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 [...]
No significant impact of New iPad to notebook shipments
According to Digitimes Research’s senior analyst, Joanne Chien, the notebook industry was in the decline recently but went into unprecedented recovery in March after the hard drive problem was able to be resolved. The recovery was also influenced by a rising consumer demand as well as [...]
Samsung sets to join major players in PC market
According to Digitimes, Samsung Electronics has set a target to achieve a 30% on-year growth for notebook shipments by 2012 whereby about 30 per cent of the total volume set for the year would be for ultrabook shipments.
Samsung expects its ultrabook proportion [...]
Industry sources expect 12 to15 million units new iPads shipped in Quarter 2
According to industry sources cited by Digitimes, the shipments of the new iPad could intensify by the second quarter of 2012.
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The new iPad assembler [...]
Hardware manufacturers are ready for Android 4.0 upgrade
Hardware retailers such as Samsung Electronics, Asustek Computer and Sony Inc. are reported to have finalised all tests and certifications and is ready to embark on upgrades to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich for their devices.
Android 4.0 screenshot [...]
2012 Computex Taipei will showcase Ivy Bridge Ultrabooks
According to Digitimes, PC retailers are expected to showcase their ultrabooks packed with Intel’s latest chip, the Ivy Bridge processors on June 5-9 at 2012 Computex Taipei, Taiwan.
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It is [...]
Samsung offers upgrade to Android 4.0 for Galaxy series
Samsung Electronics has announced that it had already begun to offer users of its Samsung Galaxy S2 devices to upgrade to the latest version of the Android operating system – Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0, according to Samsung Taiwan.
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 [...]
Thunderbolt technology may become standard in PCs by 2012
The adoption of Intel’s Thunderbolt technology is expected to increase in the PC world by 2013. Digitimes reported that as Thunderbolt is gradually shifting from copper wire to optical-based by the end of 2012, it is expected that the technology will become a [...]
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