iPhone 11 takes top spot

Apple’s iPhone 11 is now the world's most popular smartphone, having taken over the mantle from the company's iPhone XR model in the first quarter.

  • iPhone 11 becomes world’s most-popular smartphone model in Q1

    Apple’s iPhone 11 is now the world's most popular smartphone, having taken over the mantle from the company's iPhone XR model in the first quarter.

    Apple has shipped 19.5 million iPhone 11s during the period from January through March, as reported ...
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  • Companies build hypervisor-based Telematics Control Unit

    OpenSynergy, NXP, ACTIA and Mobica have announced that they have completed a joint reference project to build a hypervisor-based Telematics Control Unit (TCU).

    The collaboration has been able to demonstrate the consolidation of multiple telematics ...
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  • Excelforce launches SDK for eSync standard data pipeline

    Excelfore, a technology specialist in automotive over-the-air (OTA) and data aggregation for sensors and ECUs, has launched a new Software Development Kit (SDK) for the eSync standard data pipeline.

    The SDK is able to provide customers with an ...
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  • Cadence broadens cooperation wih Arm

    Cadence Design Systems has broadened its long-standing collaboration with Arm to advance the development of mobile devices based on the Arm Cortex -A78 and Cortex-X1 CPUs.

    In supporting Cortex-A78 and Cortex-X1 adoption, Cadence is delivering a ...
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