Times have changed and as mobile phones have already started showing laptops and palm tops to
shelves in store rooms, there is much that is still needed by the growing community. This is a world
where everything is mobile and that is just what HTC the Taiwanese mobile phone manufacturer is out
to do, they have forgotten that things and companies are expensive and instead of going a bit light on
their pocket, just to stay ahead in the game of research and development, they have gone out on a
shopping spree to buy almost anything they can get their hands on.
This is being done to stay ahead of Nokia, who are now with Windows making phones that are friendly to the environment, while Apple is busy creating rumors and RIM is still thinking what to include in their software, and not changing the device, for Gods sake will they already? But here is HTC, who just bought a service called DASHWIRE that excels in aiding people to upload photos and videos, contacts and even text messages, backups while being mobile. They bought it for almost 18.5 Million. HTC will integrate this service with their ever so popular HTC Sense Interface. In July this coming year they plan to buy a chip maker for mobile graphics S3 from Via technologies and for which
they would end up paying 300 million. The third, they have already spent 10 Million dollars on K box, a web service for music sharing and lyrics searching, and of course integrate with their online HTC Sense interface, so all seems well for the Taiwanese mobile manufacturer then, buying almost anything they can get their hands on while the giants like Nokia, RIM and Apple are busy fighting and telling everyone that they are doing what they are, which they shouldnt, HTX is quietly making a statement behind the scenes, so Nokia, RIM and Apple, your queens about to be taken.
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