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Led by peripheral phone maker HTC, this new wave of phones look much the same as those that have come before it – at least on the outside. Inside, however, they contain the software needed to transform the entire internet as we know it, and in doing so take the power back from the technology giants that dominate it. The idea is to give people back control of their data and end the exploitation and monetisation of people's private lives by the likes of Facebook and Google.
Feb 14 (Reuters) - HTC Corp: * SAYS JAN SALES DOWN 70.5 PERCENT Y/Y Source text in Chinese: https://bit.ly/29I3zX1 Further company coverage: (Reporting by Hong Kong newsroom)
Jan 4 (Reuters) - HTC Corp: * SAYS DEC SALES DOWN 66.4 PERCENT Y/Y AT T$1.35 BILLION ($43.75 million) Source text in Chinese: https://bit.ly/2R7SrLe Further company coverage: ($1 = 30.8580 Taiwan dollars) ...
Nov 14 (Reuters) - HTC Corp: * SAYS Q3 AFTER-TAX NET LOSS T$2.62 BILLION ($84.73 million) Source text in Chinese: https://bit.ly/2QIezaO Further company coverage: ($1 = 30.9200 Taiwan dollars) (Reporting ...
Smartphone innovation may have stuttered to a halt in recent years, but HTC has a plan to reinvent the ubiquitous device while also reshaping the entire internet while it’s at it. The Taiwanese firm revealed its vision for the future of smartphones at the Consensus 2018 cryptocurrency conference in New York, explaining how it will utilise blockchain technology to support cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and ethereum. “Our vision is to expand the blockchain ecosystem by creating the world’s first phone dedicated to decentralized applications and security,” HTC states on a website dedicated to the new device.
Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC Corp said its sales fell nearly 68 percent in June, its biggest slump in more than two years, as the struggling firm continues to lose customers amid intensifying competition with nimbler manufacturing rivals. Once a favorite with consumers and investors, HTC's popularity has dwindled with the emergence of rivals such as Apple, Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, and more recently China's Xiaomi Corp. HTC said its June sales fell to T$2.2 billion ($72 million), from T$6.9 billion a year ago and T$2.45 billion in May.
Smartphone maker HTC plans to slash around a quarter of its global workforce through job cuts at its manufacturing unit in Taiwan, in a bid to better manage resources as the company continues to battle dwindling sales. The job cuts indicate fresh hiccups for the struggling Taiwanese mobile phone maker that once sold one in 10 smartphones globally, but has seen its market share decline amid mounting competition from Apple, Samsung Electronics Co and Chinese rivals. HTC said it would cut 1,500 jobs in its manufacturing unit in Taiwan.
July 2 (Reuters) - HTC Corp: * SAYS IT PLANS TO SLASH 1,500 JOBS IN MANUFACTURING UNIT IN TAIWAN Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Reporting by Hong Kong newsroom)
Well, plenty of new stuff, actually, even if at first glance the HTC U12+ does look like many of the other handsets on the market right now, though there’s no notch here, which will please many. HTC, like Nokia, has always had an exceptional eye for colour and that’s the first thing you notice here. HTC calls this Liquid Surface design and it’s very eye-catching.
May 4 (Reuters) - HTC Corp: * SAYS UNAUDITED CONSOLIDATED REVENUE AT T$2.10 BILLION ($70.72 million) IN APRIL, T$10.89 BILLION IN JAN-APRIL Source text in English: https://bit.ly/2w7OFHm Further company ...
April 9 (Reuters) - HTC Corp: * SAYS MARCH SALES DOWN 46.7 PERCENT Y/Y AT T$2.8 BILLION ($95.84 million) Source text in Chinese: http://mops.twse.com.tw/mops/web/t146sb05 Further company coverage: ($1 ...
Shares of Taiwan's HTC Corp jumped more than 7 percent on Tuesday after the mobile phone maker said it expects a financial boost from a deal sealed with Alphabet Inc's Google earlier this year. HTC on Monday reported a net loss of T$9.8 billion ($337.3 million) in the fourth quarter, its biggest on record, due in part to competition and inventory write-downs, but said it was upbeat going forward due to the Google deal. "HTC successfully completed the US$1.1 billion business co-operation agreement with Google at the end of January, and the gain related to the transaction will be recognised in Q1'18, enabling greater investment in emerging technologies, which will be vital across all of our businesses and present significant long-term growth opportunities," the Taiwanese firm said in a statement.
TAIPEI, March 27 (Reuters) - Shares of Taiwan's HTC Corp rose more than 4 percent in early trade on Tuesday after it said it expects to get a boost from a deal sealed with Google earlier this year. The ...
In Steven Spielberg's new movie "Ready Player One," disgruntled citizens in the year 2045 don virtual reality headsets to enter a digital universe where they can dance at hot clubs or race fancy cars through the streets of New York. "Ready Player One," based on a novel by Ernest Cline, features a group of teenagers who spend their days in VR goggles, suits and gloves to maneuver their avatars through a computerized wonderland called the Oasis. "You have a choice to spend all your time there, or make connections in the real world with real people, real eye contact," Spielberg said told Reuters in an interview.
March 26 (Reuters) - HTC Corp: * SAYS ITS Q4 AFTER-TAX NET LOSS AT T$9.8 BILLION ($337.08 million) Source text English: https://bit.ly/2DUs3ZG Further company coverage: ($1 = 29.0730 Taiwan dollars) (Reporting ...