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LAS VEGAS, Jan. 7, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- MediaTek will showcase its latest technology for its automotive chip brand Autus at CES, the international Consumer Electronics Show.
With MediaTek's Helio P90, OEMs can quickly add ARCore and Google Lens capability
Helio P90 brings a powerful AI engine and advanced camera features in an energy-efficient design
Helio M70 supports key 5G technologies including standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) network architectures for faster connectivity Lower latency and improved reference design deliver a high-speed network experience for the 5G era GUANGZHOU, China,...
MediaTek completes integration of DOCOMO's AI Agent system on the MT8516
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Another rally in the tech sector gives the Nasdaq the energy to close out October with another record on Tuesday.
Stocks are slightly higher as tech gains kept the Nasdaq in the green.
Stocks are mixed as a surprise selloff in Pfizer shares weigh on the Dow Jones Industrial Average but tech gains keep the Nasdaq in the green.
Multiple reports suggest Qualcomm's spat over royalty payments with Apple could see it out of the iphone and ipad component lineup.
Stock futures move higher on Tuesday, setting up for a recovery from losses a day earlier as U.S. central bankers convene for a policy meeting.
Qualcomm remains the top supplier of the high-end market.
Valens, located in a suburb of Tel Aviv, provides semiconductor tech for high-speed transmission of data in automobiles.
TheStreet highlights six stocks to watch after President-elect Donald Trump's call to Taiwan.
Trump's chat with Taiwan's president was no accident, and could affect the Taiwanese companies doing business on the mainland.
U.K. chip designer Imagination swings to profit amid ongoing restructuring effort and domestic currency weakness.
Analysts attribute its weakness to subdued growth at Apple and loss of businesses at Intel, Mediatek.
The tech industry sub-sector that requires sensors, processors and radio equipment will cover 29 billion enabled objects by 2020 and be worth $1.9 trillion, market research firm Gartner forecasts.
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