HTC is already starting to work on other devices, despite the hugely positive reception by critics and users alike regarding the HTC One. The company is also currently trying to get the HTC One supply issues sorted out, with many regions still in the dark.
Author Jon Devo
Sadly, a new Forbes report on the subject of Apple innovation drops a big bomb on the chances of Apple regaining success this year, with new and innovative products.
With the launch of Google Glass Exploration Pack to lucky winners and developers, Google has finally released the API and specifications for Glass. The end product seems very much similar to a mid-range smartphone.
Foxconn is reportedly employing 10,000 workers per week to prepare for iPhone 5S production. The Chinese manufacturer halted employment early February, but has started grabbing more workers.
Microsoft is apparently readying up a touch enabled smartwatch, to join the line of companies preparing to explore eyewear and wearable technology. Already Samsung, Apple and Google have had rumours about new smartwatches being developed.
The iPad 5 will reportedly feature a slimmer design and redesign to fit with the iPad Mini. The thinner design will come from Apple reduced LED size. The next iPad will also move to a film-based touch sensor.
Samsung has been a big supporter of plastic designs, most all their mobile products come with the plastic casing, making them cheap and pretty undesirable for those with a bit of phone class.
Microsoft’s next generation Surface tablets include a 7-inch version
The BlackBerry Q10 is a touchscreen and QWERTY keyboard smartphone, what BlackBerry is calling “the best of both worlds”, for those faithful small key bashers.