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  • Digitimes Research: Global average LTE-based data transfer speed rises unnoticeable

    Mobile + telecom | 45min ago

  • China market: Xiaomi launches Mi 5s, Mi 5s Plus, Mi TV 3s

    Mobile + telecom | 1h 8min ago

  • Sharp buys back office building in Japan

    Before Going to Press | 2h 34min ago

  • Telecommunications and automotive players form global cross-industry 5G Automotive Association

    Before Going to Press | 3h 13min ago

  • NXP establishing security standards for smart cars in China with cross-sector collaborations

    Before Going to Press | 4h 12min ago

  • DRAM spot prices hit 7-month high, says DRAMeXchange

    Before Going to Press | 4h 13min ago

  • Analog IC firm Leadtrend grows shipments for mobile devices

    Before Going to Press | 4h 14min ago

  • Kingston affiliate buys 70% of Innostor

    Before Going to Press | 4h 14min ago

  • TS Solartech to lay off 200 employees

    Before Going to Press | 4h 58min ago

  • Lenovo to downsize personnel by 2%

    Before Going to Press | 4h 58min ago

  • IC design house ITE Tech looks to 12-15% sequential growth in 3Q16 revenues

    Before Going to Press | 4h 59min ago

  • Taiwan ranks 14th in WEF 2016 GCI

    Before Going to Press | 4h 59min ago

  • China market: Xiaomi launches Mi 5s, Mi 5s Plus, Mi TV 3s

    Before Going to Press | 5h 1min ago

  • 53 million Ultra HD TVs to be globally shipped in 2016, says WitsView

    Before Going to Press | 5h 2min ago

  • Wistron NeWeb to post strong sales in 3Q16

    Before Going to Press | 5h 3min ago

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