COMPANY NEWS: Asus has appointed Archetype as its creative agency in Australia. Archetype will work with ASUA on local creative camaigns with a focus on brand awareness and category creation for upcoming projects.
HTC Vive launches a series of virtual reality products to create the best immersive experience for its customers.
Quest Payments, an Australian-owned and Melbourne-based technology provider, has received approval from the payments regulator Australian Payments Network (AusPayNet) for its Tap-to-Phone payments solution, Airpay TAP, which was launched in October last year.
The HTC 5G Hub can be ordered today, delivering 5G speeds in active areas, and working as a 4GX modem elsewhere (although no 3G capabilities are within), with Telstra saying it isn't just Australia's first 5G/4GX media hotspot, but the world's, too.
Virtual reality headset manufacturer HTC has announced the open and free Wave SDK to provide developers, hardware vendors and end users an easy platform and content store.
In a world of glowing rectangles, where manufacturers strive to outdo each other on features and benefits, and try outdoing Apple, HTC's newest U12+ flagship doubles down on Edge Sense to be edgily different.
With impressive flagship specs and very cool features other phones don't offer, HTC has doubled down on its genuinely useful edge-case UI that is really quite touching as never before.
HTC's renowned HTC Vive virtual reality headset has received an upgrade to the Vive Pro, with pre-orders now possible, and the existing Vive getting a $120 price cut.
Boasting a wallet-friendly price of A$599 while offering "squeezable Edge Sense, amazing cameras, weather-resistant design, USonic noise cancelling earbuds, and a pure Android experience designed by Google," HTC wants to get back into your life.
One of the most anticipated VR titles to date is Fallout 4 VR, and though it's due on 12 December, purchasers of an HTC Vive from today will get it free.
Security company Avast says it has found similarities between the code injected into CCleaner and the APT17/Aurora malware created by a Chinese advanced persistent threat group in 2014/2015.
Czech cyber security company Avast has substantiated the findings by Cisco's Talos Intelligence Group that malware hidden in CCleaner, a popular application that allows Windows users to perform routine maintenance on their systems, was aimed at big technology companies in the US, Europe and Asia.
Android fragmentation and Google’s “increasingly mute voice” are reasons why the latter company needs to “raise the stakes and engage with manufacturers”, according to Dr John Baptista.
Ok, ok, so it’s a US$1.1 billion “co-operation agreement”, with Google getting some HTC staff and a non-exclusive licence for HTC intellectual property, but let’s face it, this is Google’s second phone company purchase.
The word on the street regarding Google’s Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2 models is one of two manufacturers, no headphone jack and seeming jack-all chance of success.
HTC has a world first – the addition of Edge Sense to a flagship class phone which means one can now say, “She’s my main squeeze.”
Google has announced a new stand-alone DayDream headset that cuts the cable and eliminates the need for a VR-enabled smartphone.
HTC has introduced its U11 flagship Android smartphone that has “edge sense” – one can short or long squeeze the phone’s sides to initiate various actions.
There was a time when HTC’s One was “the number one” – now that designation has moved to the mid-range “with benefits” with the HTC One X10 at $549 outright or as little as $5 per month on a plan.
The beautiful, big HTC U Ultra is part of HTC’s strategy to regain its premium position and it does a good job in a very crowded flagship market.
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