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Thursday 10 December 2009
Taiwan handset makers to use MediaTek solutions for smartphone production
Taiwan-based handset vendors Inventec Appliances and Gigabyte Communications will adopt MediaTek's new MT6516 solution for the production of entry-level smartphones. Volume shipments...
Wednesday 28 October 2009
MediaTek declines to comment on reported India WiMAX orders
MediaTek, in a filing with the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE) on October 27, cited customer confidentiality as it declined to comment on a Chinese-language Commercial Times...
Wednesday 28 October 2009
Inventec Appliances aims at 4Q09 revenues of NT$15 billion
Taiwan-based handset maker Inventec Appliances expects consolidated revenues to increase from NT$11.6 billion (US$354 million) posted in the third quarter to NT$15 billion in the...
Wednesday 14 October 2009
Business opportunities from smartbooks and e-book readers: Q&A with Inventec Appliances chairman Jackson Chang
Inventec Appliances is an ODM maker rolling out MP3 players, GPS devices, smartphones, VoIP phones, and 3G data cards, and yet it is also the vendor of OKWAP-brand handsets. In addition,...
Wednesday 7 October 2009
Taiwan market: APBT handset purchases to top 800,000 units in 2009
Asia Pacific Broadband Telecom (APBT), Taiwan's only 3G mobile telecom carrier that adopts the CDMA 2000 standard, expects its handset purchases, including CDMA and dual-mode CDMA-GSM...
Friday 2 October 2009
Acer to shift focus to Android smartphones
Acer, while still developing Windows Mobile-based smartphones, has shifted its development policy to focus more on the Android platform, with at least half of new models launched...
Thursday 24 September 2009
Inventec Appliances lands CDMA and WCDMA handset orders from China-based carriers
Inventec Appliances has recently landed orders for its OKWAP-branded CDMA handsets from China Telecom as well as WCDMA handsets from China Unicom, according to the company.
Thursday 17 September 2009
Inventec Appliances Nanjing to roll out Ophones in 1Q10, says paper
Inventec Appliances (Nanjing) Electronics, the brand-product unit of Taiwan-based Inventec Appliances based in China, is scheduled to launch Ophones based on China Mobile's Open Mobile...
Wednesday 26 August 2009
Handset maker Inventec Appliances sees profits down 87% in 1H09
Taiwan-based handset maker Inventec Appliances saw its consolidated net profits decline 87% on year to NT$185 million (US$5.61 million) in the first half of 2009, according to a company...
Wednesday 5 August 2009
ECS and MSI conservative about ARM-based smartbooks
Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) and Micro-Star International (MSI) will not follow Acer, Foxconn Electronics, Pegatron Technology, Compal Electronics and Inventec Appliances which...
Monday 3 August 2009
Flood of ARM-based Snapdragon and Tegra smartbooks to hit market in 4Q09
An array of smartbooks built around ARM-based Snapdragon or Tegra processors from a mix of players, including Acer, Foxconn Electronics, Pegatron Technology, Compal Electronics and...
Wednesday 22 July 2009
Inventec Appliances responds to media reports on Motorola CDMA handset order
Inventec Appliances stands a good chance of grabbing an order for five million CDMA handsets from Motorola, according to a Chinese-language Economic Daily News (EDN) report...
Wednesday 15 July 2009
Acer to launch four smartphones in 2H09, say sources
Acer plans to launch four smartphones, the A1, C1/E1, F1 and L1, at the end of September and in the fourth quarter of this year, outsourcing the production to Taiwan-based Compal...
Wednesday 17 June 2009
Inventec Appliances to focus on specialty netbook segment
Inventec Appliances will focus on the specialty segment as it steps into the netbook market, according to company chairman Jackson Chang.
Thursday 11 June 2009
Taiwan handset makers step into smartbook segment
Taiwan-based handset makers, including Compal Communications, Inventec Appliances and Mobinnova, are venturing into the production of smartbooks, positioning themselves to compete...