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HTC CEO buy ffxiv gilPeter Chou
shows the new Desire HD, left, and Desire Z, at their launch in London.
(Credit: Stephen Shankland/CNET)
LONDON--Rising mobile phone power HTC began an effort to rise further on Wednesday--and not
just with phones.
The Taiwanese company introduced two Android phones, the Desire HD with a large, 4.3-inch
screen and the Desire Z with a flip-out hardware keyboard. Both are set to arrive in
October in Europe and Asia; the Desire Z will arrive in North America later this year.
HTC unveils Desires, new Web service (photos)
Like Apple, Samsung, and many other competitors, HTC is trying to differentiate the
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services, though. The phones come with an updated version of HTC's Sense user interface and
tie in with the new HTCSense.com Web site designed to augment the phones' abilities.
The HTC approach makes the company's technology a hub of people's use of their phones,
potentially elevating HTC from a hardware maker that just sells phones to a service
provider with whom customers have an ongoing relationship.
The HTCSense.com site, for example, lets people log in remotely to forward mobile phone
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bookmarks that HTC calls "footprints" for later use on the phone. Also remotely, a person
can make a misplaced phone ring and, for phones that are less retrievable, issue a custom
lost-and-found message on the screen or wipe the phone's data altogether.