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Mobius 2007: HTC Magic Labs

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 30-Nov-2007 04:25

Probably the most interesting session today at Mobius 2007 was the presentation by John Wang, HTC Chief Innovation Wizard - this is the title on his business card - who came to this event with no PowerPoint slides... Actually he walked around the room and asked us what we would like to hear. After getting a few suggestions, he started talking about the HTC Magic Labs, the R&D arm of the handset manufacturer. The magic labs have a chief innovation wizard, software magicians and mechanical wizards - working together to create the next big thing in smart device handsets. A very entertaining session, where the group was presented with a series of prototypes - some that will never be released, and may not be seen outside again - and for this we were not allowed to take pictures.

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