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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

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

3 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

I wonder why Apple is stockpiling a ‘massive’ pile of camera modules

A new report from Digitimes quotes sources in the supply chain as saying that Apple is working to secure a massive stockpile of camera lens modules from smaller Chinese suppliers. Either Tim Cook has a thing for having useless inventory...Show More Summary

Samsung & SK Hynix Graphics Memory Prices Increase Over 30% In August

4 months agoTechnology / Hardware : AnandTech

In the midst of a global DRAM shortage, Digitimes reports that the market prices for graphics memory from Samsung and SK Hynix have increased by over 30% for August. This latest jump in memory prices is apparently due to the pair of DRAM manufacturers repurposing part of their VRAM production capacities for server and smartphone memories instead. Show More Summary

Facebook, Inc. Might Also Jump Into Smart Speaker Fray

4 months agoTechnology : sCommerce

Smart speakers are all the rage right now in tech, so it’s not all that surprising that Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) is reportedly looking to enter the space. DIGITIMES reports that Facebook is exploring a smart speaker, but instead of being run by a voice-powered virtual assistant like other companies’, it may use a 15-inch touchscreen as […]

Facebook’s Rumored Smart Speaker Is A Great And Terrible Idea

The social networking giant is rumored to be working on an Echo-like speaker device. It makes sense, but it also makes us a little nervous. Yesterday, DigiTimes reported that Facebook is working on an ambient voice device to compete with the likes of the Amazon Echo. This could be a great and/or terrible idea. Read Full Story

Facebook’s 15 inch smart speaker closes another window for Microsoft

News has leaked today, via Digitimes, of a new entrant in the smart speaker space, Facebook, who’s device, esconded in magnesium alloy, will feature a 15-inch touch screen. The rumoured device will presumably be a competitor to the Amazon...Show More Summary

Facebook reportedly building smart speaker with touch screen

Facebook may launch its own smart home gadget to get you messaging more friends and looking at more photos. DigiTimes reports from Taiwan that Facebook is building a 15-inch touch screen smart speaker. Citing sources from the “upstream...Show More Summary

Facebook is reportedly building an Amazon-like smart speaker that will launch in 2018 (FB)

Facebook plans to release a smart speaker with a 15-inch touchscreen in early 2018, according to a new report from Digitimes citing sources in the Asian supply chain. The speaker is reportedly being developed by Facebook's consumer hardware lab, Building 8. Show More Summary

Brace for higher laptop prices as PC component shortages looms

Digitimes is warning that shipments of laptops and PCs are set to disappoint in Q2 2017, due to ongoing component shortages which would see price rises in crucial components such as DRAM being passed on to consumers, and therefore dampen demand and sales. Show More Summary

Apple wants to build its own OLED displays to reduce reliance on Samsung, says supply chain report

Apple is trying to cut down on its dependance on lone suppliers of critical iPhone components, especially in the case of its reliance on Samsung for OLED displays. According to a new Digitimes report, Apple is rumored to be buildingShow More Summary

Apple is reportedly planning to build its own OLED panels to reduce its dependence on Samsung (AAPL)

Apple has purchased a number of chemical vapor deposition (CVD) machines to build its own organic light-emitting diode (OLED) displays, according to a report by Korean outlet ET News (which we saw via DigiTimes). The Cupertino company...Show More Summary

Apple’s ‘iPhone 8? Production Delayed 1-2 Months, Says DigiTimes

Apple's iPhone production is running one to two months behind the normal start of iPhone production, according to a report by trade publication DigiTimes, citing a report by Economic Daily News.

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