It turned out that HTC One users have lately some problems with connecting their devices to the Wi-Fi routers after the Android 4.4.2 update. Here we present the iconography solution of this problem.
It seems that we finally know the date – 25.03.2014 looks like the day when HTC will launch their new flagship device and the HTC One (M7) successor – HTC One M8 which is rumoured to be called "HTC One+" or "HTC One 2" or just " HTC One (M8)".
About the device itself we know pretty much already. Recently we wrote about the design (The HTC One 2014 (M8) design exposed) and we've seen some popular mock-ups made by hamdir in HTC One 2014 (M8) target renders, a visual compilation of all the leaks. I must say this all looks promising and we still hope to see HTC M8 equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 instead of an already one year old Snapdragon 800 SoC.
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Once in a while, a software bug in the kernel will cause a random reboot, so in order to help kernel developers to fix and troubleshoot the reboots, a kernel log need to be submitted to the developer for further analysis and hopefully lead to a bug fix.
One thing for sure, everyone seems to agree that HTC is defined by their design and build quality. The new HTC One is pretty much revealed in terms of design and construction, strikingly it looks similar to my mockups posted few days back.
Ever since it was leaked that the HTC M8 and Sense 6 will carry on-screen buttons along with the appearance of M8 covers being sold on Chinese supply websites, the web has been flooding with alleged M8 Photoshopped pictures. Let's take a closer look at what we already know about the incoming high-end device from HTC.
Lithium-ion batteries, the current battery technology used in smartphones, has a high specific energy (energy per weight) but has a few drawbacks. Let's take a closer look and compare both technologies.
What’s new in 2014...
Have we reached the point of diminishing returns?
With 2013 now behind us, I want to look back upon the past year and analyse the technology we saw, as well as speculate upon what we are likely to see this year. I think 2013 was a relatively disappointing year for mobile phones, however 2014 looks more promising.
Author: Matt B