From robotic vacuum cleaners doing their job at hotel lobbies to smart robots delivering food in restaurants, the use of intelligent robotics is becoming increasingly prevalent. But, in addition to bringing you coffee, these advanced machines are already revolutionizing manufacturing and even research and development. OPPO is one of the companies leading the charge in this area. The company integrates smart robotics and self-developed AI algorithms to add more intelligence and efficiency to its R&D processes.
ICT distributor VSTECS Phils., Inc. — formerly MSI-ECS Phils., Inc. — has been appointed as the official distributor of the Nintendo Switch in the Philippines, following years of uncertainty with regard to the popular video-game console’s local distributorship.
Following the release of the MediaTek Dimensity 9300 earlier this month, the world’s leading chip maker announced a new chipset, this time for sub-flagships and midrange devices.
Almost a month after introducing the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 flagship chipset, Qualcomm today announced its most powerful mobile platform yet for midrange devices.
Counterpoint Research‘s most recent report on the Southeast Asian smartphone market shows how the brands ranked in the third quarter of 2023. And one of the insights likewise reveals the vendor that topped the Philippine market.
MediaTek, the industry’s leading mobile chip maker with a reported 30% market share in Q2 2023, has announced the MediaTek Dimensity 9300. The Taiwanese manufacturer’s latest flagship chipset will go head-to-head with the recently launched Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3.
Qualcomm has announced its new flagship chipset and the sequel to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, which powers most of today’s top-end smartphones, including the Samsung Galaxy S23 series.
Foldable smartphones have become increasingly popular in recent years, and since the introduction of this segment of smartphones, there has been much excitement in product launches around the world. Some of the most prominent findings of a Counterpoint Research study include the expectation that global shipments of foldable smartphones will reach 55 million units by 2025, along with the realization that global smartphone brands have made significant headway in this industry.
Smart Communications may have offered the first prepaid eSIM in the Philippines, launching it in July this year, but Globe introduced the embedded Subscriber Identification Module to the local market in 2018, albeit to postpaid consumers.
Huawei has quietly launched the Mate 60 series in its native China, and fans have quickly trooped to the company’s stores to purchase the new models, which include the top-end Huawei Mate 60 Pro Plus with three punch holes in the display and three rear cameras.
Xiaomi Corporation, a consumer electronics and smart manufacturing company with smartphones and smart hardware connected by an Internet of Things platform at its core, announced its unaudited consolidated results for the three months ended June 30, 2023.
Transsion Holdings, which operates TECNO, Infinix, and Itel in the Philippines, held on to the top spot of the local smartphone-vendor ranking for two consecutive quarters.
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For fans of TP-Link, great news! The networking and connectivity solutions provider now has its first physical store in the country. As its first entry into the Philippines, this marks an exciting chapter for Filipino consumers and tech enthusiasts.
The global smartphone market fell in the second quarter of 2023, marking the eighth consecutive quarter that it experienced a year-on-year decline.
Signing up for a Starlink internet plan is now more affordable than ever, thanks to this limited-time deal that significantly drops the price of the Starlink dish-antenna kit.
Local telecommunications company Smart Communications has silently rolled out the Philippines’ first-ever prepaid eSIM, allowing owners of eSIM-capable devices like Apple iPhones and the Samsung Galaxy S23 series to use an embedded or digital SIM while enjoying the perks of not being attached to a mobile plan.
TCL Electronics Philippines has launched its newest range of home-entertainment products and smart domestic technology appliances at its recently held Grand Summit.
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American chipmaker Qualcomm has introduced a 5G chipset that’s meant for smartphones that cost $200 (around P11,097) or less — and we might just see it commercially launched soon.