Pixelworks Iris 5 to improve future smartphone displays
Published in Mobiles

HDR10/HDR10+ Tone Mapping, smooth gaming 

Pixelworks recently scored a strategic agreement with HDM Nokia and just days before MWC the company announced its 5th generation Iris. Now, the company announced its next generation power efficient premier processor for mobile devices.

Xilinx Zynq Ultrascale+ RFSoC is an adaptable RF radio platform
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Single chip for 5G Wireless, Cable Access and Radar Applications

Xilinx was one of the winners of the 4G  battle because of its involvement in 4G adaptable solutions for the infrastructure and the fact that the infrastructure changes in order to accommodate the new 3GPP standards.

OnePlus 5G with Snapdragon 855 arrives in Q2 19
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On Finnish carrier Elisa

Finland is the land of Nokia and Nokia is a big player in the 5G infrastructure. This is why Finnish telecommunication carrier Elisa plans to launch a OnePlus 5G enabled device in the second quarter of 2019.

Samsung S10, 10+, 5G and fold are a Qualcomm win
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855, 5G, ultrasonic sensor

The Galaxy S10 series and the Galaxy Fold are the next chapter in Samsung’s history and the company decided to use multiple Qualcomm products to power the S10, 10+ and the Galaxy S10 5G.

SK Hynix to build four memory chip plants
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Spending $107 billion

SK Hynix will spend $107 billion building four memory chip factories  in the hope of seeing off Chinese rivals.

Sony to increase chip engineer hires
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Expanding chip operations

Sony is expanding its chip operations and will assign 40 percent of its new engineer hires in Japan over the next two years.

Apple to merge iPhone, iPad and Mac apps
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Even though it said users didn’t want it

Fruity cargo cult Apple is merging its iPhone and Mac Apps by 2021 despite previously saying users did not want it.

Nestle and Disney pull YouTube adverts
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Kiddy porn crisis

Walt Disney and Nestle have pulled advertising spending from YouTube after a blogger detailed how comments on Google’s video site were being used to facilitate a “soft-core paedophilia ring”.

Verging on the silly
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21 February 2019

Verging on the silly

Verge made a terrible video and the parent company unleashed the lawyers on those who mocked

The parent company of the Verge magazine discovered the meaning of the Streisand effect after its lawyers issued copyright takedown requests for two YouTube videos that slammed a video.

Britain and Germany dismiss US Huawei scare stories
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There is no evidence of spying

It is starting to look like the US has been using its position as the lead spymaster of the West to plant fake scare stories against Huawei.