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iPhone 6 release date

Mark Peters : 2014-08-01 10:40:00
Production issues restrict Apple’s iPhone 6 release : Despite Apple’s plans of launching the iPhone 6 in late 2014, optical demands in handheld devices failed to generate price upticks in the sapphire substrate industry, according to LED inside, a research subdivision of market-research organization TrendForce. Sapphire ingot, substrate and patterned sapphire substrate prices all dropped in July 2014, with some product prices down 5%-10% Quarter-on-Quarter. The research organization noted optical demands lagged behind sapphire manufacturers’ production expansion, and order volumes have fallen short of expectations. In the sapphire ingot industry, 2-inch ingot prices were down to US $3.5-$4.0, while 2-inch sapphire substrate prices were maintained at US $6.8-$7.2.


Apple and Samsung dominate smartphone market

Mark Peters : 2014-07-08 09:38:00
Apple and Samsung devices dominate smartphone Top 20 : Samsung and Apple account for the majority of the top 20 smartphone models sold worldwide in Q1 2014. Heavily marketed flagship smartphones like the Apple iPhone 5s 16GB and the popular Samsung Galaxy S4 16GB top the rankings. "Samsung’s dominance is driven by its market leading 27% market share and despite Apple’s lower market share its small, clearly tiered portfolio creates significant volume for just a few SKUs," commented Nick Spencer, senior practice director, ABI Research. ABI Research provides in-depth analysis and quantitative forecasting of trends in global connectivity and other emerging technologies.


Sigma digital camera test program

Mark Peters : 2014-07-06 11:35:00
Test a Sigma DP2 Quattro camera : Sigma Corporation of America, manufacturer of some of the world's most impressive lenses, digital cameras and flashes, announced the launch of the new "Try Before You Buy" loaner program that offers consumers the opportunity to test a Sigma DP2 Quattro camera - before it’s available to purchase in stores. Sigma announced the DP Quattro series in February of this year, with each of the three digital cameras in the series featuring a redesigned camera body and Foveon Quattro Direct Image sensor, which is equivalent to a Bayer 39 megapixel conventional sensor in resolution testing. Sigma encourages all consumers participating in the loaner program to share their feedback and photos using the hashtag #SigmaQuattro.


Samsung Galaxy S5 voice processing solution

Mark Peters : 2014-07-05 11:35:00
Samsung Galaxy S5 Android phone : Fortemedia, the world leader in voice processing technologies, announced its ForteVoice iS620 was selected by Samsung Galaxy S5 to enhance the device’s voice processing solution for both handheld and speaker phone modes. ForteVoice has been adopted by several Samsung flagship products. The new Galaxy S5 Android phone demonstrates Fortemedia’s continual technology leadership in voice processing by being Samsung’s new generation flagship solution provider, thereby forging a long-term partnership between the two companies. ForteVoice iS620 has been adopted by many smart phone OEMs. It is available as part of the solution of Wolfson codec, as well as supporting Qualcomm open DSP which is available in Qualcomm’s multiple application processors.


25th anniversary of the Canon EOS 1

Mark Peters : 2014-06-22 12:00:00
Canon EOS-1 Series of digital SLR cameras : Canon USA is commemorating the 25th anniversary of the EOS-1 series, the flagship model line-up of the company’s EOS series of interchangeable-lens cameras that debuted in 1989. In 1987, Canon launched EOS, the world’s first autofocus single-lens reflex camera to feature a fully electronic mount system, using electrical signals to control such functions as auto focusing and aperture adjustment. Two years later, in 1989, the Company introduced its top-of-the-line professional model EOS-1. Created to satisfy the advanced demands of professional photographers, the camera marked the inaugural model of Canon’s EOS-1 series.


5G mobile network technology

Mark Peters : 2014-06-17 17:45:00
5G network technology : An agreement signed in Seoul today is a milestone in the global race to develop 5G mobile technologies. Neelie Kroes, Vice-President of the European Commission for the Digital Agenda, and Mr. Mun-Kee CHOI, South Korea's Minister of Science, ICT and Future Planning (MSIP) have agreed to work towards a global definition of 5G and to cooperate in 5G research. They also agreed on the need for harmonized radio spectrum to ensure global interoperability and on the preparation of global standards for 5G. The average 10-year time cycle between two generations of communications infrastructures is quickly shrinking. Therefore, now it's time to kick-start 5G investment and position European industrial players in order to seize the first-mover advantage.


Active tracking devices on display at CES Show

Mark Peters : 2014-01-05 18:40:00
iFit wearable active tracking band : At the 2014 International Consumer Electronic Show, iFit will introduce its wearable iFit Active band, at booth #25933 in the Fitness Tech Zone at the Las Vegas Convention Center South Hall #2. iFit is the first ever technology to unify your fitness activities at home, in the club, and outside, all with a single login. With over 15 million miles logged on fitness equipment in 2013, iFit is continually growing and evolving to create the most interactive workout experience possible. iFit’s complete approach to fitness has expanded to an entirely new way to work out: with Internet-connected fitness equipment, mobile apps, and now wearable devices.


BlackBerry files lawsuit against Typo

Ilse Jurriën : 2014-01-05 12:00:00
BlackBerry Limited announced that it has filed a lawsuit against Typo Products. Typo announced the Typo Keyboard that will be available for pre-order this month. The complaint against Typo alleges patent infringement and that Typo has blatantly copied BlackBerry’s keyboard with its iPhone keyboard case designed to slip on to iPhone devices. The Typo Keyboard violates BlackBerry's intellectual property rights, and BlackBerry will protect those rights from blatant copying and infringement. BlackBerry’s iconic physical keyboard designs have been recognized by the press and the public as a significant market differentiator for its mobile handheld devices. This lawsuit has been filed in the Northern District of California.






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