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HTC taps Orange for new CEO

Struggling Taiwanese device maker HTC has finally found a full-time CEO by tapping into the European telecoms scene.

Is the VR market primed to pluck?

For all the promise of virtual reality (VR) the consumer appetite remains as somewhat of an unknown. Theoretically the technology could revolutionise the entertainment space, but we’re currently in a bit of a waiting game.

The HTC fall from grace is quite remarkable

In years gone, HTC was one of the most successful and sought-after smartphone brands worldwide, but time has not been kind for the Taiwanese firm as financials for 2018 emerge.

Telecoms news you may have missed

With days getting hotter, the pubs becoming more appealing and summer holidays last approaching, most would forgive you for missing a few of the telecoms stories from last week. We’ve got your back.

Why can’t we be friends – HTC

One area of concern when looking into the development of virtual reality is withdrawal from society, however for HTC development of the platform has to be built on the idea of being social.

HTC Q3 not quite as bad as feared

Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC has released its Q3 numbers and, while they were pretty ugly, they were towards the top end of its guidance.

HTC set to make cuts after Q2 reverse

Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC reported Q2 2015 revenues at the low end of its revised forecast, as expected, and indicated significant job cuts as a result.

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