Displaying items by tag: SOCs

Researchers from Check Point Research, part of the Israeli firm Check Point, have released barebones details about remotely exploitable vulnerabilities in a media codec used by Android phones that are built atop SoCs from Qualcomm and MediaTek.

Published in Security

The percentage of 5G-capable smartphones sold globally in January was more than half of the total in a single month for the first time, the technology analyst firm Counterpoint Research says.

Published in Mobility

Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies is claimed to be licensing its smartphone designs to other vendors in order that it can get past American sanctions that have devastated its smartphone business.

Published in Technology Regulation

Chinese smartphone manufacturer OPPO, part of the giant B.B.K. Electronics group, is set to start designing its own chips for its high-end smartphones, the Nikkei Asia website claims, adding that this was understood to be a bid to rid itself of dependence on suppliers like Qualcomm and MediaTek.

Published in Mobility

Chinese smartphone vendor Huawei is trying to sell its P and Mate flagship smartphone divisions, a report claims, adding that this move, if carried through, would mean the company's exit from the premium smartphone business. The company has denied it has any such plan.

Published in Mobility

Chipmaker Qualcomm Technologies has announced that it will make a number of different SoCs for use in the next generation of automobiles manufactured by General Motors.

Published in Automotive

Android smartphones which have Qualcomm SoCs from the new 888 mobile platform onwards will receive three operating system version updates in addition to the version that comes with the device, under a new arrangement with Google.

Published in Mobility

Finnish telecommunications equipment provider Nokia has joined with Tampere University to set up a so-called centre of excellence to help in developing system-on-chip custom processors for its ReefShark chipset portfolio.

Published in Hardware

American firm Qualcomm Technologies, with 29%, remained top of the market for smartphone application processors - also known as system-on-chip - during the second quarter of the year, despite losing three percentage points year-on-year.

Published in Mobility

Symantec says a larger Asia-Pacific presence will give its customers ‘more comprehensive monitoring and intelligence to stop advanced attacks.’

Published in Security




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