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  • 25 Mar 2015:
    TSMC will snatch more orders for Apple's A9 processor at the expense of Samsung, which is having yield problems with its most advanced technology node, according to sources interviewed by EE Times.
Realtime news
  • Digitimes Research: Samsung expected to see increasing orders on 14nm process

    Bits + chips | 9min ago

  • HP-Foxconn partnership to fuel competition in datacenter market in 2H15

    IT + CE | 38min ago

  • Phison poised to expand SSD business

    Bits + chips | 1h 2min ago

  • Novatek obtains TV chip orders from Japan and Korea brand vendors

    Bits + chips | 1h 7min ago

  • M31 offers low-voltage and low-power physical IP solutions for TSMC 55ULP targeting IoT

    Bits + chips | 1h 31min ago

  • Specialty DRAM specialists ESMT, Etron report profit growth for 2014

    Bits + chips | 1h 35min ago

  • Samsung reportedly ranks among highest average employee salaries

    IT + CE | Apr 1, 22:05

  • Clevo partners with Hyatt to establish hotels in China

    IT + CE | Apr 1, 21:36

  • China imports 7,558 tons of polysilicon in February

    Green energy | Apr 1, 21:33

  • Micron raises NAND flash quotes

    Bits + chips | Apr 1, 21:31

  • Asustek ZenFone 2 pre-orders to reach 1 million in China

    Before Going to Press | Apr 1, 22:02

  • Lumileds grows more than 20% in 2014 to 4th in LED-market rankings, says IHS

    Before Going to Press | Apr 1, 22:01

  • Huawei Technologies sees large growth in 2014 revenues, profit, says report

    Before Going to Press | Apr 1, 22:00

  • Asia Pacific device shipments to grow 3.2% in 2015, says Gartner

    Before Going to Press | Apr 1, 22:00

  • Sino-American to expand solar cell and silicon wafer capacity in 2015

    Before Going to Press | Apr 1, 22:00

  • Handset supply chain makers to not see orders pick up until 2H15

    Before Going to Press | Apr 1, 21:57

  • China IC design houses trying to raid talent from Taiwan-based LCD driver IC makers

    Before Going to Press | Apr 1, 21:56

  • Softbank to invest in Indonesia telecom carrier Telkomsel

    Before Going to Press | Apr 1, 21:56

  • Panasonic in negotiations with Zuiko for plasma plant sale, says report

    Before Going to Press | Apr 1, 21:55

  • Foxlink posts EPS NT$3.5 for 2014

    Before Going to Press | Apr 1, 21:23

  • Taiwan applies to join AIIB

    Before Going to Press | Apr 1, 21:13

  • Zebra Technologies developing solutions for IoT

    Before Going to Press | Apr 1, 21:13

  • Specialty DRAM specialists ESMT, Etron report profit growth for 2014

    Before Going to Press | Apr 1, 21:12

  • NewEdge Technology shipping wireless charging ICs in volume

    Before Going to Press | Apr 1, 20:27

  • Driver IC packaging makers expect to see steady demand from large-size TV panels

    Before Going to Press | Apr 1, 20:26

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2015 global notebook demand forecast
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