Chinese electronics company HTC has purchased Dashwire, a company that builds a cloud based mobile device syncing platform called DASHWORKS.

The acquisition, which is reportedly costing HTC about $18.5 million to purchase Seattle-based Dashwire’s shares, will help the handset company HTC acquire a way to easily transfer files such as music, video and images between PC/Mac and the company’s Android smartphones.


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