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But the market is still expanding at a rate of almost 20 per cent a year, so it isn't too late for Intel to establish itself. After partnering with Lava to launch Intel-based Xolo phones, the company is now targeting the tablet segment. Asus Fonepad
According to Engadget, dated 16/5, Fonepad version has been published using the Intel Atom Z2460 processor with 1.6 Ghz speed, memory be upgraded to 32 GB. All other configurations such as RAM, support external
Taipei, May 16 (CNA) Taiwan's Asustek Computer Inc. lost its ranking among the top five PC makers in Western Europe in the first quarter because of weak buying, research company Gartner Inc. said Wednesday. Asustek was the fourth-largest PC vendor in
Is it worth paying more to get your hands on the newest technology? Touch-screen technology is everywhere from mobile devices to kids' toys. As consumers start to expect all screens to respond to touch, monitors that integrate touch-screen technology
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Taipei, May 7 (CNA) Credit Suisse Group AG on Tuesday lowered its earnings estimates for Taiwan's Asustek Computer Inc. following the company's disposal of part of its stake in its spinoff, Pegatron Corp., in late April.
If BlueStacks' latest numbers are any indication, lots of people are interested in bridging the gap between the smartphone and PC. BlueStacks announced today that its Android App Player has been downloaded 10 million times since its launch last March.
Taipei, May 6 (CNA) Taiwan-based Asustek Computer Inc. met expectations Monday when it announced quarterly growth in earnings in the first quarter, the traditionally slow season for consumer electronics. The company reported a 3 percent quarter-on-
3 stars out of 5 The good: It features good gaming performance and useful e-reader features. The bad: The boxy build gives it an antiquated feel; it ships with an older OS; and its Tapestries feature can be buggy. The cost: $250 The bottom line: The
The FonePad may be just another 7-inch Android tablet but it goes one up on the Google Nexus by including voice calling, expandable storage and a better design at the same price. Look around the back and you'll see the prominent 'Intel Inside' logo.