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The new HTC One will be the first to feature the HTC UltraPixel Camera.

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The new HTC One will be the first to feature the HTC UltraPixel Camera.

HTC’s UltraPixel Cameras Are Becoming an Ultra Headache

It was supposed to be the feature that makes HTC outshine Samsung Electronics and Apple. Instead, the complications of producing a camera with what the company calls UltraPixels has forced HTC to delay the roll-out of its HTC One smartphone....

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"Terry" Gou Tai-Ming, chairman and president of Hon Hai Precision Industry Co Ltd., speaks in his office building at the Foxconn City complex in Shenzhen, China, in 2010.

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"Terry" Gou Tai-Ming, chairman and president of Hon Hai Precision Industry Co Ltd., speaks in his office building at the Foxconn City complex in Shenzhen, China, in 2010.

Foxconn Doesn’t Want to Be Confused With Foxconn, So It’s Changing Its Name

For years, the world has had trouble wrapping its head around that behemoth known to us all as Foxconn. Not helping matters has been the fact that Taiwan-based Foxconn Technology Group is actually a name given to a collection of...

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Samsung introduced the Galaxy S4 at a Broadway-style event in New York.

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Samsung introduced the Galaxy S4 at a Broadway-style event in New York.

Samsung’s Galaxy S4 Launch Was From Another Planet

Gadget makers tend to go over-the-top with their product launches, but Samsung Electronics was in another galaxy tonight. The Korean tech company brought in Broadway performers for a mammoth production at New York’s iconic Radio City Music Hall, which seats...

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Photograph by Julian Stratenschulte/AP Photo

Photograph by Julian Stratenschulte/AP Photo

Forget the Batphone. Here Comes the Merkelphone

German Chancellor Angela Merkel is getting a new phone. In fact, she’s buying almost 10,000 of them, for something in the neighborhood of $31 million. This summer, the German government will get the first of about 9,600 hack-proof handsets. The...

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