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CHPT Next Year to Launch 7-nm Test Product

Published: Aug 07,2017


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Survey Finds Varied Autonomy and Safety Technology Preferences for New Vehicles, IHS Markit Says

According to IHS Markit research, on consumer preferences for full autonomy in new vehicles finds the technology is not yet popular among a broad audience. Ironically, the same audience ranked it among the very features they would be willing to pay the most for in their next new vehicle purchase...

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Clientron to Display POS Terminals with NFC Multi-Payment Solution at RetailNOW 2017

TAIPEI, Taiwan - Clientron Corp., announced it will be displaying its full range of POS product innovations to comply with multi-payment solutions and various POS peripherals at RetailNOW 2017, which will take place on Aug. 7-8...

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New Flagship Launches in 2017H2 will Drive Growth in the PRC Smartphone Market, says IDC

According to the IDC Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker reveals, 111.8 million smartphones were shipped to China in 2017Q2, and the year-on-year (YoY) growth was flat this quarter. After the extremely high 2016Q4 which saw OPPO, vivo and Huawei launching popular flagships that helped to drive replacement growth, the market has started to slow down...

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Global Smartphone Production Volume Reached 324 Million Units in Q3, TrendForce Reports

The global smartphone production volume reached 324 million units in the second quarter, according to TrendForce. Samsung, Apple and Huawei retained first, second and third place, respectively, in the worldwide production volume ranking for the period...

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Panasonic Develops Drowsiness-Control Technology by Detecting and Predicting Driver's Level of Drows

Panasonic Corporation announced today that it has developed a drowsiness-control technology for detecting and predicting a person's level of drowsiness and allowing to stay comfortably awake. This technology, which can help prevent drowsy driving, detects a driver's shallow drowsiness at the initial state by accurately measuring the driver's states without physical contact, including blinking features and facial expressions, etc...

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Toshiba Memory Unveils 64-Layer, 3D Flash Memory, Single Package NVMe Client SSD

Toshiba Memory Corporation today announced the launch of the BG3 series, a new line-up of single package NVM Express (NVMe) client SSDs integrating Toshiba Memory Corporation’s cutting-edge 64-layer, 3-bit-per-cell (TLC) BiCS FLASH and controller in a ball grid array (BGA) package...

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