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    HP is getting back into tablets, this time with Android (and not with webOS with the ill-fated Touchpad). Their first device in this category is a budget device that reminds us a lot of the Nexus 7 but with worse specs and a low price. It has a 7" 1024x600 LCD display and is powered by an A9 Cortex CPU with 1GB of RAM. It's running on Android 4.1 and comes without a skin on top of Android. Interestingly, it has Beats Audio, making it the first non-HTC device to bring this audio-enhancing technology since the aforementioned TouchPad. It also has 8GB of storage, but unlike the Nexus 7, you ...

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    If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. Then quit. No use being a damn fool about it. -W.C. Fields Like all corporations, Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC has seen its share of ups and downs; this year, it's mostly faced the latter. The company's financials continue to tumble as it struggles to recover from a rough 2011, when it pushed out a bevy of mediocre smartphones instead of honing its focus on one flagship line. HTC executed something of a reboot earlier this year, pushing out the One X to generally favorable reviews, but then found itself almost immediately steamrolled by ...

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    We've heard a lot about the relationship between HTC and Beats Audio over the course of this year so far. After making a massive investment in the company, HTC started featuring its headphones and EQ technology, only to later scale things back by ditching the bundled hardware. More recently, we heard rumors that HTC might break things off with Beats altogether in an attempt to save a little money, but HTC later denied those allegations. A new rumor suggests that we might see something very different from the future of the relationship between these two companies, with the release of a ...

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    The phone we used to know by the codename Golf -- which made an appearance recently -- was rumored to end up on shelves as either the HTC Wildfire C or the HTC Desire C. The Taiwanese phone maker made the device official and the HTC Desire C is their newest Android smartphone with Beats Audio integration. It is marketed by HTC as an accessible device but with a premium design. It runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich with HTC's own Sense 4.0 on top of it. Under the hood there's a Qualcomm Snapdragon S1 processor clocking in at 600MHz -- of course single-core -- so don't expect stellar ...

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