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HTC Crashes Samsung Galaxy S 4 Event
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PJS880
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4/1/2013 | 1:44:14 AM
re: HTC Crashes Samsung Galaxy S 4 Event
That is some pretty bold and aggressive marketing on HTC, but also very clever. I have to say if I was out in the cold and someone was offering me hot cocoa on a cold night I would gladly except and wonder why the hosts of the event werenGÇÖt the ones with these offerings. That is clearly thinking out of the box when it comes up short on the budget end.

Paul Sprague
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Andrew Hornback
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3/16/2013 | 3:30:31 AM
re: HTC Crashes Samsung Galaxy S 4 Event
HTC had better be careful... they may end up sued by Apple and have to fork over big bucks... especially when touting an all-aluminum unibody chassis. Sounds a bit like a Mac Book or something similar, doesn't it?

Andrew Hornback
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