Friday 8 March 2019
Silicon Motion announces sale of FCI to Dialog Semiconductor
Silicon Motion Technology has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its mobile communications product line, branded as FCI, to Dialog Semiconductor.
Tuesday 3 June 2014
LTE broadcast may be widely adopted for mobile TV services, say Taiwan makers
LTE (Long Term Evolution) broadcast technology using eMBMS (enhanced multimedia broadcast multicast service) standard is likely to be widely adopted for delivering mobile TV services,...
Monday 29 November 2010
Taiwan market: Linkmedia gives up MediaFLO mobile TV business
Linkmedia, a Taiwan-based company preparing to provide MediaFLO mobile TV services in the Taiwan market through technological cooperation with Qualcomm, has decided to give up the...
Tuesday 23 November 2010
US mobile TV consortium MCV seeking cooperation with Taiwan makers
Mobile Content Venture (MCV), a consortium of 12 broadcasters in the US in a bid to deliver mobile TV services have talked with Taiwan-based ODMs to supply ATSC-M/H terminal devices,...
Thursday 18 November 2010
Taiwan market: FET launches mobile TV service for tablet PC, smartphone users
Taiwan-based mobile telecom carrier Far EasTone Telecommunications (FET) on November 17 announced the launch of a 20-channel mobile TV service for tablet PC and smartphone users,...
Wednesday 6 October 2010
Taiwan hardware partners not much affected by Qualcomm decision to suspend FLO TV serivces, say makers
Qualcomm has decided to suspend its direct-to-consumer FLO TV services but this may not have much impact on its Taiwan-based hardware partners, according to industry sources in Tai...
Thursday 19 August 2010
ZTE, Huawei face competition from international vendors in digital mobile TV handsets in South America
China-based ZTE and Huawei Technologies, which have offered handsets and network interface cards for mobile ISDB-T TV services in Brazil, Argentina and Chile, and will launch in other...
Wednesday 14 July 2010
Taiwan market: FET, Qualcomm to cooperate in MediaFLO mobile TV service
Far EasTone Telecommunications (FET) on July 13 signed an MOU with Qualcomm for cooperation to set up a joint venture to operate mobile TV service based on Qualcomm-developed MediaFLO...
Wednesday 7 July 2010
China Mobile may adopt CMMB for mobile TV in Hong Kong
China Mobile Communications' subsidiary China Mobile Hong Kong has won the only mobile TV operating license in Hong Kong through a HK$175 million (US$22.5 million) bid, and is likely...
Friday 4 June 2010
Innocomm delivers first Android 3.5G smartphone with Telegent Mobile TV
At Computex Taipei 2010, Telegent Systems, a mobile TV receiver maker, and Innocomm, a Taiwan-based provider of broadband wireless solutions, announced the introduction of the first...
Friday 4 June 2010
Flo TV outsources mobile TV receivers to HTC
Flo TV, the mobile TV subsidiary of Qualcomm, has launched a portable mobile TV receiver without mobile phone functionality. The device, outsourced to HTC, is priced at US$200.
Thursday 3 June 2010
Media phones and portable video conferencing: Q&A with UMEC's Kevin Mar
With the economic recovery still on shaky ground and instability rearing its head throughout the world, companies have continued to trim business travel budgets. To stay connected,...
Thursday 29 April 2010
ZTE, Huawei tapping ISDB-T mobile TV market in Latin America
China-based makers ZTE and Huawei Technologies are pushing handsets and 3G cards featuring ISDB-T (Integrated Services Digital Broadcasting-Terrestrial) mobile TV service in the Latin...
Wednesday 28 April 2010
MediaTek to offer handset-use analog TV receiver ICs
MediaTek will soon offer analog TV receiver ICs for handsets to tap into the growing demand for devices with such capability in emerging markets, according to sources from Taiwan's...
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