Vol 25 - Issue 14


Asustek Result 11/04/2018

by Vijaya

Asustek has announced consolidated revenues of $3.38 billion (NT$99 billion) for the first quarter of 2018, down 9% on year. Revenues for March increased to 51% but later dropped by 10% on year to …

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Apple Says No New Mac Pro Until 2019

by Andrew Fenn

In an interview with TechCrunch, Apple’s Tom Boger revealed that the new Mac Pro will not be released until next year. “We want to be transparent and communicate openly with our pro community, so …

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Eizo ColorEdge CG319X DCI-4K Supports HDR

by Bob Raikes

Eizo has a new DCI-4K 31.1″ monitor, the CG319X, which has support for HDR (HLG and PQ curves supported) for high end video and photo editing. Colour support is 98% of DCI-P3 and 99% …

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iFixit Teardown Reveals OIS on All Huawei P20 Pro Cameras

by Andrew Fenn

Ifixit’s teardown of the Huawei P20 Pro has revealed that optical image stabilisation (OIS) hardware is present in all three of the device’s cameras, something that wasn’t clear initially. (Huawei P20 Pro Camera Impresses) …

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Digital TV Research: Global Pay TV to Gain 95 Million Subscribers

by Andrew Fenn

Digital TV Research forecasts 95 million additional pay TV subscribers between 2017 and 2023 to take the global total to 1.1 billion. Based on forecasts for 138 countries, the number of pay TV subscribers …

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Mediacom Extends Licensing Agreement with TiVo

by Andrew Fenn

TiVo has announced that it has renewed its product and patent portfolio license agreement with Mediacom Communications, a multichannel video service provider in the US. The extension provides Mediacom with access to a range …

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Lytro Is No More

by Kathleen Maher

One of the tech industry’s most promising startups, Lytro, looks like it’s headed for the dustbin of startups. The news was a little muddled early on with early stories reporting a sale to Google …

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Laval Virtual 2018 Roundup

by Bob Raikes

Most of Daqri‘s developments in the last year have been in software as it produced its helmets in 2016 and its glasses in 2017. At the show, the company was highlighting its Worksense software …

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Barco Adds to Controller Cards

by Bob Raikes

Barco was at the show with ImmersionVR, a French systems integrator and AR/VR specialist. As well as two rear-projection installations with active 3D, Barco was showing the Unisee video wall which was impressively bright …

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AVIC Hosts Tianma and AVIC GuoHua

by Bob Raikes

AVIC is a major Chinese aviation industry player (the Aviation Industry Corporation of China) and has 100 subsidiaries (‘nearly’ 27 listed companies) and more than 450,000 employees. It had a big booth with companies …

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Small Panel Makers See Monthly Improvement But Down on Year

by Yvette Raikes

Following the shortest month, sales of small and medium panels from the four big panel makers bounced back 10.6% MoM to 97.79 million, but this was down 13.7% YoY. AUO saw March revenue of …

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Christie Collaborates with Antycip

by Bob Raikes

Christie was at the show, but as in previous years, it was mainly supporting partners and the main recepient of this support was Antycip, a simulation specialist that was using UST Christie projectors with …

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