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Is HTC’s StereoClip The Future of Bluetooth Audio?

Is HTC’s StereoClip The Future of Bluetooth Audio?
News from PC Magazine:

Bluetooth stereo is stuck. It’s appalling. You’d think that the idea of getting rid of twisting, strangling, knotting headphone cables would be a no-brainer. I can’t count how many people I’ve seen nearly garroted by their headphone cords on the New York City subway. But while Bluetooth successfully put paid to the wired voice headset, for music it just can’t close the deal.

The technology has two main problems: battery life and audio quality.

Battery life is the stickier one. I’m not actually thinking about battery life on the headphones. Once you start talking over-the-ear headphones, there’s room for a decently sized battery. Rather, continuously streaming Bluetooth can kill your phone’s battery. And as smartphone screens get bigger and bigger, and as we use them more and more, we’re drawing more power more often. This problem may not be solvable unti…………… continues on PC Magazine

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Verizon’s next HTC phone (Droid Incredible 4G LTE?) won’t be a member of One …
News from The Verge:

In its recent review of T-Mobile’s HTC One S, AllThingsD noted in passing that a Verizon spokesperson mentioned that “the carrier’s next phone wouldn’t be part of the One series.” Indeed, all signs point to the rumored Droid Incredible 4G LTE launching soon without any “One” branding to be found — but is it about branding or underlying specs?

We reached out to Verizon and were told that “the Droid brand means the device is not part of the One series,” but that there are also “other differences that [they] aren’t yet prepared to discuss.” Two obvious differences between the awkwardly-named Droid Incredible 4G LTE and announced members of the One line are in the processor and display: Verizon’s product page for the Droid had it pegged with a 1.2GHz dual-core processor and a 4-inch display. The One X and One S both use 1.5GHz processors and 4.7- and 4.3-inch displays, respectively, so the guts have certainly been altered — and like Sprint’s Evo 4G LTE, the Droid doesn’t physically resemble existing One models, either.

It stands t…………… continues on The Verge

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