Taiwan IT industry, for a long time the leading among all Asian nations in terms of hardware manufacturing, has had its ups and downs over the decades. Does anyone still remember FIC (First International Computer), once the world’s leading mainboard maker? Or Elitegroup as the close second, while today’s leaders, Gigabyte, ASUS and MSI were far behind? Not many do… The gigantic Formosa Plastics consortium, which owned FIC, continued down the road with VIA Technologies and HTC, showing their love for three lettered acronyms. While these two still survive, the twisted sense of marketing and PR in these companies – one of the stones around their
Developer kits will be free of charge, but supplies are limited.
Shakeup at the company as its top designer departs.
Word comes out of Taipei Friday that HTC’s Peter Chou has departed the top position at the company.
FeelReal has made the virtual reality equivalent of smell-o-vision with a curious mask that simulates the sense of smell and even wind breeze.
No Half-Life 3 reveal today, sorry.
The beleaguered Taiwanese handset maker is betting on new product lines to reverse its long decline.
HTC’s One M9 will struggle to stand out in a competitive marketplace.
Renown games maker Valve partners with mobile phone manufacturer HTC to bring the Vive VR headset into the virtual reality market.
HTC and Samsung both introduced their new low-cost mid-tier smartphones to Taiwan on the same day.
HTC sees sluggish business for Q1 but expects a boost for 2016 with partnership with UA.
HTC’s senior global online communications manager describes iPhone as a “boring handset” if it is compared with the “Hima.”
HTC will sponsor three professional online gaming teams in 2015.
The iPhone 6 64GB was the most popular smartphone in Taiwan for last December
HTC is planning to launch more branch stores in Taiwan in 2015
Barclays upgraded its stock rating for HTC, now that the smartphone maker has new strategy
Hiku scans, records, categorizes, locates, and marks your favorite items to make shopping a no-brainer. The handheld device scans bar codes on your favorite and incidental items. The item is then listed on a shopping list on your smartphone ready to take to the store. You can assign an item to any number of user-named lists – Safeway, Petsmart, RiteAid, GNC, and so forth. Head for the store, display your shopping list on your phone and proceed down the aisles. In this review, I’ll show you with pictures how easy it was to install, learn, and use. I’ll also tell you what I did and
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