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Option withdraws anti-dumping charges against Huawei dashing hopes of Taiwan makers

Oct 29, 01:05

Belgium-based wireless Internet-access equipment maker Option has announced it has withdrawn its anti-dumping and anti-subsidy charges against imports of wireless/mobile Internet-access...

LED lighting accounts for 5% of global lighting market in 2010, says Philips

Oct 14, 15:52

LED lighting is expected to account for over 5% of the global lighting market in 2010, up from below 2% in 2009, and reach US$4 billion for the year, according to Royal Philips Ele...

Winbond adds investment in US subsidiary

Aug 2, 14:06

Winbond Electronics, a maker of NOR flash and niche DRAM memory, has announced a plan to add US$12.45 million of investment in its US-based subsidiary Winbond International.

Gigabyte expects strong motherboard shipment growth in 3Q10

Jul 30, 16:32

Gigabyte Technology expects its shipments in the third quarter to return to the level of the first and to reach its goal of 19 million units for the whole year amid recovering demand...

Global LCD monitor shipments to be flat in 2010

Jul 19, 12:19

The global LCD monitor market is expected to remain flat in 2010 due to weaker-than-expected demand in North America, Europe and China, according to sources with monitor branded ve...

LCD TV and monitor prices expected to increase 7-10% in 3Q10

Jul 15, 11:25

LCD TV and monitor brands are expected to increase their prices by 7-10% in July or August as depreciation of the euro plus limited panel price drops are already affecting their profits,...

Chip foundries and backend firms to operate under tight schedules in 3Q10

Jul 13, 16:14

Taiwan-based wafer foundries and IC packaging and testing houses, which have seen their in-house capacity fall short of customer demand since early 2010, will continue to operate...

First-tier German cell maker to slash price in 3Q10; Taiwan players keeping a close eye

Jun 23, 11:36

According to sources from Taiwan's solar cell industry, a first-tier Germany-based solar cell maker will lower third-quarter prices to 1.11 euros/Watt (US$1.23-1.35), about equal...

Mid-range to high-end models still mainstream for US and Europe smartphone markets, says HTC president

Jun 21, 14:07

HTC president Peter Chou has commented that mid-range to high-end smartphones are still the mainstream in the US and Europe, which are the Taiwan-based company's main sales markets...

PESI sees January-May STB revenues up 40%

Jun 10, 15:58

STB maker Prime Electronics & Satellitics (PESI) has posted revenues of NT$3.39 billion (US$104.47 million ) for the first five months of 2010, up 17.7% from the same period of...

Lite-On IT downward adjusts 2Q10 ODD shipment goal

Jun 10, 15:41

Optical disc drive (ODD) maker Lite-On IT has downward adjusted its shipment goal for the second quarter from the original prediction of 10% sequential increase to flat growth, according...

Delta and Everlight to enter Europe market with own-brand lighting products

Jun 10, 15:32

Taiwan-based Delta Electronics and Everlight Electronics plan to push their own-brand LED lighting products in Europe in the second half of 2010 , according to the companies. As Europe's...

IMEC extends Europractice IC service with TSMC 40nm offering

Jun 9, 14:01

Interuniversity Microelectronics Center (IMEC) has announced the extension of its Europractice IC service with the offering of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company's (TSMC's)...

IC design house ALi lowers 2Q10 revenue guidance

Newswatch - Jun 9, 11:16

Consumer IC design house ALi has revised downward its guidance for the second quarter of 2010 expecting its consolidated revenues to decline 15-20% sequentially compared to a decrease...

MediaTek to see May revenues decline over 10% on month

Jun 3, 12:19

MediaTek could see May revenues decline more than 10% on month to NT$10-10.5 billion (US$309.31-324.78 million), as handset clients in China advanced part of shipments to April, according...

A slow 2Q10 will lead to a 3Q10 mobo shipment jump for Asustek

Jun 3, 01:20

Although it has reduced its motherboard shipment forecast for the second quarter due to the depreciation of the euro, Asustek Computer expects shipments in the third quarter to hit...

Europe market: Promotions for World Cup to boost LCD TV sales

May 31, 12:58

Sales promotions for the upcoming World Cup are expected to boost LCD TV sales in Europe, which will in turn increase demand for TV panels, according to Taiwan panel makers.

China-based PV module makers not offering quotes for 3Q10

May 25, 14:23

China-based solar module makers have yet to offered price quotes for the third quarter 2010, an unusual situation since they typically determine post-subsidy-cut prices at least two...

China-based solar companies incur over US$100 million in exchange rate losses in 1Q10

May 21, 12:08

China-based solar companies lost more than US$100 million from euro depreciation in the first quarter, according to Chinese media reports.

Worse-than-expected World Cup tickets to drive LCD TV sales

Newswatch - May 21, 10:23

Worse-than-expected sales of tickets for the upcoming World Cup in South Africa in June could help boost sales of LCD TVs in Europe, according to market sources.

