The Taiwanese phone maker is reportedly not going to make its own devices for the Indian market and leave it to three local players.
Amazingly, we've had to make the same comparison for the November 2018 report: 70 percent down from the same month the year before.
Tens of thousands of 3G-only customers need to be moved over before the network shuts down at the end of the year. They're getting toilet paper as a gift.
HTC has announced that it will be staying in the premium arena in addition to pushing further in the mid-range smartphone category.
The Taiwanese tech manufacturer wrote off just over US$200 million from its smartphone division as it switches strategies into 2019.
The new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 called First Snow White has been launched in Taiwan, and we can only hope to get this device in other markets
Perhaps the HTC U13 will still be out next year, but it won't be the flagship phone that we've expected from this company for years.
Taiwanese component companies serving Apple are listening carefully as to whether its big client will add or cut orders this holiday season.
What will be running inside of the newest regular MacBook coming this fall? Last year's silicon with a 2018 twist. How much will it cost?
We're talking around 23,900 or 24,900 New Taiwan Dollars — that's roughly between 800 to 850 US Dollars. And the 64GB pricing isn't so hot, either.
Two reports came out of Japan and Taiwan. One more then got out from Taiwan. Then came Canada, China, Greece and Hong Kong. What's up with the iPhone 8?
Two cases, one each in Japan and Taiwan, have shown up in the first week of iPhone 8 Plus deliveries. The screen and body come apart.
We've known about the existence of a limited HTC U Ultra edition with a sapphire screen for quite some time, so today's launch is hardly surprising.
It's only in a 32GB memory configuration and in the gold color. It sounds ridiculous, but it seems that Apple is playing the price game.
Apple's largest contractor for assembling iPhones may be down with the idea of setting up shop in the US amid major political and economic pressures.
Good news for the Taiwanese manufacturer and its investors as Google Pixel sales are starting up. Could money from its manufacture have helped HTC?