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Friday, 16.01.15
MWC 15: HTC prepares for its Mobile World Congress 15 launch - Sends out Invitation for its "Utopia Event"
Posted by Arne Hess - at 16:58 CET under 01 - General News

As HTC announced today via Twitter and personal invitations, the Taiwanese smartphone specialist is preparing to unveil its 2015 portfolio during this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. At least it's expected that it will be HTC's next high-end smartphone, following last year's HTC One (M8) which HTC didn't announced during the Mobile World Congress but through its own event in London. Nevertheless, the invitation headline reads "htc - utopia in progress" which is a clear indicator that HTC isn't going to talk about another "bread and butter" phone (as the company did at its last year's Mobile World Congress press event), but about something better and more exiting.

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RUMOR: Is Amazon preparing for its European Amazon Fire TV Stick launch?
Posted by Arne Hess - at 16:40 CET under 01 - General News

Being an Amazon Fire TV Stick user, which I imported straight from the U.S. the day Amazon announced it last fall, so far the Fire TV Stick had no real function since Amazon isn't supporting it outside the U.S., with non-American user accounts. Sure you can side-load apps to it (something I did to make it useful), but Amazon prevented access to its VOD library which is included - free of charge - for Amazon Prime customers. However, this changed this week since Amazon seems to have changed a server-side configuration since the company hasn't issued a firmware update. Since this week, German Fire TV Stick customers can see and access the Prime VOD library and can even playback the content their.

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Thursday, 08.01.15
CONNECTIVITY: HTC adds YouTube Live Broadcasting to its RE by HTC Convenience Camera [UPDATE]
Posted by Arne Hess - at 15:00 CET under 04 - Android News

Following last year's launch of the HTC RE "convenience camera", HTC just announced the upcoming launch of the promised YouTube live streaming capabilities which makes the RE quite unique. The RE's latest feature add-on allows consumers, bloggers and citizen journalists to easily share the moment by connecting the RE camera to their YouTube channel and sending a live broadcast link to viewers around the world. Available for Android devices Jan. 9, through a free update to the RE app in the Google Play store, the new live streaming feature allows RE users to not only capture great video with ease, but also to share special moments and favorite events with those who can't be there.

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Wednesday, 08.10.14
QUICKVIEW: Hands-on with the HTC RE "Convenience Camera" for Android and iOS
Posted by Arne Hess - at 22:47 CET under 08 - Reviews

Today's announced HTC RE, which was so far rumored to be HTC's competitor to the GoPro camera, is everything but an action camera. I would call it a "convenience camera" which comes closer to the Flip cameras, some of you might remember. Quite typical for HTC, the RE comes with a stunning yet minimalist cylindrical design, which reminds a little bit on a kitchen sink or inhalator (and with its 96.7 x 26.5 mm, and a weight of 65.5 grams, it's roughly the same size even if it's a little bit heavier). Thanks to this design, the RE is made to be held naturally and comfortably in the palm of a hand and it allows to never worry again about missing a moment by fumbling between modes, as RE's built-in grip sensor instantly activates the camera as it's picked up.

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OFFICIAL: HTC announces the HTC RE - A remarkable little "Convenience Camera" for Android and iOS
Posted by Arne Hess - at 22:46 CET under 04 - Android News

Right together with HTC's Desire Eye launch, HTC also announced today its latest non-smartphone product - the HTC RE. This remarkable little "convenience" camera comes with a stunning yet minimalist cylindrical design, RE is made to be held, and fits naturally and comfortably in the palm of a hand. It allows to never worry again about missing a moment by fumbling between modes, as RE's built-in grip sensor instantly activates the camera as it's picked up, eliminating the need for a power button. Its large, tactile shutter button captures photos with a single tap and videos with a longer press, making it fun and super-easy to capture high-quality, creative imagery or video.

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