Joining the big boys in 2016
Xiaomi is the latest big phone manufacturer trying to make its own SoCs to differentiate itself from the fearsome competition.
Helping IoT and Smart Data Startups
MediaTek labs and Startupbootcamp Internet of Things and Data will help others make a next-gen Internet of Things (IoT) products including demoing, prototyping, production, creating business models and investors for it.
Probably contains MediaTek Helio P10
The first pictures of HTC's new Hero, which is expected in October, have been leaked onto the web and we have good reasons to think it might have a MediaTek chip under the bonnet.
Acquisitions possible, seeking Japanese partners
The market is definitely changing. MediaTek made a lot of money on its smartphone SoC sales, but the company is looking beyond that. They now have clear IoT and Automotive market aspirations.
Review: Good battery, nice spec, unimpressive software
Chinese smartphone maker UMI has been around for a few years, and some westerners may be familiar with the company’s ultrathin Zero handset, or some of its fancy accessories, like stylish headphones.
Monitor and see everything in the cloud
During the last few quarters, we heard repeatedly how everything has to be connected and that the Internet of Things (IoT) might become a $36 billon market by 2020. Home automation has to be a big part of that cake.
Inexpensive solution for Makers robots
Everything is about Robots these days and Intel, MediaTek and many platform manufacturers are trying to find a way into the market.
Lack of 4G 20 band affected two carriers
Last week the HTC One M9+ was pulled from sales in the Netherlands, but not from rest of the Europe leaving many people puzzled.
5.5 inch 1.7GHz Octa core and a great camera for $179.99
Mlais is a company that brought a few extremely good phones for the price which we accidently discovered. It turns out that the company plans a successor to M7, simply called Mlais M7 Plus.
Helio is it MAh you are looking for?
MediaTek has announced a P10 mainstream chip with the original title "Helio P10" which runs on a thinner 5000 mAh battery than any mainstream phone near you.