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  • US cable performance improves, but Pay TV market headwinds remain, says IHS

    IT + CE | 17min ago

  • Samsung eyeing QLED panels, say reports

    Displays | 17min ago

  • Annual plug-in electric vehicle sales in North America expected to exceed 1.1 million by 2024, says Navigant

    Green energy | 19min ago

  • MediaTek expected to meet mid-point to high-end of 2Q15 guidance

    Bits + chips | 21min ago

  • Taiwan market: Sony unveils Bravia LCD TVs

    Displays | 22min ago

  • Global smartphone growth to slow to 11.3% in 2015, says IDC

    Mobile + telecom - Newswatch | 45min ago

  • JEDEC announces support for NVDIMM hybrid memory modules

    Bits + chips | 46min ago

  • Shift from information technology to digital technology, says Alibaba chairman

    Before Going to Press | May 26, 21:29

  • Taiwan market: Taiwan Star Cellular requests 3G, 4G roaming cooperation with TWM

    Before Going to Press | May 26, 21:26

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