Xiaomi all set for UK launch
Watch out for a hands on
As previously reported on Fudzilla, mobile phone firm Xiaomi is ready to introduce its products into the UK and European markets and kick out the jams.
Phone vendors are not updating their Linux kernels
Pop goes the kernel
Linux kernel maintainer Greg Kroah-Hartman has warned that despite developer efforts, security problems can persist thanks to outside vendors beyond their control.
HTC has its biggest drop in sales for two years
Just getting worse
HTC has been struggling to stay competitive for years now with its Android handsets and virtual-reality headsets, but it has just reported itsbiggest drop in sales for two years.
Samsung’s chip earnings cover all manner of sins
Note 7 and bribery scandal can be safely glossed over
Samsung might have been having a trying time this year, but at least none of it appears to have kicked it too hard in the bottom line.
Nokia phones are back from the dead
This time they’re not stopping, they’ve brought some corn for popping
Nokia-branded mobile phones are on sale, once again, and can be seen on the Finnish company's website.
Apple slashes iPhone orders
Doing worse than expected
The fruity tax-doging cargo-cult Apple has been forced to slash its orders for the iPhone 7 family because it is not doing as well as it expected.
Helio X30 shaping up at 10nm
2x A73, 4X A53 and 4X A35
MediaTek has started making rather unique chips and its strategy was even followed by some of its competition. Helio X20 / X25 was the world’s first deca-core SoC that did a decent job, but Helio X30 again packs deca-core with an impressive alignment.
Blackberry gives up on Smartphones
End of an error
BlackBerry has said it's getting out of the hardware business and will "outsource that function to partners."
100 design wins for Mediatek's P10
Exclusive: 100 phones will say helio to P10
Fudzilla can confirm that MediaTek has signed up its new Helio P10 for more than 100 devices and that the company has won more than 100 design wins.
Intel’s VP mentions Core M phablets
Compute sticks and NUCs
Intel VP Kirk Skaugen says phablets are the fastest growing segment in mobile computing and Intel Core M might end up in one or two.