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Jim Hsiao, DIGITIMES Research, Taipei [Thursday 17 July 2014]
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  • China market: Foxconn launches smart electric car rental service

    IT + CE | 12min ago

  • China market: Smartisan to launch 5.5-inch smartphone, say reports

    Mobile + telecom | 17min ago

  • Chunghwa Telecom reaches 2.34 million 4G users in 1 year

    Mobile + telecom | 22min ago

  • Worldwide tablet growth will continue to slow in 2015, says IDC

    IT + CE | 1h 30min ago

  • Flat panel display equipment spending forecast to reach US$9 billion in 2015, says IHS

    Displays | 1h 40min ago

  • Xiaomi to use MediaTek Helio X10 chips for 2 smartphones, says paper

    Mobile + telecom - Newswatch | 1h 45min ago

  • PC shipments will continue to decline in 2015, says IDC

    IT + CE | 2h 29min ago

  • Avago acquisition of Broadcom creates new semiconductor powerhouse, IHS says

    Bits + chips | 3h 12min ago

  • Lextar expects capacity utilization to rise to 80-90% in 3Q15

    LED | 3h 18min ago

  • Taiwan to talk with EU about PV circumvention probe

    Green energy | 4h 37min ago

  • China LCD TV vendors plan to procure 27-28 million Taiwan-produced panels in 2015, says CVIA executive

    Displays | 5h 58min ago

  • China April polysilicon imports up 5.8% on month, says CNIA

    Green energy | 6h 10min ago

  • Advantech developing IoT base in northern Taiwan

    IT + CE | 6h 56min ago

  • Avago to buy Broadcom for US$37 billion

    Bits + chips | 7h 35min ago

  • Xilinx working with TSMC on 7nm chips

    Bits + chips | 7h 39min ago

  • Panasonic to add BLU production lines at plants in Mexico and Brazil

    Displays | May 28, 21:11

  • Emerging markets drive worldwide smartphone sales to 19% growth in 1Q15, says Gartner

    Mobile + telecom | May 28, 21:05

  • NXP to sell RF power amplifier unit to JAC Capital for US$1.8 billion

    Bits + chips | May 28, 21:02

  • Digitimes Research: Global smartphone shipments in 2015 to reach 1.368 billion units

    Mobile + telecom | May 28, 20:59

  • Semi-equipment component maker Calitech debuts on Taiwan ESB

    Bits + chips | May 28, 20:57

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