Tuesday 6 June 2023
FHD to become mainstream for computing products, says OmniVision
Full HD (FHD), or 1080p, will overtake 720p as the standard for computing products, according to CMOS image sensor (CIS) supplier OmniVision Technologies.
Wednesday 6 October 2021
AIOTO GO: Advanced AI-powered remote surveillance system
AIOTO Tech has announced the launch of the AIOTO GO, a wireless AI security camera with 4G LTE capabilities and a 2-month standby battery life designed to protect outdoor spaces....
Wednesday 11 November 2020
MediaTek announces new Chromebook chips
MediaTek has unveiled its MT8192 and MT8195 chipsets for the next generation of Chromebooks, with the 7nm MT8192 for mainstream devices and the 6nm MT8195 for premium models.
Friday 17 July 2020
Driver ICs for notebooks, TVs in stable demand through 2H20
Taiwan's suppliers of driver ICs, midrange logic ICs and memory packaging materials for notebooks, TVs and other electronics devices supporting stay-at-home economic activities are...
Wednesday 8 January 2020
AMD announces new CPUs and GPUs at CES 2020
AMD at CES 2020 announced an x86 8-core ultrathin notebook processors as part of the AMD Ryzen 4000 series mobile processor family, built on the groundbreaking Zen 2 core architecture...
Tuesday 13 November 2018
Taiwan notebooks – 3Q 2018


Friday 1 June 2018
Arm intros new Cortex-A76 CPU suite
Arm has introduced its Cortex-A76 CPU, a new microarchitecture enabling 35% more performance and 40% less power, and the ARM Mali-G76 GPU and Mali-V76 VPU to deliver "laptop-class...
Thursday 29 June 2017
Qualcomm expanding mobile chip offering for mid-range smartphones
Qualcomm has introduced its Snapdragon 450-series mobile chips, a new entry to the Snapdragon 400 mobile platform tier designed for mid-range smartphones and tablets. The Snapdragon...
Friday 15 January 2016
Taiwan market: Samsung launches 18.4-inch tablet
Samsung Electronics has unveiled Galaxy View, a 18.4-inch tablet featuring in-house-developed Exynos 7580 1.6GHz 8-core processor, Full HD resolution, 2GB memory and 32GB storage,...
Monday 28 December 2015
With AMOLED on the rise, Full HD screens proliferate further in 3Q15, says IHS
Full HD panels reached a record 21% of the smartphone display market in the third quarter of 2015, due in large part to increases in AMOLED panel adoption by Samsung Electronics and...
Tuesday 1 December 2015
Smartphone panel suppliers to increase LTPS capacity and turn further to Full HD market in 2016, says WitsView
Since 2013, major LCD panel makers have continually invested in fabs producing LTPS LCD panels to capture demand in the high-end smartphone market. According to WitsView, global LTPS...
Friday 14 August 2015
China market: 5.5-inch Full HD to be widely used in CNY1,000 smartphones in 2016
While 5-inch HD (720 by 1280) is currently the mainstream touch panel standard for China-made smartphones priced at the CNY1,000 (US$158) level in the China market, China-based vendors...
Friday 24 July 2015
5.5-inch Full HD panel modules drop to US$17 for July, down from US$24 in 1Q15, says firm
5.5-inch Full HD panel modules have dropped to US$17 in July, down from US$24 at the beginning of 2015, according to research firm Sigmaintell Consulting.
Wednesday 1 July 2015
China market: HD leads over Full HD in May smartphone sales, says firm
In May 2015, 32.6% of smartphone sales in China were for HD units while 21.4% were for Full HD, according to a new report from Sigmaintell Consulting.
Monday 22 June 2015
Microsoft looking to charge extra licensing fees for high-end notebooks
Microsoft has been talking to notebook brand vendors about the licensing of Windows 10 recently and is planning to charge extra fees for notebook models with high-end hardware such...
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