HTC today announced two new devices coming soon – the HTC U Ultra and the HTC U Play. It’s the HTC U Ultra however that has my interest piqued and the one that will be available here in the US. 216 more words
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I’ll be the first to admit that I used to not be very fond of using my smartphone for vacation photos. While photos from a smartphone are decent, I’ve always liked the image quality on a point and shoot camera or my mirrorless camera way more and would only trust my memories with them. 681 more words
There is really only one way to test the water resistance of a camera – go out in heavy rain, shoot for a period of time, and see what happens. 364 more words
Compute Card is intended as a more versatile replacement for the Compute Stick.
A concept render of Intel’s Compute Card.
Intel mostly missed the boat on smartphones, but the company is trying to establish a firm foothold in the ever-broadening marketplace for connected appliances and other smart things.526 more words
LAS VEGAS—The annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas tries to get consumers (and the media) excited for the new year with a treasure trove of new devices. 1,594 more words
Like all carrier purchased smartphones, the HTC Bolt comes with several apps preinstalled from Sprint, commonly referred to as bloatware. Bloatware is basically any preinstalled app that wouldn’t normally come on an unlocked, carrier free version of the device. 348 more words