HTC has suspended the sale of its smartphones in the UK, as part of an ongoing patent dispute. Non-practising entity IPCom claimed that, as a result of its claim of patent infringement, HTC had indicated it would suspend the sale and importation of the recently launched Desire 12 handset to the UK market, in addition to taking steps to stop sales of all of its mobile devices in the UK.
With 5G looming, many might be considering updating their devices to take advantage of the faster connectivity. If all you want is 5G connectivity, HTC has unveiled the HTC 5G Hub, a new device that will bring these faster speeds to all your devices via Wi-Fi.
VirnetX Holding Corporation today announced it has entered into a Patent Standstill Agreement with HTC. The deal was facilitated by VirnetX's licensing partner, IPVALUE Management Inc.
Google has announced that the following partners will be rolling out Android 8 Oreo by the end of the year. The company announced Android 8.0 Oreo yesterday and promptly released the system images.
HTC has registered what appears to be the Pixel 2 with the FCC. A smartphone with model number G011A was spotted before, when it received its Wi-Fi certification, although at the time there was little to suggest that this was the Pixel 2.
HTC VIVE today announced VR For Impact, a $10 Million program to drive VR content and technologies that will create positive impact and change in support of the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.
Alibaba Cloud, the cloud computing arm of Alibaba Group, today announced strategic partnership with HTC, where both companies will partner to explore high scalable and price-competitive virtual reality solutions.
Security Researchers at Check Point have discovered four Android vulnerabilities dubbed QuadRooter that affect 900 million devices, or basically any device using a Qualcomm chipset.
Today at VRLA, the world's largest virtual reality expo, the team at Vive announced VIVEPORT, the destination for VR content and experiences.
HTC has announced the formation of the Virtual Reality Venture Capital Alliance ("VRVCA"), a consortium of 28 of the world's top venture capital firms who invest in the VR industry.