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HTC Sense 7.0 vs Sense 6.0: New features, tweaks and changes reviewed

HTC Sense 7.0 vs Sense 6.0: New features, tweaks and changes reviewed

By 23 March 2015

HTC Sense 7.0 made its debut on the HTC One M9. The M9 was announced at MWC 2015, has reviews currently hitting media outlets and is due in stores on 31 March. HTC Sense 7.0 follows Sense 6.0, one of the first times we've stepped forward without an incremental... >>

HTC appoints Cher Wang as CEO in leadership reshuffle

HTC appoints Cher Wang as CEO in leadership reshuffle

By 20 March 2015

The HTC board of directors has appointed Cher Wang as the new chief executive officer of the company. Wang, co-founder of HTC and the current chairman, is regarded as one of the most influential women in technology and now steps up to the role replacing... >>

O2's Refresh tariff kicks off preorders for new Samsung flagships, and the Edge is £100 upfront

O2's Refresh tariff kicks off preorders for new Samsung flagships, and the Edge is £100 upfront

By 20 March 2015

You can now pre-order Samsung latest flagship smartphones from O2, and you'll even get a free FitBit Charge with your purchase. Samsung's Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge phones can be bought online or over the phone under O2's Refresh tariff, which allows... >>

HTC One M9+ could be coming to Europe, and soon

HTC One M9+ could be coming to Europe, and soon

By 18 March 2015

Before the HTC One M9 launched, there was a rumour of a second, larger, device known as the Hima Ultra, or HTC One M9 Plus. That rumour has resurfaced, suggesting that this device will be coming to Europe (EMEA), and sooner than you might think. If you've... >>

HTC One E9 might be the M9's new cousin with a 5.5-inch Quad HD screen

HTC One E9 might be the M9's new cousin with a 5.5-inch Quad HD screen

By 10 March 2015

Just like last year, HTC is allegedly spinning off the HTC One M9 into a new One E9 variant. China's TENAA certification center recently revealed that the E9 is a 5.5-inch device (much like the 5-inch One M9). It doesn't have a curved metal back, but... >>

Forget lusting after a cinema room at home, in the future you'll need a virtual reality room

Forget lusting after a cinema room at home, in the future you'll need a virtual reality room

By 6 March 2015

For the last 20 years we've been lusting after one thing, one thing that eludes us to this day. You see, since the mid-nineties and the introduction of the first affordable Dolby Pro Logic sound systems, we've always fancied the idea of a home cinema... >>

8 smartphones with 3,000mAh batteries or larger, made to last longer

8 smartphones with 3,000mAh batteries or larger, made to last longer

By 6 March 2015

Mobile World Congress 2015 has shown us that bigger batteries aren't always going to keep coming. Samsung opted for smaller power cells in its Galaxy S6 than the previous generation – in favour of faster charging. But some people want to avoid charging... >>

Forget Oculus Rift, the incredible HTC Vive experience will blow your mind (hands-on)

Forget Oculus Rift, the incredible HTC Vive experience will blow your mind (hands-on)

By 4 March 2015

"Next, I'm going to take you deep underwater," a voice says quietly out of the tranquil darkness we're standing in. Our ears tell us we're underwater a fraction before the scene appears around us. "You're standing on the deck of a sunken wreck."  We... >>

The real theme of MWC 2015 was luxury

The real theme of MWC 2015 was luxury

By 4 March 2015

Mobile World Congress 2015 is almost behind us, but the theme of the show wasn't what we expected. It wasn't about Cat 9 LTE, it wasn't about 5G, it wasn't even about USB type-C. It was about luxury. MWC 2015 saw some notable launches. It perhaps wasn't... >>

Best smartwatches and wearables of MWC 2015: Pebble, LG, Huawei and more

Best smartwatches and wearables of MWC 2015: Pebble, LG, Huawei and more

By 4 March 2015

This year at Mobile World Congress the show floor has been well and truly taken over by wearables. Smartwatches are fast becoming almost as important as smartphones as far as manufacturers are concerned. And what better place to show them off than at... >>