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From routers to smartphones, Wi-Fi 6 devices are here today

Wi-Fi 6 devices are in-market with more on the way Developed in response to the ever-growing number of connected devices worldwide, Wi-Fi 6, based on the IEEE 802.11ax standard, is the next generation of Wi-Fi technology, and offers improved speed, capacity, coverage and performance of connected devices. ...

Qualcomm adds gaming, 5G, other enhancements with Snapdragon 855+ mobile platform

ASUS taps Snapdragon 855+ for updated gaming phone Qualcomm's premium-tier Snapdragon 855 mobile platform, equipped with the company's X50 5G modem, just got an upgrade to better support mobile gaming, extended reality, artificial intelligence and other 5G experiences, according to the company. Announced July 15,...

Test and Measurement: Rohde & Schwarz’s ipoque intros new analytics offering

Rohde & Schwarz's deep packet inspection specialist, ipoque, has launched a new network traffic analytics offering for network operators that supports up to 100 gigabit network speeds and is designed to be used for network planning, product marketing and customer care. R&S Intra has real-time...

Computex: NXP securing the edge, Qualcomm pushing always-on PCs

Qualcomm pushing for acquisition of NXP As Qualcomm continues its bid to acquire Dutch silicon firm NXP, the two major global companies this week in Taipei, Taiwan, for the annual Computex event, made big product and partner announcements that highlight the reach, in terms of...

Leveraging LTE for an always-on PC

MAUI, Hawaii--Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 mobile platform is a fundamental part of most smartphones. Now that same technology is coming to personal computers. At the Snapdragon Technology Summit, ASUS and HP announced new PCs billed as always-on--no waiting for the OS to kick-in; open the...

Device support for gigabit LTE comes with a hefty price tag

The six devices that support gigabit LTE are built on Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 platform and X16 modem More than two dozen carriers around the world, as well as all four major U.S. mobile carriers, are working to deploy gigabit LTE technologies. While network testing has...

Smartphone roundup: Fastest, biggest, and brightest from MWC 2013

The most stunning smartphones at Mobile World Congress were not even announced at the show; both Sony and HTC unveiled their new flagship phones before the week began in Barcelona, Spain. Once the show got underway, their handsets were joined by the latest from...

MWC 2013: iPad rivals could answer the call for carriers

Apple makes a statement each year by NOT attending Mobile World Congress, but its presence is felt in the product announcements made by its competitors. Samsung is of course Apple's top competitor in the device space, and although the Korean giant sells more smartphones...

Chip choices: experts say new iPad packs power where it counts

If a picture is worth a thousand words, Apple's decision to invest in the new iPad's graphics capability is a smart decision. "Images will be fantastic," says semiconductor analyst Linley Gwennap. "Apple really did invest in the graphics side so the quad-core graphics will...

Quad-core chips are here, but not the apps to use them

Nvidia (NVDA) could be the life of the processor party at this month's Mobile World Congress event; the company has wowed the press with a splashy invitation to see "quad-core firsts" at the Barcelona show that starts Feb. 27. The invite shows a...

Worldwide PC sales drop 1.4% in Q4; emerging markets grew

Worldwide PC shipments declined 1.4% during the forth quarter compared to the same period 2010, totalling 92.2 million units, according to a report from Gartner. The drop followed two quarters of positive growth. For the year, worldwide PC shipments totaled 352.8 million units, a...

Lenovo overtakes Dell to become No. 2 PC maker; HP leads

As Dell was hosting its annual Dell World convention in Austin, news broke that China's Lenovo has overtaken Dell to become the world's number two personal computer maker for the first time. According to Gartner and IDC, HP grew 5.3%, faster than the industry...

Google releases next Android iteration

It only seems like a matter of weeks ago that Google released Android 3.1, which included some nice incremental updates to version 3.0, aka Honeycomb. The jump from 3 to 3.1 included scalable homescreen widgets and some browser speed improvements, and now 3.2 looks to build out Android's featureset further.

Nvidia explains Icera acquisition and talks Kal-El

NVIDIA’s Icera acquisition was not about integration was not about integrating baseband onto the processor chipbut about doubling the firm’s opportunity market wise, according to Mike Rayfield, the firm’s general manager of mobile. Speaking to RCR at Computex in Taipei, Taiwan, Rayfield said the purchase...

Android business model is fluffy says Freescale rep

Microsoft’s business model for next generation Windows may be better suited to the mobile industry than Google’s strategy for Android, according to Glen Burchers, director of Freescale’s global consumer industrial segment marketing.

Google opening labs in Taiwan

Google’s senior vice president for Chrome, Sundar Pichai, said his firm would not have made the progress it had with its Chromebooks and ultraportables had it not been for the remarkable Taiwanese ecosystem. In a hat tip to the country which has given Google so...

Computex 2011: Asus PadPhone to sport Android Ice Cream Sandwich

Taipei, Taiwan – The upcoming PadPhone from Asus will sport Google’s Android Ice Cream Sandwich, RCR discovered at Computex this week.Asustek’s tablet/phone combo – which allows consumers to use one SIM for two devices by allowing the smartphone to dock at the back of...

Computex 2011: Asus PadPhone to sport Android Ice Cream Sandwich

Taipei, Taiwan - The upcoming PadPhone from Asus will sport Google's Android Ice Cream Sandwich, RCR discovered at Computex this week. Asustek's tablet/phone combo - which allows consumers to use one SIM for two devices by allowing the smartphone to dock at the back of an...

Computex 2011: Intel creates new mobile category, the UltraBook

Taipei, Taiwan - Intel has invented a new category of mobile computers it is calling the “Ultrabook” the firm revealed at Computex on Tuesday. The company said it was also accelerating its Atom processor roadmap to a one-process-generation per year cadence. Speaking publicly at Computex...

ASUS looking to resuscitate Netbook market with ultra-low cost X101

The annual Computex trade show is well underway in Taipei, and local manufacturer ASUS have been showing off their newest creations. While many device makers have been moving away from Netbooks, the diminutive laptops that took the world by storm a few years ago in favour of smart devices and tablets, ASUS are sticking to their guns.

Gartner says iOS will rule tablet market for next four years

Funny things, analyst forecasts. The short-term ones tend to be fairly accurate, but the long-term predictions often fall entirely flat. That's not the fault of the analysts, it's due to the inherent unpredictability of mobile and technology markets. Nobody saw Android's success coming, just as nobody thought poor old Nokia Corp. would be in the sorry state they are today ten years ago.

Tablet pricing war heats up (in the U.K., at least)

When Apple Inc. launched the iPad the most striking thing about the device, which would go on to define the tablet market, was the price. Five hundred dollars for an awesome browsing slate was quite the bargain, especially coming from a company famed for their premium pricing.

SanDisk Modular SSD selected by ASUS for new Eee Slate Tablet

SanDisk | January 5, 2011 | Business Wire LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--SanDisk Corporation (NASDAQ:SNDK), the global leader in flash memory cards, today announced that its 32 gigabyte (GB)1 and 64GB SanDisk® P4...

Asus A50 launching in Taiwan before year-end

Asus will be launching its first Android smartphone A50, after the break-up with Garmin, in Taiwan market this month. Asus A50 comes with an obsolete Android 2.1, Qualcomm 600MHz processor, 3.5-inchtouchscreen and Garmin’s 1690 navigation support.  A50 will be sold for a price below NT$9,900 (US$332). According...

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