Taipei, Thursday, November 27, 2014 10:14 (GMT+8)
mostly cloudy
Taipei
24°C
Realtime news
  • TPV sees LCD TV and monitor shipments increase 7.5% in 3Q14

    Displays | 11h 50min ago

  • China market: Smartphone vendors to streamline product lines

    Mobile + telecom | 12h ago

  • Oppo, Gionee increase AMOLED handset panel orders to Samsung

    Displays | Nov 26, 20:45

  • China market: Over 5.4 million consumer tablets sold in 3Q14, says Analysys

    IT + CE | Nov 26, 20:26

  • Epistar sees decreasing capacity utilization

    LED | Nov 26, 20:05

  • Huawei denies filing lawsuit against competitors, says report

    Before Going to Press | 11h 56min ago

  • Samsung Electro-Mechanics to expand businesses in China in 2015, says paper

    Before Going to Press | 11h 56min ago

  • Innolux clarifies Chi Mei Lighting debt issues, looking to secure loan from Taiwan banks

    Before Going to Press | 12h 13min ago

  • China market: Local brands to engage in patent wars

    Before Going to Press | Nov 26, 20:43

  • Most motherboard players turn to defend gross margins in 2015

    Before Going to Press | Nov 26, 20:27

  • New Microsoft Surface tablet to be available in 1Q15

    Before Going to Press | Nov 26, 20:06

  • Taiwan market: 4G user base tops 2.1 million at end of October, says NCC

    Before Going to Press | Nov 26, 19:33

  • China market: Over 5.4 million consumer tablets sold in 3Q14, says Analysys

    Before Going to Press | Nov 26, 19:17

  • Inotera orders equipment from Applied Materials

    Before Going to Press | Nov 26, 19:15

  • Co-Tech looking to diversify products

    Before Going to Press | Nov 26, 19:15

  • Micron, Winbond team up for serial NOR flash

    Before Going to Press | Nov 26, 19:15

  • iPhone chip orders slow down, say IC designers

    Before Going to Press | Nov 26, 19:14

Pause
 | 
View more

Digitimes Research: Global tablet shipments to reach 74.53 million in 4Q14

IT + CE | Nov 26, 14:27

There will be 74.53 million tablets shipped globally in the fourth quarter of 2014, increasing on quarter by 17.6% but decreasing on year by 10.1%, according...

Taiwan IC designers seeing gross margin under pressure

Bits + chips | Nov 26, 14:38

Taiwan-based IC design houses are seeking to improve their gross margins in 2015, by securing new orders for mobile devices set to roll out during the first...

LED lighting marks a new era: Q&A with Hubie Notohamiprodjo, SSL products marketing director, Dialog Semiconductor

LED | Nov 26, 14:17

With the global LED lighting application market taking off, and business opportunities emerging fast, semiconductor firms, particularly LED driver IC vendors,...

tsmc

Apple will reportedly split the A9 orders between TSMC and Samsung

TSMC to grab 40-50% of A9 chip orders

Bits + chips | Nov 26, 13:56

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is expected to secure a combined 40-50% of Apple's A9 processor orders for next-generation iPad and iPhone devices, according to industry sources.

Advantest - VOICE Developer Conference
The transition to 4k TV - UHD TV market forecast, 2014-2017
TD-LTE market developments and forecast, 2014-2016
  • 2014 global high brightness LED market, trends and shipment forecast

    For the global LED lighting market, the market size will reach US$25.82 billion in 2014 or a market penetration rate of 23.4%. This is attributable to exponential shipment growth for light bulbs, tubes, and directional lamps.

  • Greater China touch panel shipment forecast through 2015

    This Special Report provides forecasts through 2015 for Greater China touch panel shipments with breakdowns based on technology (glass, film, resistive), application (smartphone, NB and tablet) and by firm.

  • 2014 global tablet demand forecast

    This report analyzes the main players, their strategies and shipments forecasts for 2014, as well as other factors contributing to either growth or decline in various segments within the tablet market, with a particular focus on Apple, Google, Samsung, and Microsoft, along with whitebox vendors.