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    HTC outs an always listening, dual-screen smartphone with its own AI assistant /Link

    HTC U Ultra Just when you thought HTC might be ready to hang up on its smartphone efforts, the Android underdog is turning up the volume and announcing what it described as a “new direction” today in the form of a series of smartphones preloaded with its own AI assistant. Read More




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    Published on 12 Jan 2017 at 09:54AM

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