$75 more in China
China's vendors are likely to adopt a pricing strategy selling their 5G smartphones at about $74 more than their current price ranges to increase profitability in 2019.
In time for Apple to invent two years later
The company, which brought the world the tablet and the touchscreen smartphone, is working on adapting Windows to work on foldable devices.
Breaking out of the CPU, GPU, and DSP
Huawei HiSilicon, Qualcomm and MediaTek AI Neural Processing Units (NPU) might become a new mainstream mobile AP architecture beyond CPU, GPU, and DSP.
While Apple sees sales slump
Huawei and Xiaomi have estimated their smartphone shipments for 2019 to surge over 20 percent compared to this year.
Taiwan IoT Technology and Industry Association warning
Taiwan IoT Technology and Industry Association (TwIoTA). Chairman Frank Huang has warned that it will take years before 5G applications to become popular.
The market is no longer flat
New statistics suggest that smartphone use is not just flat, but is in total decline.
Will not be exiting stage left pursued by bear
HTC has dismissed rumours claiming it would quit the smartphone market.
You do not get what you pay for
It looks like paying big bucks for a top-of-the-range smartphone does not buy you any security.
Shipments of smartphone-use application processors in China are expected to decrease 4.6 percent in the fourth quarter as smartphone vendors have become more conservative on pulling in orders due to lower visibility in demand in the end market.
Developing the Qualcomm model
Global chipmakers including Qualcomm, Intel, MediaTek and UNISOC (Spreadtrum & RDA) are looking to expand their 5G solutions to include non-handset applications.