San Diego, CA, May 13, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Although HTC had humble beginnings producing mainly notebook computers, the company has been responsible for several breakthrough innovations. Ever since collaborating with tech heavyweights Microsoft and Google, the company has grown significantly.
HTC was chosen by Microsoft as a hardware platform development partner for its Windows Mobile operating system. As a result, HTC created the first Microsoft-powered smartphone in 2002, the first Microsoft Smart Music Phone in 2004, and the first Microsoft 3G phone in 2005.
Not content with these innovations, HTC also worked with Google to build mobile phones running its Android operating system and subsequently, released the world’s first Android powered device in 2008. Manufacturing Digital looks at why HTC is the king of smartphone innovation and discovers what advancements it has planned for the future.
This month they also present some of the most luxurious, stylish, and sexiest products available today in their top ten list. You simply can’t deny the aesthetic beauty of the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG or Bowers and Wilkins’ Nautilus Speakers, so why not discover what else makes the list.
In addition, they discover that the race is well and truly on to become the first manufacturer to release a glasses free 3D television. Both Samsung and Toshiba are looking to be first on the market, but will this technology catch on? If so, will it even be affordable?
Read the May issue of Manufacturing Digital, here
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