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06.04.2013

HTC COO Steps Down After a Solid May

Sometimes things get better for HTC, but for the most part they just keep getting worse. HTC COO Matthew Costello has stepped down after joining in 2010. For anyone keeping track, Costello now joins an alarmingly long, and growing, list of HTC executives that have departed the company recently. So, yeah, that's not so good. In other news, HTC had a pretty solid May.They reported a 48% increase in sales, which is certainly nothing to scoff at. Of course, the HTC One is still trailing behind the Galaxy S4, despite critical opinion siding with the One. Things might look even better if the HTC First was a hit, but, well, ya know. Via: Tech Crunch

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05.09.2013

HTC First Dead in the Water?

In case it wasn't at least semi-obvious by the recent drop in price, the HTC First has so far been a failure. Trip Chowdhry, a Global Equities Research analyst, estimates that the HTC First sold less than 10,000 upon its release. If that's true, it's horrible. Of course, it's only an estimate. Chowdhry pins the low performance on a lack of "cool factor." Apparently the full Facebook integration doesn't really count. He doesn't count Facebook out of the game just yet, stating that once Facebook Home reaches a wider following, things may iron out. Facebook seems to be losing momentum in general, as millions of users from all over the world have been migrating to other services. Via: BGR Source: Benzinga

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05.09.2013

HTC Turns to Billboards in the UK

HTC's marketing has so far been minimal, even though they've dropped the "Quietly Brilliant" moniker. A polarizing ad have so far been the most prominent outlet. Not so in the UK, where HTC has recently erected giant billboards in several UK cities. The HTC One has been selling well in North America so far without a huge ad campaign, but that doesn't mean we couldn't use some more marketing muscle over here. Even though announced grown in April, they've still got a long way to go before they're anywhere near the top of the totem poll. The Galaxy S4 has so far not been received as well as the One. You know, in case anyone out there is keeping track. Via: Mobile News

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05.06.2013

HTC Sees Healthy Growth in April

Even though HTC reported dismal earnings for their Q1 profits, all is still not lost. April earnings were up by about 26% due to the success of the HTC One. HTC has been slowly on the upswing, but their situation is still delicate at best. The One is currently able to do most of the legwork for them and hopefully it will be enough to facilitate a full recovery. For those keeping track, HTC sales are now 71% ahead of what they were in February. If they can keep up their current momentum hopefully by the Fall we'll stop hearing about HTC and their "road to recovery." Via: Unwired View

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05.02.2013

HTC Quarterly Report Released

HTC have officially sent out a press release for their first quarter results. While the release does much to hype up the HTC One, there is good to be found here. HTC reports a net profit of NT$85 million (roughly $2,874,700.) They also report a quarterly revenue of NT$42.8 billion (roughly $1,454,260,000) and a gross margin of 20.3%. This is the report of a company that has had a rough quarter, but it's certainly not their worst. For Q2, HTC protects their profit margin to increase by 2-4% and their revenue to be around NT$70 million ($2,367,400) which will be a a nice increase. HTC are slowly getting back on their feet, due in no small part to the huge success of the HTC One. While HTC have decided to narrow their focus in the North American market, they have released a bevy of devices in Asia. Source: HTC

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05.06.2012

HTC Sees Healthy Growth in April

Even though HTC reported dismal earnings for their Q1 profits, all is still not lost. April earnings were up by about 26% due to the success of the HTC One. HTC has been slowly on the upswing, but their situation is still delicate at best. The One is currently able to do most of the legwork for them and hopefully it will be enough to facilitate a full recovery. For those keeping track, HTC sales are now 71% ahead of what they were in February. If they can keep up their current momentum hopefully by the Fall we'll stop hearing about HTC and their "road to recovery." Via: Unwired View

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