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LG Display unveils solar-powered e-book reader

Oct 13, 09:51

Korea-based LCD panel maker LG Display (LGD) has unveiled an e-book reader that is equipped with in-house developed thin-film solar cell.

LG Display solar-powered e-book reader

Acer chairman says company on target for 10% sales growth for 4Q09

Oct 6, 16:16

Acer chairman JT Wang recently assured investors that the company will achieve its forecasted 10% growth in consolidated revenues for the fourth quarter of 2009 thanks to the launch...

PVI and CMO cooperate on e-paper production

Oct 2, 12:27

LCD panel maker Chi Mei Optoelectronics and electrophoretic display (EPD) maker Prime View International (PVI) have signed a memorandum of collaboration for EPD production. PVI has...

E-book reader shipments to surpass three million units in 2009, say industry sources

Oct 1, 17:05

E-book reader shipments were around 1.1 million units in 2008 and the volume is expected to surpass three million units in 2009, according to industry sources citing figures from...

Innolux to increase touch panel and LCD TV capacity in 2010

Sep 23, 11:50

Innolux Display will increase its monthly capacity for resistive and capacitive touch panels from two million units of 3.5-inch touch panels currently to seven million units in 2010,...

PVI expected to swing to profits in September, as Hydis reaches full capacity utilization

Sep 16, 15:53

Taiwan-based electrophoretic display (EPD) maker Prime View International (PVI) is expected to turn to net profits beginning in September, as its Korea subsidiary Hydis has reached...

Taiwan government aims at 80% global market share for Taiwan-made e-book readers in 2013

Sep 16, 11:53

Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) will be implementing a 5-year project with a total budget of NT$2.134 billion (US$65 million) to boost development of digital publication...

Foxconn gives up own-brand graphics card business

Sep 9, 16:37

Foxconn Electronics has given up marketing graphics cards under its own brand and has rearranged its Channel Service Division (CSD) shifting the majority of the 9,000 employees, mainly...

Qisda August revenues drop on lower LCD monitor shipments

Sep 7, 13:38

Qisda has announced consolidated revenues of NT$7.07 billion (US$215.27 million) for August, decreasing 5.3% from NT$7.47 billion for July and 15.9% from NT$8.4 billion for August...

Small- to medium-size LCD panel makers report net losses for 1H09

Sep 3, 15:34

Small- to medium-size panel makers Wintek, Giantplus Technology, Prime View International (PVI), and TPO Display have all reported net losses for the first half of 2009.

Qisda entering e-paper display market at the end of 2009

Aug 28, 16:37

Qisda will start making e-book readers using panels from AU Optronics (AUO), with small volume production slated for the end of 2009 at the earliest, according to company CEO Hsiung...

AUO, PVI expect substantial e-paper shipment growth in 2010

Aug 28, 14:33

E-book reader shipments are expected to grow substantially in 2010 as AU Optronics (AUO), Prime View International (PVI) and other system makers all have forecast worldwide shipments...

Asustek to launch e-book reader under Eee family

Aug 27, 16:43

Asustek Computer plans to launch an e-book reader under its Eee brand by the end of 2009 at the earliest, according to company president Jerry Shen.

E-paper display revenues to exceed US$9 billion by 2018, says DisplaySearch

Aug 27, 16:38

The global e-paper display market will grow to 1.8 billion units and US$9.6 billion in revenues in 2018, from 22 million units and US$431 million in revenues in 2009, for a CAGR (compound...

Global e-paper display market to exceed US$2.5 billion by 2013, says NextGen Research

Aug 25, 15:51

The global market for e-paper displays will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 124% from 2008 through 2013, and will exceed US$2.5 billion by the end of that period,...

SiPix to spend NT$10 billion expanding EPD capacity

Aug 25, 15:44

SiPix Imaging, an e-paper subsidiary of LCD panel maker AU Optronics (AUO), will invest NT$10 billion (US$304.09 million) to expand capacity in the next three years, said CT Liu,...

China Mobile to spend more than 120 billion yuan for TD-SCDMA CPE products, says chairman

Aug 25, 14:00

China Mobile will invest 120 billion yuan (US$17.57 billion) to build up its TD-SCDMA networks in the next three years, and the company will spend even more on purchasing TD-SCDMA...

Inventec Besta to launch e-book reader aimed at overseas Chinese market in 2Q10

Aug 25, 10:48

Inventec Besta, Taiwan's largest producer of electronic dictionaries, will launch it own-brand e-book reader in the second quarter of 2010, targeting the Taiwan market and the Chinese...

China Mobile and Foxconn discussing e-book reader production, reveals chairman

Aug 24, 14:00

China Mobile plans to team up with Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai Precision Industry) for the production of e-book readers, company chairman Wang Jianzhou said recently in Taipei. Wang...

Delta Electronics sees gross margin up in 2Q09

Aug 19, 16:20

Taiwan-based Delta Electronics has released its second-quarter 2009 financial report, reporting a sequential rise of 2.7 percentage points in its gross margin to reach 21.2%.

Fujitsu to set up color e-book reader production plant in Taiwan

Aug 18, 15:43

Japan-based Fujitsu will work with a Taiwan-based company to set up a plant in Taiwan to produce cholesteric liquid crystal color e-book readers, according to Liao Chi-Chang, manager...

Taiwan market: Fujitsu launches color e-book reader

Aug 4, 16:06

Japan-based Fujitsu has launched its color e-book reader, the ELEPia, in the Taiwan market, targeting the sports marketing segment initially. The ELEPia has an 8-inch screen with...

SiPix starts on second e-paper plant

Jul 30, 16:05

SiPix Imaging, an e-paper subsidiary of AU Optronics (AUO), has recently started to establish its second e-paper plant to satisfy client demand, according to chairman, CT Liu.

AUO to start shipping e-paper for e-book readers from 5G lines in 3Q09

Jul 24, 15:13

AU Optronics (AUO) will utilize its 5G lines to produce e-paper for e-readers, with shipments expected to begin later in the third quarter of 2009, company president and CEO LJ Chen...

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    PocketBook CAD Reader equipped with E Ink Fina

    E Ink has announced its Fina, a new thin and lightweight electronic paper display (EPD) technology. Fina will be the first EPD that will go into mass production for small to large...

    Photo: Company, Dec 4.

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    Amazon Kindle Paperwhite e-book reader

    Amazon has introduced the fifth-generation Kindle e-book reader - Kindle Paperwhite - constructed with 62% more pixels and 25% increased contrast, a patented built-in front light...

    Photo: Company, Sep 17.

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    Amazon 6-inch Kindle e-book reader

    The latest generation Kindle features a new design that is 30% lighter at just 5.98 ounces, 18% smaller, and turns pages 10% faster, Amazon said. Althoughit is lighter and smaller,...

    Photo: Company, Oct 4.

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    Amazon Kindle Touch/Touch 3G e-book reader

    Kindle Touch is a new addition to Amazon's e-book reader family with a touch screen that makes it easier to turn pages, search, shop, and take notes - still with an e-ink display...

    Photo: Company, Sep 30.

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    Amazon Kindle Fire e-book reader

    Amazon has announce Kindle Fire for only US$199, which the vendor said gives consumers access to its collection of movies, TV shows, songs, apps, games, books, and magazines. Amazon's...

    Photo: Company, Sep 30.

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