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HDI board supply may be tight in 2010 on strong smartphone demand, says Unitech exec

Supply of HDI boards may become tight next year as handset vendors are aggressively expanding their smartphone product lines, according to Unitech Printed Circuit Board general manager Hsu Cheng-Hung.    

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Motorola likely to release orders for millions of 2.5G feature phones; China makers expected to benefit most

Motorola is likely to release orders for up to several tens of millions of 2.5G feature phones to ODM makers in China and Taiwan with an aim to push its global market share to 10%, according to sources at Taiwa    

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PCB demand for feature phones picking up

Taiwan-based PCB makers have seen growing orders from the feature phone segment, signaling overall handset demand in the fourth quarter is likely to return to seasonal patterns, according to sources at the make    

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Huawei sells 60 million mobile broadband cards and modules

China-based Huawei Technologies has sold a total of 60 million units of mobile broadband data cards and built-in modules to 315 telecom carriers, including Vodafone, Telefonica, T-Mobile, Orange, Hutchison and    

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Apple expected to extend exclusive wireless deal with AT&T, says iSuppli

Apple will extend its exclusive iPhone service deal with AT&T, while this may not be the boon for AT&T that it appears to be, according to iSuppli.    

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iPhone launch in China to boost smartphone market, says iSuppli

The arrival of Apple's iPhone in China is expected to help accelerate global shipment growth for smartphones in 2010 and 2011, following 2009 when growth is estimated to slow to 11.6%, down from 20.6% reco    

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Has Anyone dealt with " redtoblack" Before??

Hello Genuine MembersWe would like to ask if there is any registered member who have successfully completed a bulk order from a cellpex member called " redtoblack" .The contact person has been Elisabe    

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Sony Ericsson shifts brand strategy

Struggling handset maker Sony Ericsson is hoping for a turnaround in more ways than one. In August, the company announced that it would hire a new a CEO. Now it's changing its brand strategy. The cell phon    

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Nokia N900 goes on pre-order in U.S.

Nokia's first Linux-based smartphone, the N900, has been put on pre-order in the United States for a price of649, according to Nokia's U.S. website. The device could technically work on T-Mobile USA&#    

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RIM eyes China Telecom for BlackBerry expansion

Kaufman Brothers analyst Shaw Wu said in a research note that Research in Motion, maker of the BlackBerry, is currently working on a deal to get China Telecom to carry the firm's devices on its 3G network.    

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