The Hindu Business Line  Jun 22  Comment 
IT services provider HTC Global Services has acquired Ciber, a US-based IT consulting services and outsourcing company, for a consideration of $93 million. This acquisition will get over 3,500 employ...
The Hindu Business Line  Jun 21  Comment 
Somewhere over the years, HTC, after having been at the forefront of pioneering the premium Android smartphone, lost out to other players. Despite having made the Pixel for Google, HTC’s own phones we...
TechCrunch  Jun 14  Comment 
 HTC is back at E3 this year for its sophomore turn at the gaming expo, after its first show in 2016 following closely on the heels of the Vive VR headset’s consumer launch. I spoke to HTC VP of VR Dan O’Brien at this year’s E3, to find out...
TechCrunch  Jun 12  Comment 
 Squeezable sides are a very bad reason to buy a phone. Especially now, when the U11’s Edge Sense doesn’t do a whole hell of a lot. Who knows, perhaps one day it will do much more than simply launching favorite apps. But even then, squeezable...
Forbes  Jun 1  Comment 
Is it worth paying $99 for a better audio experience in virtual reality?
TechCrunch  May 30  Comment 
 At launch the HTC Vive VR headset definitely had its shortcomings, but the people at HTC seem to have decided that there’s no point waiting for a second generation to correct some of these issues. The Deluxe Audio Strap, a $100 add-on that...
TechCrunch  May 25  Comment 
 There are only a few virtual reality titles that I’ve played where I need a bit of a “come down” period to regroup my thoughts and start thinking like a real human again. SUPERHOT VR is one of those titles. Today, the Rift-exclusive is...
Wall Street Journal  May 19  Comment 
Ciber Inc. won court approval to sell its assets to HTC Global Services Inc., after the company prevailed with a $93 million bid in an auction this week.
TechCrunch  May 17  Comment 
 Today, at Google’s I/O developer conference, the company teased that it will be working on Daydream all-in-one virtual reality headsets with partners like HTC, maker of the Vive VR headset, as well as Lenovo. These headsets will be coming in...
Forbes  May 16  Comment 
HTC's U11 smartphone announced Tuesday has eight sensors that let users activate functions with short or long squeezes on either side. This device could give the Taiwanese developer a long-sought lift in market share.





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