Monitor market may see no growth in 2010

May 20, 15:43

Global LCD monitor shipments in 2010 may stay flat on year, as the financial crisis in Europe continues to cause a depreciation in the euro and impacts market demand, according to...

Elpida, Nanya accept EC fines for price-fixing

May 20, 11:37

Elpida Memory and Nanya Technology have issued company statements saying they agreed to be fined by the European Commission (EC) for illegal price fixing, whereas other DRAM makers...

LG Display notebook panel shipments drop almost 1 million units in April, say sources

May 19, 11:33

LG Display (LGD) saw its notebook panel shipments drop by almost one million units to 4.2 million in April, as clients canceled orders amid weakening demand from Europe, which accounts...

KYE Systems foresees no impact of euro depreciation on own-brand sales

May 19, 10:57

KYE Systems, which makes keyboards and other PC peripherals, expects that its own-brand sales in Europe will not be influenced by depreciation of the euro, according to the company...

Chinesegamer signs with Korea-based Ndoors to tap more overseas markets

May 13, 10:51

Taiwan-based Chinesegamer International has signed an agency agreement with Korea-based online gaming operator Ndoors paving the way for the local gaming software vendor to venture...

Transcend posts sales decline in April

May 10, 15:51

Transcend Information has announced revenues of NT$2.25 billion (US$71.37 million) for April 2010, down 20.6% on month and 21.2% on year. The memory module house said its shipments...

A-Data sees April revenues down on month due to ERP implementation

May 6, 10:06

A-Data Technology has posted revenues of NT$3.71 billion (US$118 million) for April, down 23% sequentially but up 58% on year. DRAM products contributed 53.48% to April revenues,...

Air traffic suspension has limited impact on Taiwan handset industry

Apr 20, 16:51

The suspension of air traffic in Europe has had limited impact on Taiwan's handset manufacturing industry and domestic market.

Air traffic suspension disrupts Taiwan solar cell supply to Europe

Apr 20, 16:12

The suspension of air transportation in Western Europe has disrupted Taiwan's crystalline silicon solar cell shipments to the region. Since imports account for more than 70% of Europe's...

Notebook shipments to Europe see minimal impact from air traffic stoppage, say Taiwan makers

Apr 20, 14:08

The suspension of air transportation in Western Europe due to the recent volcanic eruption in Iceland has so far had little impact on Taiwan-based notebook makers' shipments to markets...

Sony announces deal to sell Europe LCD TV plant to Foxconn

Apr 1, 10:56

Sony has announced an agreement to sell an LCD TV manufacturing plant in Europe to Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai Precision Industry), which last year already acquired the Japanese...

Weak euro may dampen 1Q10 profits for Acer and Asustek

Mar 29, 12:24

Acer's and Asustek Computer's profits in the first quarter of 2010 may be dampened by the declining euro, as Acer has about 50-60% of its revenues from the Europe market and Asustek...

Forworld ships sub-US$100 Blu-ray Disc players to Europe vendors

Mar 25, 11:59

Taiwan-based Forworld Electronics has begun shipping Blu-ray Disc (BD) players at ODM prices of below US$100, lower than the general ODM/OEM quotes of US$110-150, to white-box vendors...

Worldwide PV market reaches record high of 6.43GW in 2009, says Solarbuzz

Mar 17, 11:32

Worldwide solar photovoltaic (PV) installations reached a record high of 6.43GW in 2009 - a 6% on-year growth, according to the latest Marketbuzz 2010 Report from Solarbuzz. In addition,...

HTC shipping CDMA-version Nexus One to Verizon, says paper

Newswatch - Mar 15, 11:16

HTC (High Tech Computer) has started shipping CDMA-version of the Nexus One Google phones to Verizon Wireless, which will begin to market the smartphones this month or in April at...

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    HTC HD mini

    HTC has introduced a Windows phone, the HTC HD mini, which utilizes HTC's in-house developed HTC Sense. HTC Sense is an interface focused on putting people at the center by making...

    Photo: Company, Feb 23.

  • LG+new+Chocolate

    LG new Chocolate

    LG Electronics (LGE) has announced worldwide retail release of the new Chocolate, LG-BL40, which will be released across Europe in September and expanded to the rest of the world...

    Photo: Company, Sep 23.

  • HTC+Hero+Andriod%2Dbased+smartphone

    HTC Hero Andriod-based smartphone

    High Tech Computer (HTC) has introduced the new HTC Hero, an Android-based smartphone with an anti-fingerprint screen coating for improved smudge resistance and a longer lasting,...

    Photo: Company, Jun 25.

  • Samsung+unveils+Android%2Dbased+smartphone

    Samsung unveils Android-based smartphone

    Samsung Electronics has unveiled the I7500, its first Android-powered smartphone. The Samsung I7500 features a 3.2-inch AMOLED full touchscreen, and 7.2Mbps HSDPA and WiFi connectivity,...

    Photo: Company, Apr 29.

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