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Facebook will launch two smart speakers this year, says DigiTimes

The social media giant is reportedly getting into the ever-crowded smart speaker market, according to DigiTimes. The site says Facebook will launch two smart speakers in July. The smart speakers will reportedly each have a 15-inch touch screen with the code names Aloha and Fiona. Show More Summary

Facebook will launch two new smart speakers in July, claims report

Facebook's foray into hardware may actually be happening. Its new smart speakers will be available starting in July, according to a Digitimes report published Wednesday. Portal, the Facebook-connected video chat device will reportedly have two models announced at the social media company's developer conference in May. Show More Summary

Report suggests Apple could begin 2018 product launches next month

2 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Supply chain source Digitimes is out with a new report today highlighting Apple’s suppliers involvement in upcoming product launches. The site claims that Apple could begin upgrading its various product lines as early as next month, but fails to offer specific information about what products are potentially on the docket… more…

Apple Might Finally Kill The MacBook Air

Just in time for its 10th anniversary, Apple might finally be killing the MacBook Air, according to a new report from Digitimes. If this is true, it'd be the first axing of a laptop line from Apple since the iBook and Powerbook were axed back in 2006. It would also be about damn time. More »      

Apple reportedly orders touch panels for new 13-inch entry-level MacBook

Will Apple release a new entry-level 13-inch MacBook with a touch screen this year? If a report from the hit-and-miss supply chain publication DigiTimes can be believed, the answer’s yes. But it might not be the touchscreen Mac everyone’s waiting for. Beginning with a claim that Apple “reportedly plans to release an entry-level 13-inch MacBook in the […]

New 13-inch ‘entry-level’ MacBook rumored for launch later this year

4 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

A new, vague, report from Digitimes says that Apple is planning a new addition to the MacBook line for launch in the second half of the year. Described as a ’13-inch entry-level MacBook’, it sounds like a successor to the MacBook Air. It’s fair to say that the MacBook Air line has been left to stagnate. Show More Summary

Report: Apple suppliers easing off iPhone production following peak holiday season, iPhone 8 orders less than expected

Apple suppliers will be lowering component manufacturing for iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus in the first quarter of this year following the peak holiday season. Via Digitimes, lower orders are mostly from seasonality trends but...Show More Summary

Apple apparently shifting more MacBook orders to Foxconn with no plans for a major update in 2018

In a report from DigiTimes alleging Apple is sending more of its MacBook Pro orders to assembly partner Foxconn, it is also suggests Apple is not planning a major update to the notebook line in 2018 at all, though the claim does not completely discount potential changes to the line altogether.

Digitimes reports no major MacBook Pro update expected in 2018

Digitimes today reports that Apple is reallocating MacBook Pro orders from Quanta to Foxconn in order to lower costs and reduce risks. The company is willing to shift production this year reportedly because Apple does not have a major...Show More Summary

Apple again said to be working w/ MediaTek on modems for 2018 iPhones

2 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

As its battle with Qualcomm continues to escalate, Apple is again said to be considering modems from MediaTek for the 2018 iPhones. DigiTimes reports that Apple is looking for additional capacity after ‘transferring half of its orders to Intel from Qualcomm’… more…

Skyworks: Fear Not Chinese Mobile Chip Cuts, Says B Riley

Sales of Chinese smartphone makers are weaker than expected, of late, according to a report today from Sammi Huang and Joseph Tsai of DigiTimes, which is prompting those vendors to cut component orders. Craig Ellis, who follows the shares of wireless chip makers Skyworks Solutions (SWKS), among others, for B. Riley, urges investors not to worry, the stocks are already […]

iPhone X expected to break sales records over the course of the next year

Whatever concerns there were about the iPhone X prior to its launch last month, Apple's latest smartphone appears to be on pace to become yet another best-seller for the company. As reported by Digitimes, analytics firm IHS Markit claims...Show More Summary

Apple might release a new, cheaper iPad in 2018

The iPad is great, but it's so damn expensive. That may be about to change.  Anonymous sources with intimate knowledge of Apple's supply chain told DigiTimes that the tech giant is considering releasing a 9.7-inch iPad for only $259Show More Summary

Apple reportedly planning to release even cheaper 9.7-inch iPad in 2018

3 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

In March this year, Apple introduced a $329 9.7-inch iPad for the first time. Digitimes reports today that the company could go even lower next year, with Apple apparently planning a new 9.7-inch iPad in the $259 price range. The report...Show More Summary

Foxconn Begins Shipping iPhone X But First Batches "Are Smaller Than Expected": DigiTimes

While Apple's troubles with the iPhone 8 (which is being outsold by the iPhone 7) have been duly discussed in recent days and largely ignored by Wall Street, whose hopes remain pinned on the iPhone X, the latest update from DigiTimes...Show More Summary

Nintendo is reportedly ramping up production of its Switch console to meet increasing demand

Nintendo is ramping up the production of its Switch console, according to a report from DigiTimes (which we first saw via TechCrunch). The company is set to ship about 20 million units before the end of FY 2017 — which also coincides...Show More Summary

Report: Nintendo increases Switch orders to 2 million units a month

Just in time for the holiday season, DigiTimes reported this week that Nintendo is bumping up its orders of Nintendo Switch units to 2 million a month, according to upstream supply chain sources. Nintendo has said publicly on multiple...Show More Summary

Google may be in talks to buy HTC’s smartphone business

Recently, it was reported that HTC was deliberating a variety of different options to help its business, including an outright sale of the company. Now, Digitimes reports that HTC may be moving a bit forward with the selling [...]

Report: Google will save HTC’s smartphone business with a buyout

HTC’s phones have been struggling to make a dent in the Android market for years now, but the company may soon have a savior: Google itself. Digitimes reports (via Taiwanese publication Commercial Times) that HTC is in the “final stage...Show More Summary

Report: HTC in Final Negotiations to Sell Smartphone Business to…Google

5 months agoTechnology / Google : Droid Life

We’ve got a doozy of a story to kickstart your Thursday morning and as the title above suggests, involves two major players in this Android industry. According to DigiTimes, citing a report out of China’s Commercial Times, HTC has “entered...Show More Summary

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