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DIGITIMES digital consumer electronics magazine - Computex 2008 special edition
A half-year review of CE industry news leading up to Computex 2008.
IN THE NEWS
Tuesday 3 June 2008
Computex 2008: Plustek to demonstrate latest scanners and communications products
Imaging specialist Plustek will be showcasing a series of its latest professional scanners, with products including its MobileOffice (portable scanner), SmartOffice (ADF scanner),...
Tuesday 3 June 2008
Computex 2008: Top Eight launches DPF 25 digital photo frame
Top Eight, which has more than 20 years experience in the imaging market, recently introduced its new digital photo frame series (DPF 25) including 7-inch, 8-inch and 10-inch model...
Tuesday 3 June 2008
Computex 2008: Kingmax unveils SSD lineup, advanced memory cards
Kingmax Group is marking its presence at Computex Taipei 2008 by unveiling its first SSD lineup, as well as showcasing memory module and NAND flash applications that offer increased...
Friday 9 May 2008
Shipments of mobile navigation on-board devices up 130% worldwide in 2007, says Canalys
In 2006, there were 16.8 million units worldwide of mobile navigation on-board solutions shipped whereas in 2007, there were 39.0 million units, representing more than a 130% on-year...
Wednesday 30 April 2008
Eee PC expected to still lead in low-cost PC market
Though Hewlett-Packard (HP) has launched its 2133 Mini-Note, channel vendors expect the Eee PC to still lead in the low-cost PC market.
Monday 7 April 2008
Mobile location based services revenues to top US$13 billion worldwide by 2013, says ABI Research
After years of hype, mobile location based services (LBS) are finally gaining traction among wireless subscribers, according to ABI Research. This growth is driven on the supply side...
Thursday 6 March 2008
CeBIT 2008: Alleged patent troll Sisvel throws wrench in works of several smartphone and digital media player makers over MP3 licensing
Italy-based Sisvel S.p.a., holder of a somewhat controversial MP3 patent, has had the CeBIT 2008 booths of several Windows Mobile smartphone and digital media player makers shut down...
Thursday 6 March 2008
Atom processors to affect both VIA and SiS as Intel preps own-brand mobos for embedded markets
Amid the announcement of Intel's new low-power processors, Atom, and corresponding platform for mobile Internet devices (MIDs) and Internet-centric computers, sources at Taiwan motherboard...
Friday 15 February 2008
Wii expected to displace Xbox 360 with largest installed base in 2008, says iSuppli
Powered by its strong appeal to casual gamers, Nintendo's Wii, in 2008, is expected to displace Microsoft's Xbox 360 as the new-generation games console with the world's largest installed...
Wednesday 9 January 2008
Wistron NeWeb to join Android club, but not all Taiwan handset makers to follow suit
A number of Taiwan handset makers have voiced varied views about Google's Android handset platform, with Wistron NeWeb planning to join the Android club soon. Inventec Appliances...
Wednesday 2 January 2008
D-Link and Alpha Networks to offer more 802.11n integrated devices in 2008
Instead of developing new technologies, Taiwan network-equipment makers D-Link and Alpha Networks are to add more applications to their 802.11n devices in order to help boost sales...
Thursday 13 December 2007
Digital music player makers to aggressively launch Windows CE 6.0-based products
Digital music player makers are competing to launch new products based on Windows Embedded CE 6.0 (WinCE) technology, according to makers.
Thursday 6 December 2007
Freeing your phone: Q&A with Sean Moss-Pultz, president of OpenMoko, Part II
Google's announcement of Android in early November brought a lot of press to the idea of an open handset platform. Such an idea, however, is not new and OpenMoko is one company that...
Tuesday 4 December 2007
Freeing your phone: Q&A with Sean Moss-Pultz, president of OpenMoko, Part I
Google's announcement of Android in early November brought a lot of press to the idea of an open handset platform. Such an idea, however, is not new and OpenMoko is one company that...
Friday 2 November 2007
Shipments of GPS-enabled mobile handsets to more than quadruple by 2011, says iSuppli
Global shipments of mobile handsets equipped with GPS capability are expected to more than quadruple from 2006 to 2011 due to the US government's mandate for emergency 911 (E911)...