July 7 announced the launch of HTC Vive, its first virtual reality (VR) device, in the Japan market and is cooperating with several local retail chains and games developers...
Tuesday 5 July 2016
Taiwan market: HTC Vive availability starting on July 12
Following its entry into the Japan market on July 7, High Tech Computer's (HTC) Vive will become available in Taiwan on July 12, according to a Chinese-language Apple Daily...
Tuesday 5 July 2016
Sales of HTC Vive headsets reach 100,000 units, says report
Sales of the HTC Vive are approaching the 100,000-unit mark, according to a Road to VR report, citing data from Steam Spy. The Vive has been on the market for about three...
Tuesday 28 June 2016
HTC to start marketing Vive via retail shops in Japan
HTC has announced that it will hold a press conference in Tokyo on July 7 to promote sales of its HTC Vive through physical retail shops in Japan.
Monday 27 June 2016
HTC seeks to spin off VR business
The establishment of an independent VR (virtual reality) subsidiary will help HTC build alliances with, or solicit equity investment from, potential strategic partners, HTC president...
Thursday 19 May 2016
HTC US still taking orders for Vive, says company
Consumers in the US are still able to order the HTC Vive via HTC's official website in the country, the vendor's senior global online communications manager Jeff Gordon has said in...
Monday 25 April 2016
HTC to hold Vive strategy, ecosystem conference in Beijing
HTC will hold a conference on strategy and ecosystem for HTC Vive in the China market in Beijing on April 26. Company chairperson and CEO Cher Wang will host the meeting.
Friday 22 April 2016
HTC ties up with Dassault Systemes to develop business VR solutions
HTC has signed a strategic partnership agreement with 3D software solution provider Dassault Systemes, and together the two firms will aim to develop business-use virtual reality...
Wednesday 20 April 2016
Over 100 China makers rushing into VR device market
More than 100 companies in China have stepped into the development of virtual reality (VR) devices, focusing on entry-level products initially, according to trade sources.
Wednesday 6 April 2016
HTC teams up with London-based Harrods to promote HTC Vive
HTC has announced that it will team up with Harrods to establish an HTC Vive experience zone at its flagship department store in London, offering customers the ability to get hands-on...
Friday 11 March 2016
HTC new flagship smartphone to support Vive, says report
HTC's new flagship model for 2016, likely to be named HTC One 10, will support its forthcoming VR (virtual reality) device, the Vive, according to a Taipei-based Central News...
Friday 18 December 2015
HTC virtual reality business to take off in 2016, says chairwoman
Smartphone vendor HTC is poised to launch its first VR (virtual reality) device, Vive, in April 2016 and develop its VR platform, and will further develop augmented reality (AR) technology,...
Wednesday 9 December 2015
HTC to launch Vive in April 2016
HTC has announced via Facebook that its first virtual reality (VR) device, the HTC Vive, will not be available to consumers until next spring.
Friday 24 July 2015
Taiwan market: HTC releases HTC One E9 dual sim
HTC has added a new member to its HTC One family lineup, the HTC One E9 dual sim, in the Taiwan market. The new model will take on Samsung Electronics' newly released Galaxy A8 and...
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