Vol 23 - Issue 19


Thales Partners with Spanish MoD

by Tom Allen

Thales has signed a deal with the Spanish Ministry of Defence to supply its Scorpion helmet-mounted displays to the EF-18 aircraft. The 80 units to be supplied will be installed in 2016 and 2017, …

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Copaco Signs with Vidi-Touch

by Tom Allen

Copaco is now distributing Vidi-Touch touch displays for digital signage in the Netherlands.

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Huawei Designs MediaPad for Video

by Tom Allen

Huawei’s newest tablet, the MediaPad T2 10.0 Pro, is focused on content consumption (and not, as the name suggests, for work). The 10.1″ LCD display (IPS panel) has an eye care mode – although …

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Much-Leaked Samsung Tablet is Official

by Tom Allen

Back in March, a new tablet appeared on Samsung’s website before being swiftly removed. The tablet featured a 10.1″ display and was known as the Galaxy Tab 10.1 A. At the end of last …

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New Asus Phones Coming this Summer

by Tom Allen

Sources in Taiwan have said that Asus will show off third-generation models in its Zenfone family in June. Over 90% of the Zenfone 3 units will use Qualcomm processors; the others will use Mediatek.

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Asus Expects Mid-Year Rise

by Tom Allen

Asus’ April revenues fell sharply, down 42.4% MoM and 12.7% YoY, to NT$26.1 billion ($799.3 million). Year-to-date revenues were up 3.1% YoY, at NT$136.1 billion ($4.2 billion). The fall was blamed on delayed purchases, …

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Acer Down in April

by Tom Allen

Acer has said that its consolidated revenues fell 42.1% MoM and 11.2% YoY in April. Revenues reached NT$14 billion ($428.8 million), with year-to-date revenues of NT$70.4 billion ($2.2 billion) (down 16.2%).

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Foxconn Slightly Down in April

by Tom Allen

Foxconn’s April revenues were down 5.1% MoM and 8.5% YoY in April, to NT$322.4 billion ($9.9 billion). In the first four months of the year, revenues fell 6.3% to NT$1.3 trillion ($39.8 billion).

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Ateme Drives Live UHD in Spain

by Tom Allen

Ateme’s Titan compression system was used by Spanish public broadcaster RTVE to broadcaster the ‘Parsifal’ opera from Teatro Real last month, in UltraHD. The broadcast used both satellite and terrestrial networks. The signal was …

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Asahi Result 09/05/2016

by Dhruv Dayal Gupta

Asahi Glass reported Q1 2016 net loss of 57 billion yen ($521 million), compared to a net profit of 16.5 billion yen ($150 million) in the same period last year. Turnover was 308 billion …

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Nokia Result 10/05/2016

by Dhruv Dayal Gupta

Nokia reported its first financial result as part of a combined entity with Alcatel Lucent, with a net loss of €513 million ($583 million). Turnover was €5.6 billion ($6.3 billion). Turnover from Europe, the …

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UniPixel Result 05/05/2016

by Dhruv Dayal Gupta

Unipixel reported Q1 2016 net loss of $8.4 million, up 50% YoY from $5.6 million. Turnover for the period was $0.9 million, compared to $0 for the same period previous year.

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