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Amazon And HTC Allegedly Partnering To Create An Amazon Smartphone

amazon_htcDriven by the success of the Amazon Kindle range of tablets and e-readers, Amazon has allegedly been in talks with HTC to produce a range of smartphones using a forked version of the Android operating system.

HTC may have recently reported its first quarterly loss but they still have some appeal to consumers and to commercial organisations too. Details of the HTC One Max were released early following a press leak for the device and this will be the most recent addition to the popular One flagship series. However, the Taiwanese manufacturer has struggled to relive the glory they enjoyed with budget devices like the Desire and the Wildfire. Continue reading

HTC Reports First Loss As Samsung Predicts Record Profits

htc-and-samsung-logos-300x300HTC has reported its first quarterly loss as it loses ground to rivals but Samsung has forecast record profits of £5.8bn for the third quarter of this year, thanks to increased smartphone sales.

HTC has endured a difficult run of things. The release of smartphones like the Wildfire and the Desire helped put the Taiwanese manufacturer on the radar of smartphone and tech lovers everywhere. However, as they attempted to make the step up to the high end market and as other companies emerged to take market share away, they have struggled to match their early success.

The company has posted results for the quarter up to September and it is the first time that they have had to post a loss rather than a profit. They lost the equivalent of £62m during the three Continue reading

HTC To Gradually Abandon Windows Phone

htc-quietly-brilliantSources claim that Taiwanese manufacturer HTC are to slowly abandon the Windows Phone operating system, concentrating instead on Android and leaving the Windows market to dominant Nokia.

The Windows Phone 8X is reportedly performing well for HTC but reports indicate that the comapn yare concerned by Nokia’s increased dominance over the Windows Phone market. As such, they are considering moving firmly to an Android position. Continue reading