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Tuesday 24 March 2009
Dell says smartphone to be released on schedule
Dell will not delay the launch of its new smartphone lineup and is on schedule to release devices in line with its internal roadmap, company CEO Michael Dell said recently in Taipei...
Friday 13 March 2009
MediaTek enters development of Windows Mobile-enabled chipset solutions for smartphones, say sources
Microsoft has teamed up with Taiwan-based IC design house MediaTek to develop Windows Mobile-enabled chipset solutions for smartphones, aiming to push 3G handsets built with MediaTek's...
Wednesday 4 March 2009
Smartphones will double their share of the handset market by 2013, says In-Stat
Smartphones will double their share of the handset market to about 20% by 2013, according to In-Stat. Global smartphone growth in 2009 will be strong globally, but even stronger in...
Wednesday 25 February 2009
MediaTek to ship its first Windows Mobile smartphone solutions in 2H09, says paper
MediaTek will begin shipments of its first smartphone platform solutions supporting Windows Mobile in the second half of 2009, and is expected to help increase Microsoft's share in...
Monday 23 February 2009
ZTE and Huawei Technologies strengthening presence in global smartphone market
Taiwan-based smartphones makers are facing increasing competition from China-based ZTE and Huawei Technologies as the two leading China telecom equipment and handset makers have gradually...
Tuesday 17 February 2009
Acer launches Tempo-series smartphones at MWC
Acer has introduced a new line of smartphones at the Mobile World Congress. The first devices include Acer M900, F900, X960 and DX900, according to the company.
Friday 6 February 2009
Windows Mobile phones to become just Windows phones, say sources
Microsoft, which is planning to unveil its Windows Mobile 6.5 platform at the Mobile World Congress soon, has decided that, going forward, Windows Mobile-based handsets will be promoted...
Wednesday 21 January 2009
Microsoft expected to deliver Windows Mobile 6.5 OS to handset makers in mid-2009, say sources
Microsoft is expected to start delivering its Windows Mobile 6.5 OS (operating system) to handset makers in mid-2009 following the expected debut of the new mobile OS in the upcoming...
Wednesday 7 January 2009
HTC records NT$38 EPS in 2008
High Tech Computer (HTC) has announced revenues for the fiscal year 2008 (ended December 31, 2008) reached NT$152.56 billion (US$4.61 billion), with 28.65% on-year growth. Net income...
Friday 26 December 2008
FIH and Pegatron eyeing Sony Ericsson new smartphone orders
While an earlier Digitimes report indicated that Sony Ericsson planned to outsource its second Windows Mobile-based smartphone to another Taiwan-based handset maker Mobinnova instead...
Friday 19 December 2008
Microsoft eyes 50% Taiwan smartphone OS market share; no plans to develop own-brand mobile phones
Microsoft aims to boost sales of its Windows Mobile OS for handsets to account for 50% of Taiwan's smartphone market in 2009, compared to 40% recorded in 2008, according to Eddie...
Friday 28 November 2008
Compal Communications lands Windows Mobile-based PDA phone orders from Motorola, says paper
Compal Communications has received orders for two Windows Mobile-based PDA phones, codenamed the Alexander and Attila, from Motorola, according to a Chinese-language Commercial...
Tuesday 25 November 2008
MediaTek to introduce Windows Mobile smartphone chips next year, says paper
MediaTek, having completed its deployment in 3G handset chips, is speeding entry into the smartphone market. The company is in talks with Microsoft about the launch of Windows Mobile...
Wednesday 5 November 2008
LGE to cooperate with Taiwan companies for Windows Mobile smartphones
LG Electronics (LGE) has announced a strategic alliance with Microsoft and is expected to introduce Windows Mobile handsets in the future.
Friday 26 September 2008
Android and Windows Mobile smartphones are complementary, says HTC
Android and Windows Mobile handsets can complement each other in the market, offering consumers and telecom service providers more choice, according to John Wang, CMO, High Tech Computer...