More Android 4.0 tablet PCs in the market in quarter 3 of 2012
According to Max Wang and Steve Shen of Digitimes, tablet PCs running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich will dominate the pc market in the third quarter of 2012. The reason behind this is that most vendors will not be launching [...]
Windows 8 based tablet PCs to get more market share
Taiwan-based IDMs stated that Intel and Microsoft have been in close cooperation with first-tier vendors to develop new tablet PCs based on Microsoft’s latest operating system – Windows 8. The move is said to help reduce the market share of tablet PCs, which is currently [...]
China based mobile phone makers Huawei and ZTE to increase production for global market
Digitimes reported on Tuesday that China-based companies Huawei and ZTE were expected to ship about 95 to 100 million smartphones in 2012 to claim a global market share of about 15 per cent.
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Intel to launch StudyBook tablets for emerging markets
Digitimes reported on Tuesday that the giant chipmaker, Intel is to produce as well as to promote a tablet PC codenamed StudyBook targeting sales on emerging markets.
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The tablet is reported to be capable of dual [...]
HP and Lenovo plan to establish more presence in Asia
According to industry sources, Apple’s success in the Asia is mainly attributed to a better sales from its own-brand stores established at select Asian localities. HP and Lenovo are said to follow suit by establishing their own stores in Taiwan and the Asia Pacific region.
Google – Amazon rivalry may set tablet prices down
You probably heard on the news that amazon’s Kindle fire is selling like hot cakes. In last year’s holiday season saw the Kindle Fire sales surged to a remarkable point. A tech website the verge stated,“bestselling product across all of Amazon [...]
Windows 8 tablet PCs to be launched in October
Following Microsoft’s introduction of Windows 8 in September-October, first-tier retailers which include Hewlett-Packard, Dell, Lenovo, Acer and Asustek Computer are working on x86-based tablets for launch probably in October, according to Taiwan-based supply chain makers, Digitimes reported.
Intel Medfield may intensify competition in the entry-level smartphone market
The increased popularity of Intel’s Medfield processor especially in the production of entry-level smartphones may end up in a heated competition in this segment, according to some industry sources cited by Digitimes. This competition could even be more intense when China-based [...]
The future of Cedar Trail based netbooks bleak
Following Acer’s recent launch of its new Cedar Trail based netbook, Asustek computer also announced plans to produce its own Cedar-Trail based Eee PC 1011CX netbook in March. Digitimes stated this on its web site on March 5th citing sources [...]
Budget smartphones may overrun feature phones market
Low-cost smartphones will soon outrun the market of feature phones as they become more accessible to low-end consumers especially in China and India, according to Hsieh Ching-Chiang, president for IC design house MediaTek Inc.
MediaTek recently launched its [...]
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