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Latest Mediatek news

  • AMD in last minute HSA push

    So far AMD has converted Imagination Technologies, ARM, Samsung, Mediatek, Qualcomm, and Texas Instruments to the technology. The reason they are interested might be simply that it gives them access to APU technology that they would not have for years.
  • Mediatek makes waves in the smartphone market

    And while Qualcomm still holds the number one share with 53 percent revenue, followed by Apple with a 15 percent share, Mediatek toppled Samsung for the number three place, with 11 percent share.
  • MediaTek signs SoC licensing deal with Imagination Technologies

    Imagination will licence part of its POWERVR SGX Series5XT graphics processor family to Mediatek.
  • Mediatek will not get Nokia 2G chip

    Although it has been chatting to MediaTek about making its 2G integrated chip, Nokia is likely to award the product to Mstar, a Taiwanese analyst claims.
  • Rambus buries patent hatchet with Freescale

    This act of kindness is a rarity for the company, which is well known for raising havoc over alleged patent infringements. It has sued IBM, Nvidia, Broadcom, Freescale, Samsung, LSI, Mediatek, and ST Microelectronics to name a few.
  • Eric Schmidt to embark on Asia tour

    He will also speak to contract makers such as Hon Hai and Wistron, and component suppliers, such as Mediatek and AU Optronics in a bid to show them that Android reigns over Apple.
  • LG and Mediatek sign patent agreement with Mosaid

    Mosaid Technologies, which specialises in intellectual property semiconductor licensing, has signed a patent agreement with LG and MediaTek.
  • ITC backs Rambus with probe into 34 hardware companies

    LawThe companies in question are: Freescale Semiconductor, Broadcom, LSI, Mediatek, Nvidia, STMicroelectronics N.V, STMicroelecronics, Inc., Asustek, Asus, Audio Partnership, Biostar Microtech (U.S.A.
  • Mediatek partners with Docomo for global LTE push

    Japanese semiconductor outfit Mediatek, which specialises in wireless and digital, has signed a deal with NTT Docomo to integrate LTE mobile tech with 2G and 3G to roll out first in Japan and then globally.
  • MediaTek Android phones cheap as chipsets in Q3

    MediaTek made a similar deal with Microsoft earlier this year to produce cost-effective Windows Phone 7 smartphones. With both its rivals teaming up with Mediatek, Apple must be feeling the pressure to do something about its expensive iPhones, with many people being still unable to afford the older
  • Mediatek signs up to Open Handset Alliance

    Fabless chip firm Mediatek said it has joined the Open Handset Alliance and so like 71 other companies said that Android rocks.
  • Opera releases first quarter figures

    Handset makers such as Samsung or OEMs like Mediatek use Opera Mini on their phones to distribute mobile content and to allow subscribers to surf the net. Major operators use Mini as a network-branded, preinstalled browser. Vodafone, for instance, is employing it in its Vodafone 360 push.
  • Chip sales in March likely blossomed

    Chinese PC production was strong in March, and handset exports rose strongly during the month, with Mediatek indicating that there will be 450 million or more handsets using its technology this year.
  • Mobile email vendor pushes into low cost handsets for developing markets

    Playing with the handset, Techeye was impressed with its speed. Jackie Lee, a director with KC Mobile, revealed the two models use chips from Mediatek.
  • Chinese may have dumped handsets over Christmas

    The key component, Techeye suspects, is the GSM-on-a-chip component which provides an instant handset and is probably sourced from Mediatek. The fake iPhone which Techeye has seen appears to use one, too.

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