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  • CNW Group

    MediaTek Announces Dimensity 800 5G Series Chipsets for New Premium 5G Smartphones

    MediaTek Announces Dimensity 800 5G Series Chipsets for New Premium 5G Smartphones

  • PR Newswire

    MediaTek Expands Rich IoT Program with New Partners to Drive Innovation in the Intelligent Devices Market

    MediaTek today announced its collaboration with multiple technology providers and design services firms to expand its Rich IoT program to drive innovation across the intelligent devices market. Working together, MediaTek and its partners will usher in differentiated, highly-integrated and feature-rich development platforms for the fast-moving IoT device marketplace. MediaTek's Rich IoT program includes three AIoT chipset platforms: i300B (MT8362B) for voice assistant devices, i300A (MT8362A) for multimedia displays and i500 (MT8385) for AI vision devices.

  • Apple Seen As Likely Buyer Of Broadcom Wireless Chip Businesses
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    Apple Seen As Likely Buyer Of Broadcom Wireless Chip Businesses

    Investment bank JPMorgan believes iPhone maker Apple is the most likely buyer of Broadcom's wireless chip businesses. Broadcom stock rose on Tuesday. Apple stock hit a record high.

  • Qualcomm and QCOM Stock Are the Center of the Tech Universe

    Qualcomm and QCOM Stock Are the Center of the Tech Universe

    Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) shares have spent the last six months grinding back to the high they achieved in April, after the company settled its patent suit with Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) on favorable terms.Source: Michael Vi / Shares opened Nov. 27 at $85.16. That's a market capitalization of nearly $97 billion, on expected sales of about $20 billion for the fiscal year that started in October. The trailing price-to-earnings ratio is high at 23.6, but the 62 cent per share dividend yields 2.9%, which compensates for it.With stock averages at a record high, it's hard to say buy anything. But if you're an income investor who can't get more than 2.3% on your money from the government, Qualcomm stock looks attractive right here.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips 5G Is ComingQualcomm is all about 5G, where it dominates the intellectual property landscape and still has a functional monopoly, because chip companies are made to buy that property even if they make chips.There are two threats to the monopoly. One is Huawei, which America's government tells phone makers to run away from. The second is the Federal Trade Commission, which continues to attack the base of the monopoly in court as an antitrust violation. * 7 Stocks to Buy in December The FTC's stance puts it at odds with President Donald Trump's Administration. Federal agencies call Qualcomm's market position essential to national security, pointing to the threat of China. The FTC case against Qualcomm is on appeal from a May decision, pending a hearing before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.Qualcomm currently has 45% of the mobile processor market with its Snapdragon line. Apple, while paying Qualcomm for its technology, still wants to make its own modems. Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) has announced it will partner with MediaTek (OTCMKTS:MDTKF), a Taiwanese company, in 5G modems. The biggest threat remains Huawei, which has doubled its share of the mobile phone market in just three years, to nearly 20%. What's Next?InvestorPlace's Tom Taulli recently wrote about the opportunities Qualcomm has beyond 5G. These include self-driving cars and tiny devices to automate currently inanimate objects, the so-called internet of things.These are now products you hold in your hand. They're existing products that are getting sensors, software and connectivity that work in the background. The markets haven't exploded because of concerns over privacy, security and whether computers can be trusted. Nevertheless, analysts still have their hockey sticks out, predicting the IoT market alone, now worth $212 billion, could be worth $1.6 trillion in 2025.If the analysts are even half right, investors could double their money.In addition to pushing its own IoT platform, Qualcomm is nurturing startups through its Qualcomm Ventures unit. That unit recently put $40 million into Particle, whose software stack works in industrial automation. The Bottom Line on Qualcomm StockEven assuming courts force it to change its licenses and accommodate competitors, Qualcomm remains well-placed in the mobile market.The heart of the 5G opportunity isn't that your smartphone gets faster. It's that wireless connectivity becomes ubiquitous, with modems moving sensor data from machines, wearables and even traffic lights, automating life in new ways.There are hundreds of devices in your home, and thousands in your daily life. You turn them on, turn them off and regulate them. Adding intelligence to them makes them safer and foolproof. That's assuming you can trust the machines.It's that future which makes Qualcomm a foundation stock in any tech portfolio, despite its legal hassles.Dana Blankenhorn is a financial and technology journalist. He is the author of the environmental story, Bridget O'Flynn and the Bear, available at the Amazon Kindle store. Write him at or follow him on Twitter at @danablankenhorn. As of this writing he owned shares in AAPL. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Stocks to Buy in December * 7 Unsteady Stocks Investors Should Consider Selling Before 2020 * 7 Entertainment Stocks to Buy to Escape Holiday Blues The post Qualcomm and QCOM Stock Are the Center of the Tech Universe appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • PR Newswire

    MediaTek and Intel Partner to Bring 5G Connectivity to the Next Generation of PCs

    MediaTek today announced it is partnering with Intel to bring MediaTek's new 5G modem to PCs. Through this partnership, Intel has been working with MediaTek on the 5G solution for deployment in key consumer and commercial laptop segments. MediaTek is developing the 5G modem and working with partners to manufacture the solution.

