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Aaron Lee, Taipei; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Wednesday 6 February 2013]
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  • Google to incorporate NFC functionality into Android

    Mobile + telecom | 2h 36min ago

  • TPCA urges Taiwan government to upgrade PCB industry

    Bits + chips | 2h 48min ago

  • TSMC to offer more wafer starts to MediaTek in 3Q14

    Bits + chips | 4h 44min ago

  • TPK sees 2Q14 gross margin drop sequentially

    Before Going to Press | 3h 24min ago

  • O-film Tech to acquire Shenzhen Temobi Science & Tech

    Before Going to Press | 3h 26min ago

  • PCB maker Apex completes capital expansion

    Before Going to Press | 3h 39min ago

  • Handset solution vendors may roll out 10-core CPUs in 2015

    Before Going to Press | 3h 50min ago

  • TPK posts 1H14 net EPS of NT$1.37

    Before Going to Press | 3h 50min ago

  • China market: Mainstream pricing for smart wireless routers stands at CNY100-200

    Before Going to Press | 3h 51min ago

  • More IC vendors to engage in merger or acquisition deals

    Before Going to Press | 3h 53min ago

  • Intel to launch Core M for use in notebook/tablet 2-in-1 models in 4Q14

    Before Going to Press | 3h 53min ago

  • Notebook thermal module makers eye business opportunities from electric vehicles

    Before Going to Press | 5h 2min ago

  • Career expects sales to peak in 4Q14

    Before Going to Press | 5h 3min ago

  • Acer sees booming sales of Chromebooks, says CEO

    Before Going to Press | 5h 11min ago

  • China PV module makers expected to ask Taiwan solar cell makers to offer incentives

    Before Going to Press | 5h 24min ago

  • LG launches cloud-based monitors

    Before Going to Press | 5h 25min ago

  • AUO able to produce 42- to 75-inch WCG curved Ultra HD TV panels

    Before Going to Press | 5h 27min ago

  • Touch Taiwan 2014 to take place in late August

    Before Going to Press | 5h 28min ago

  • Global Ultra HD TV penetration to reach at least 6-8% in 2014

    Before Going to Press | 5h 28min ago

  • Digitimes Research: Japan promoting service robots

    Before Going to Press | 5h 29min ago

  • Small- to medium-size China smartphone component makers under pressure of being forced out in 2H14

    Before Going to Press | 5h 30min ago

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