HTC confirms that Vive Wireless doesn’t work with AMD hardware
HTC has confirmed that their new VR hardware isn’t compatible with AMD. HTC shipped their Vive Wireless in late September and the customers included both Intel and AMD users. While the device worked perfectly with Intel hard...
Deal Alert: HTC’s Vive gets discounted to $500
The $800 HTC Vive has now taken a $300 price cut off its original price, available for $500 ($499 to be precise) at Amazon.com and Vive, among others. Here’s what you get for $500 as per Amazon: FREE CONTENT WITH PURCHASE &...
HTC’s flagship Head Mounted Display Vive Pro now available for pre-order
HTC today announced that their flagship Head Mounted Display (HMD) Vive Pro is now available for pre-order globally at a price of $799. HTC also announced a $100 price reduction for the current Vive full kit, bringing the price do...
Google completes its billion dollar purchase of HTC’s mobile division
Google earlier announced that it would be purchasing the embattled smartphone manufacturer, HTC, and has now closed the deal. “I’m delighted that we’ve officially closed our deal with HTC, and are welcoming an incredibl...
Google’s latest flagship Pixel smartphones hit by another issue
Google introduced their much-awaited successors to its original Pixel smartphones earlier this month. The search engine giant launched the Pixel 2 XL with a “bezel-less” display made by LG, while the smaller Pixel 2, b...
HTC now giving away Fallout 4 VR for free with new Vive purchases
by Sean Chan
HTC cut the price of its Vive virtual reality headset by $200 in August, bringing the price of the headset down to only $599. The company is now offering further discounts to attract more sales of the headset. Today, the company a...
Google’s Nokia move with HTC made official, but at a knock-down price
As has been rumoured, Google has made official their purchase of HTC’s handset division. The deal would transfer phone development staff from HTC to Google and give Google a non-exclusive licence to HTC’s intellectual ...
HTC Vive gets a price cut to become accessible to the mass market
by Sean Chan
HTC is lowering the price of its Vive virtual reality headset. The hardware maker is cutting the price of the headset by a whopping $200 in order to make it more accessible to the mass market. HTC Vive now costs $599 with the pric...
HTC is showing literal ads on its flagship Android smartphones
by Sean Chan
HTC has recently started showing ads on top of the default keyboard on some of its Android flagship smartphones. Users are seeing ads for third-party services, possibly pulled from Google’s AdSense service, on top of the ke...