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LG to let 4,000 customers test drive its forthcoming G4 smartphone ahead of its debut

LG Electronics is seemingly doing all it can to drum up interest in its next flagship smartphone, the G4, ahead of its official debut on April 28: The company is going to allow select customers to test out the phone before it is formally announced.

HTC earns small profit in Q1 as sales of One M9 smartphone begin

HTC eked out a profit for the first quarter but the company still faces strong competitive headwinds as it looks to regain sales in the smartphone market and push beyond phones.

HTC Chairwoman Cher Wang takes over CEO role from Peter Chou

HTC named Chairwoman and co-founder Cher Wang as its new CEO, replacing longtime CEO Peter Chou. However, Chou is not leaving the company. Instead, he will lead HTC's "Future Development Lab," where he will be focused on future product development and growth opportunities for the firm. The shakeup is in many ways the culmination of a process that began in October 2013 when Wang took over some of Chou's day-to-day duties running the company so he could focus more on products.

HTC expands phone-replacement service to aid One M9 smartphone launch

As smartphone vendor HTC gears up to launch its new One M9 flagship Android smartphone, the company said it will offer a phone-replacement service to U.S. One M9 users at no additional cost. The program will provide users with one free replacement for up to a year after they buy their One M9--no questions asked.

Can Xiaomi, Samsung, HTC and Microsoft challenge Apple in services and become lifestyle companies?

Smartphone makers are seeking to emulate and put their own spin on Apple's success as more than just a device maker but as a services provider and maybe even a lifestyle brand. The question is whether device companies can provide services and products to consumers beyond smartphones that actually make their lives better.

HTC, Huawei, Microsoft and BlackBerry among device makers making waves at MWC 2015

BARCELONA, Spain--Mobile World Congress kicked off with a bang this year, with a plethora of device announcements. Dozens of OEMs are on hand to offer their wares and meet with carriers. Here is a small sampling of some of the high-profile device launches thus far at the conference.

Samsung kicks off MWC device announcements

BARCELONA, Spain--Samsung got the ball rolling on Mobile World Congress device announcements, unveiling the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge on the eve of the event, here.

HTC debuts One M9, Grip fitness tracker and enters virtual reality market

BARCELONA, Spain--As expected, HTC debuted its new flagship smartphone, the One M9, which will available in mid-March from  AT&T, Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile US and Sprint. The company also revealed  a new fitness tracker geared toward serious athletes and surprisingly announced its entrance into the virtual reality market with a VR headset.

HTC embraces connected home, health to expand beyond smartphones

LAS VEGAS--HTC thinks it is turning a corner, both financially and in terms of the direction of the company, as the smartphone maker looks to produce unique products in the connected home, health, media and entertainment markets. Additionally, the specter of financial calamity is receding, as the firm posted its first quarterly revenue growth in more than three years and another profit in the fourth quarter.

CES: Wake me up when wearables are so smart I can leave my phone at home

LAS VEGAS--Wearables are still in version 1.0 and need to be smarter and more connected. Right now they are very much "nice to have," not "need to have." So let's tone down the hype. Wake me up when I can leave my home without my smartphone and just a wearable strapped to my wrist, because we're not there yet.