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News tagged MWC 2012
  • Last update: Tuesday 29 January 2013 [4 news items]

HTC to unveil M7 in London in February, say sources

Jan 29, 14:04

HTC plans to unveil its new M7 smartphone, a flagship model for the first half of 2013, in London in early February, according to sources at the supply chain.

ZTE and Huawei dive into high-end smartphone market in 2012

Apr 9, 12:22

For the smartphone market, China-based ZTE and Huawei Technologies previously mainly focused on the low-price segment and their presence in high-end segment was rare. But they have...


HTC to begin shipping HTC One X in March, says paper

Newswatch - Feb 29, 11:30

Following its recent announcement that its new One series smartphone will be avaialble in a number of markets in April, HTC is expected to start shipping the flagship model of the...

Taiwan IC designers seeing orders pick up

Feb 22, 14:52

Customer orders have been perking up recently, according to Taiwan-based IC design houses, adding that the upcoming international IT fairs are also expected to see new orders flow.

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