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Notes & corrections
  • 31 Dec 2002:
    We will not be updating our website on January 1. We wish you a Happy New Year!
  • 6 Dec 2002:
    We have updated our December 3 "Interview with Infineon memory chief Harald Eggers" article with a statement from Micron Technology. Please see the revised version.
  • 8 Nov 2002:
    On October 4 we mistakenly reported that a Philips LCOS rear-projection TV displayed at CEATEC Japan used 3x1.18-inch T3 panels. The T3 is a single panel. Please see the corrected version.
  • 16 Oct 2002:
    We have made revisions to our October 14 article on reduced work hours at UMC's Fab 8F. Please see UMC to move up maintenance schedule at Fab 8F.
  • 9 Oct 2002:
    Our site will not be updated on Thursday, October 10 due to the Double Ten national holiday in Taiwan.

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