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  • HTC Dodges Carrier Update Lag By Separating Sense 6 Features Across Multiple Google Play Apps

    HTC Dodges Carrier Update Lag By Separating Sense 6 Features Across Multiple Google Play Apps

    HTC is hardly unique in facing challenges updating its software for its Android smartphones – carriers must approve OS updates, including those for the UI skins that Android OEMs make for their devices, but it is trying something different to make it less of an issue. Sense 6 (which HTC annoyingly refers to constantly as ‘Sixth Sense,’ too) will have many of its core… Read More

  • Sense 3D Scanner | Fly or Die

    Fly Or Die: 3D Systems Sense Scanner

    If you followed along with this year’s CES coverage, you know that one trend that emerged over the past couple years is here to stay. If you haven’t made your peace with the 3D printing revolution, you should. One company that’s taking the 3D-printed bull by the horns is 3D Systems, an incumbent in the space. The company revealed the Sense, a hand-held 3D scanner in November… Read More

  • This Week On The TechCrunch Gadgets Podcast: PS4, Xbox One, And The Sense 3D Scanner

    This Week On The TechCrunch Gadgets Podcast: PS4, Xbox One, And The Sense 3D Scanner

    Happy Thanksgiving, dear readers. What are you thankful for? My list is short, but sweet: I’m thankful for you guys, gaming consoles, and 3d scanners. Read More

  • Meet Sense, 3D Systems’ Cheap, Dead-Simple 3D Scanner For The Masses

    Meet Sense, 3D Systems’ Cheap, Dead-Simple 3D Scanner For The Masses

    We’ve seen more than a few startups cook up their own impressive 3D scanners — there’s Makerbot and its Digitizer, and dark horse Occipital with its mobile Structure sensor just to name a few — but one of the oldest and biggest names in 3D printers is clearly itching to get in the game soon. 3D Systems just recently outed a cheapish, consumer-friendly scanner called… Read More

  • Leaked Screenshots Show HTC Might Have Finally Gotten Sense Right

    Leaked Screenshots Show HTC Might Have Finally Gotten Sense Right

    You know, for all the changes HTC has made to its Sense interface for smartphones over the years, it generally looks the same as it did back in the old days. That may not be the case for much longer if a new batch of screenshots spotted on the xda-developer forums are to be believed — they claim to provide an even better look at HTC’s forthcoming Sense 5 interface, and (if real)… Read More

  • HTC Sense UI for Android may be getting sweet, sweet multitouch

    HTC Sense UI for Android may be getting sweet, sweet multitouch

    Who could have guessed that simple gestures like pinch-to-zoom would make or break a phone experience for some people? With Android 2.1 slowly rolling out to most Android handsets out there, HTC decided to step up its game and bring that multitouch action into its own UI. But before you start getting uppity about when it’s coming, do not that this video is coming from Japan on a unit… Read More

  • The HTC Hero/Sense UI video walk-through

    Here it is in living color: the HTC Hero/Sense UI walk-through. This is a real phone running the actual software and we delve into some of the most important features including social media integration and the browser experience. The most interesting thing is that all of the contact/Facebook/Twitter interaction is automatic. You import your login info and it just shows up without fuss or muss. Read More