HTC’s stock price is at its all-time low, and it looks like the price will continue to drop. This usually gives other companies the opportunity to make a bid for ailing firms, with fellow Taiwanese tech giant ASUS saying it is interested in buying HTC. Johnny Shih, ASUS chairman, said at its annual meeting that his […]
HTC’s stock price is at an all-time low. Sadly, it looks like its stock price continues to drop. This said, companies see this as a perfect opportunity to make a bid for the ailing Taiwanese phone maker. One of which is ASUS, who is also based in Taiwan. The news comes to us courtesy of Reuters. Johnny […]
ASUS will be lifting the lid on something new at CES 2015, which is just around the corner. The question is, however, what is the device maker planning to unveil. Before its press event kicks off at the trade show, ASUS has dropped a clue on what it has planned via morse code. If you […]
A number of manufacturers have made fun of the Apple iPhone 6 Plus’ susceptibility to bending. ASUS has joined the onslaught. Here’s what the company posted on its Facebook page (1, 2, & 3): https://www.facebook.com/ASUS/photos/a.186749591368447.43127.179161458793927/777744435602290/?type=1 https://www.facebook.com/ASUS/photos/a.186749591368447.43127.179161458793927/777683285608405/?type=1 https://www.facebook.com/ASUS/photos/a.186749591368447.43127.179161458793927/777734395603294/?type=1 Share your thoughts through a comment on our Phones LTD Facebook page.
Google has just lifted the lid on three entry-level smartphones under its new Android One program. These are the Karbonn Sparkle V, Spice Android One Dream UNO Mi-498, and Micromax Canvas A1, meaning Karbonn, Spice, and Micromax are Google’s partners under the program. Now we know that there are more manufacturers who have signed up […]
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