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A recent report citing several sources reveals that key SoC players like Qualcomm, MediaTek, and HiSilicon are looking to increase R&D personnel in Taiwan.
Smartphone application processor shipments will continue to fall globally this year, according to a recent DigiTimes Research.
A temporary shutdown has partially affected chip production at TSMC, and, according to reports, it was due to a substandard chemical.
A report from China talks about TSMC's production capacity for the first half of the year and how Huawei and Qualcomm join Apple in reducing orders.
It's not a console, it's an Android smartphone that's meant for playing all the games. And it has an amazing two-part cooling system to do it with.
High costs and uncertain benefits are slowing chipmakers down in transitioning to 7nm technology production of processors.
Nine Android phones have launched and we expect more to come along soon. We also cover Xiaomi's OPPO Find X and other mobile tech news in our show!
A slew of announcement came from the Chinese tech giant today, but there are other wearables and phones to look out for from margin players.
These are the Kirin 980 specs, as Huawei just unveiled its next generation 7nm SoC at the ongoing IFA 2018 trade show in Berlin.
CPU Turbo, GPU Turbo, everything's gotta be fast and cool for the Honor Note 10 with a 7-inch screen. It's a big deal for mobile gamers in China.
It's a development board meant more for established tech firms and startups working in emerging fields. And with AI, neural processing and a lot more in this board, it's fitting.
We're learning about three phones from Huawei that could be coming at MWC 2018. They apparently have better names than what we've been figuring.
The Kirin 970 will be the first to strive for gigabit speeds on the Huawei Mate 10 as Qualcomm prepares for release early next year.
We've got new substance for the Mate 10, but how fast and how strong is this silicon? The numbers are here and so is a new set of renders.
Both the Kirin 970 for the Huawei Mate 10 and the Apple A11 for the fall's new iPhones are being made with 10nm fabrications.
The Mate 10 is expected to take a little influence from the industry and from Apple in particular with a new view, facial scanning and more.
The processor inside the next iPhone is getting made right now. Also being made are processors for some Android phones, too.
The chipset is finally getting ready for mass production and just in time, too. There's going to be a swell of demand for a pricey iPhone 8.
It has reportedly been trialing its Kirin SoCs at the carrier. Approval would give Huawei a first step for the Chinese OEM to get a real foothold in the US.