It’s crunch time for HTC. After a disastrous 2011 in which they released a boatload of devices that were pretty much the same phone but a bit less dodgy, they decided to focus on one ‘hero device’ that would carry their brand. That device was the HTC One X, and to HTC’s credit it was actually a very good phone[Read More…]
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Graham’s love for all things tech began with him taking apart anything with screws from the age of two, and to this day he lives by the motto 'if it ain't broke, you haven't tweaked it enough'. He started off in IT and web development, but got sick of that and started an online soccer shop, and now finds himself training to be a pastor. When he’s not fiddling with gadgets, Graham can be found training in Muay Thai and waking up at 4am to watch his soccer team Juventus.
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