  • How a sanctions-busting smartphone business thrives in North Korea

    How a sanctions-busting smartphone business thrives in North Korea

    North Korea is evading U.N. sanctions to cash in on soaring domestic demand for smartphones, using low-cost hardware imports to generate significant income for the regime, according to defectors, experts and an analysis of North Korean-made phones. Economists estimate as many as six million North Koreans - a quarter of the population - now have mobile phones, a critical tool for participating in an informal market economy that has become a key income source for many. Reuters spoke to some 10 defectors and experts about the use of mobile devices in North Korea, as well as reviewing state media reports and advertisements for mobile devices, and examining two North Korean-branded smartphones.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Qualcomm-Samsung axis brings 5G to the masses as Huawei struggles

    SAN FRANCISCO/BERLIN, Sept 6 (Reuters) - Qualcomm Inc promised on Friday to bring 5G mobile phones to the masses with a high-end modem and said its chips would also power mid-price devices hitting the market next year. Fifth-generation chipsets from Qualcomm, the world's biggest supplier of mobile phone chips, now run on five devices from Samsung Electronics, including the $1,299 Galaxy S10 5G model and the new $2,000 Galaxy Fold. Samsung, the world's top smartphone seller, has also put Qualcomm chips in its lower-priced A90 5G model, which had used Samsung chips in an earlier version.

  • PR Newswire

    MediaTek Launches MT8516 2-Mic Development Kit to Accelerate Integration of Alexa Voice Service in Connected Devices

    New reference solution enables manufacturers to quickly design and bring to market smart devices with far-field speech recognition technology and multi-room music HSINCHU , Sept. 5, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- ...

  • PR Newswire

    MediaTek and T-Mobile Complete World's First Multi-vendor 5G NR Standalone Data Call

    Deployment test signifies new milestone in standalone 5G technology HSINCHU, Taiwan , Aug. 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- MediaTek and T-Mobile recently announced the completion of the world's first 5G New Radio ...

  • MediaTek Introduces New Helio G Series Chipsets - Helio G90 & G90T - and HyperEngine Game Technology to Power Incredible Smartphone Gaming Experiences
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    MediaTek Introduces New Helio G Series Chipsets - Helio G90 & G90T - and HyperEngine Game Technology to Power Incredible Smartphone Gaming Experiences

    HSINCHU, Taiwan, July 30, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- MediaTek today announced the launch of its Helio G90 series chipsets with Helio G90 & G90T exclusively designed to be the core of an incredible smartphone gaming experience. "The mobile gaming market is growing and device makers are looking to give consumers and especially gaming fans the best smartphone game-play experience.

  • Reuters

    MediaTek aims to take on Qualcomm with new 5G chip

    MediaTek is best know for making chips that go into smart speaker devices such as Inc's Echo units and for making the chips inside the more basic Android phones. Qualcomm's older chips also find their way into some of those low-priced phones, but the San Diego company is better known for supplying high-powered chips to more expensive Android phones such as Google's Pixel. With a new chip unveiled at the Computex trade show in Taiwan, MediaTek is targeting the more powerful phones currently supplied by Qualcomm.

  • MediaTek Unveils Groundbreaking New 5G SoC for First Wave of 5G Flagship Devices
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    MediaTek Unveils Groundbreaking New 5G SoC for First Wave of 5G Flagship Devices

    Multi-mode 5G chipset, with MediaTek Helio M70 modem built-in, boasts 7nm process and newest CPU, GPU and APU technology for a big performance boost and super-fast connectivity TAIPEI, Taiwan , May 29, ...

  • MediaTek's 5G chipsets are ready for cheaper next-gen phones

    MediaTek's 5G chipsets are ready for cheaper next-gen phones

    The first wave of 5G devices carried a high premium, but MediaTek is working hard to ensure that budget handsets aren't left behind. The company has announced a new 5G-compatible system-on-chip that will offer decent performance and 5G connectivity to lower-end devices. The elegantly-named Integrated 5G SoC combines MediaTek's M70 5G modem with Arm's Cortex-A77 CPU and Mali-G77 GPU.

  • PR Newswire

    MediaTek Accelerates Design of Smart Connected Devices With New Rich IoT Program Based on Open Standards

    MediaTek collaborates with global design houses - including BayLibre & StreamUnlimited - to bring open standards compliant chipset solutions with voice & AI technology to companies developing Intelligent ...

  • Reuters

    BRIEF-MediaTek Says March Sales Up 11.0 Percent Y/Y

    April 10 (Reuters) - MediaTek Inc: * SAYS MARCH SALES UP 11.0 PERCENT Y/Y Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Reporting by Hong Kong newsroom)

  • Shampoo magnate uses glasses-free 3D to push budget phones

    Shampoo magnate uses glasses-free 3D to push budget phones

    Remember how shampoo magnate John Paul DeJoria threw himself into the mobile world five years ago? He's now offering smartphones -- and they might be appealing if you find most budget phones a little boring. Rokit's newly launched Io 3D and Io Pro 3D (above) both offer glasses-free 3D without the expense that usually comes with the tech. You won't need to go to the length of buying a RED Hydrogen One just to bedazzle your friends. There's even an "expansive" catalog of content to watch through an app that that hosts movies and other stereoscopic material.

  • Reuters

    BRIEF-MediaTek's Unit Nephos Cayman To Buy Back 6.82 Pct Stake In Nephos (Hefei)


  • Reuters

    BRIEF-Taiwan's MediaTek Says Feb Sales Up 11.4 Percent Y/Y

    March 8 (Reuters) - MediaTek Inc: * SAYS FEB SALES UP 11.4 PERCENT Y/Y Source text in Chinese: Further company coverage: (Reporting by Hong Kong newsroom)