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    The down side to success is the pressure to keep on succeeding. HTC's 2013 flagship, the original HTC One (M7), defined "successful" in nearly every way. We awarded it one of the highest review scores we'd ever bestowed on a smartphone, a reception mirrored by most of the tech community. "Bravo HTC," we said of its stellar industrial design and innovative new features. Our opinion stayed much the same when the Sprint version came to town ("It's a phone that does it all – and does it very well"). Pocketnow readers selected the HTC One as their top smartphone of 2013. And the accolades ...

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    The HTC M8 leaks again, just as we were wondering what else is there to say at the event that would surprise us. This time around, following up on yesterday's hands-on video leaked (in German), we're seeing the M8 being compared to its predecessor, the 2013 flagship, the M7. Embedded below, for your viewing pleasure, is a video coming from TechSmartt on YouTube. The comparison looks at similarities and differences in design, hardware, software, and performance. The official unveiling event happens later in the day, but this video should get you through the waiting. Enjoy all nine minutes ...

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    We truly live in an amazing time. We have some of the most technologically advanced consumer electronics known to man, and we carry them around in our pockets! Although processors and GPUs have progressed at an almost alarming rate, one vital component has not kept up: the battery. Doing anything with our smartphones and tablets requires that they're "awake" -- the processor, RAM, and who knows what else has to be warmed up and consuming power to check email or get notifications. Today's processors can quickly scale from just a few hundred MHz up to a few thousand fairly quickly, and they ...

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    We knew it was coming sooner or later and with HTC's New York (and London) event, it is happening today. The Taiwanese phone-maker is one more key player that decided to move away from trade shows making Mobile World Congress just a tiny little bit unexciting and poor. The HTC M7/One has been rumored for quite some time and we're finally getting an announcement at 10:00 AM EST. The 2013 Android flagship made in Taiwan will be unveiled and we're giving you our first impressions about the phone, in real-time, as it happens. Check out our live hangout to be on top of news and hear our ...

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    Ever wonder what it's like to be in our shoes while the hottest mobile events on the planet are happening? We're about to change that. Join us tomorrow for our Special-Edition Pocketnow Live where we plan to give you our full office experience of what it's like to cover an event while our own Brandon Miniman and Michael Fisher are at the show floor at HTC's New York event covering everything. February 19th, 10:00 AM Eastern. Look out for our YouTube Channel and join us in the comments!

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the black HTC One leaks, and the rumors of a ZOE technology camera. Then Ubuntu takes the stage as it apparently will reach Nexus smartphones in a week.  Then we go through some Nokia Lumia leaks, which while not hot, make it an interesting case for their push to cheaper Windows Phones. Skype goes next as we talk about their new "video messenger" changes. We end today's show talking about Samsung and their new Galaxy Altius smart watch. All this and more after the break. Stories: - Black HTC One Leaked In Alleged Press Shots, To Pack 'ZOE' ...

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    HTC has really been saturating social media with teases for its February 19 event and the expected HTC One reveal, and you already may have seen it post images of a metallic slab and close-up eyeball, both showing glimpses of its new phone and promoting the event's date. Today there's a new one going out, showing a grouping of camera lenses and accessories. Like the others, that February 19 date is hidden in here as well, with 2, 9, and 13 spaced-out around the lens's rim. But besides simply teasing that date, can we read anything else from this? Despite the logo being blurred-out, this is ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the iOS 6.1 lock screen bugs. Then we move to the Nexus 4 and what Android 4.2.2 means to your device. The HTC One branding has now made some big highlights on soccer games and we can't wait for the M7 to be the next device featured. Then we move to the Galaxy Note 8 and the recent leaks coming from Samsung. We end today's show talking about Sailfish, and why it's worth your time. All this and more after the break. Stories: - iOS 6.1 Lock Screen Bypass Grants Access to Private Info - Nexus 4 Android 4.2.2 Update Arriving, Kills Hidden LTE - ...

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    It's seeming more and more likely that HTC's M7 will make its debut at the HTC One, and with just five days to go until the company's press event, the full story on the phone will be available very soon. In the meantime, some new rumors have arrived to help give us an idea of just how the smartphone will ultimately go up for sale, where you'll find it, and how much you could hope to pay. Last week, we saw some evidence suggesting that the handset could come to Europe on March 8, but today we look at its US release. According to this new info, T-Mobile, Sprint, and AT&T could get the ...

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    Still not sure which side to take in the HTC M7/HTC One controversy? While HTC itself seems to keep using M7, as we've from CEO Peter Chou himself, and seen referenced in the directory structure for the new teaser ads on the company's site, there's been growing support for One since we first heard the name rumored, seeing it pop-up on a UAProf listing. Now, we're still not willing to dismiss the idea that the handset could arrive under both names, possibly in different regions, but today we get some new evidence in favor of the HTC One, thanks to an eagle-eyed sports fan. At the Celtic ...

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    Camera quality is just one of the many metrics we use to gauge the overall capacity of a smartphone. Alongside performance, battery life, display quality, storage capacity, memory and a host of connectivity and sensors, the camera is one of the more important qualities of a smartphone. Specifications and performance are quickly approaching a threshold where reasonable and modest have been replaced with exceptional and excessive … in a good way. Only two areas are in dire need of improvement: battery life and image sensing. Battery life has met its fair share of hurdles over the years. ...

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    Rarely has the "lull" between trade shows given us so much to talk about. We kicked off the week with an exciting announcement welcoming two new members to the Pocketnow team, and since then we've barely been able to keep news, editorials, and videos on the front page long enough to read them. This feed is on fire. From ever-strengthening rumors about the HTC M7 and Samsung Galaxy S IV, to interviews with newcomers like Jolla, to new looks at old friends with BlackBerry 10, to modding and jailbreaking today's top smartphones, we've gotten a lot done since the last episode of the Weekly, ...

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    HTC continues its ongoing mission to keep building up excitement for its February 19 event, where it will almost certainly reveal its new Android flagship, the HTC M7 (or possibly the HTC One). Its latest salvo is a countdown clock, ticking away until that event's set to get started, highlighted with some short teaser videos of the new hardware. Digging into the page's code reveals it's pulling these clips from an "m7teaser" directory, and HTCSource managed to extract the set and upload them to YouTube for our watching convenience. While these shots are exceedingly brief, what little we ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the iOS 6.1.1 update and what it means for the Jailbreak community. Then we move to competing grounds and talk about Android 4.2.2, which just got released. The Galaxy S IV continues, though the rumors of a Galaxy S IV mini have us more skeptical than pleased. Then we talk about Nokia's recent leak of a probable tablet coming soon. We end today's show with a minor load of confusion, as now we can't figure out what the final design of the HTC M7 will be. All this and more after the break. Stories: - iOS 6.1.1 Could Arrive Very Soon, Fixing 3G ...

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    We've heard HTC's Peter Chou talk about how the company needs to get smarter with how it advertises its smartphones, and based on the teasers it's been releasing over the past couple weeks for its upcoming February 19 event, it just might have this buzz-building routine down. The latest isn't quite so eye-catching as last week's but it may just give us our first official look at HTC's next flagship. Like we said, this is pretty far removed from that weird "Alive Soon!" image that came out a week ago, and at first glance, it's just parroting the already-revealed date. Take a close look at ...

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