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  • AMD has announced that Rick Bergman is leaving AMD. President and CEO Rory Read will serve as interim general manager of AMD's Products Group. AMD also announced that Paul Struhsaker,...
  • VIA sues Apple for patent infringement

    Friday 23 September 2011
    VIA Technologies has announced it has taken legal action against Apple, filing a complaint with the United States International Trade Commission (ITC) and the US District Court of...
  • Intel reportedly to rename Atom CPUs

    Friday 23 September 2011
    Intel reportedly plans to rename the brand names of CPUs under its Cedar Trail platform in 2012 as demand for netbooks and nettops built with its Atom-branded processors has dropped...
  • Executives from Intel's PC partners - Acer Taiwan president Scott Lin and Compal Electronics president Ray Chen both have invoked Intel to help drop the Ultrabook price to below US$1,000...
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    Taiwan-based Insyde Software has announced the availability of its "Humanos" operating system for the next generation of Intel's 32nm SoC tablet platforms codenamed "...
  • Intel CPUs will enter 14nm processing by 2014, according to Steven Smith, vice president and head of netbook, tablet PC business speaking at Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Fran...
  • AMD has announced that it has created drivers to enable support for the upcoming Windows 8 operating system on AMD-based tablets, netbooks, PCs and servers. Continuing a long history...
  • Intel has announced a new effort with Google that aims to accelerate Intel's business in smartphones.
  • Asustek August revenues up

    Tuesday 13 September 2011
    Asustek Computer has reported non-consolidated revenues of NT$33.267 billion (US$1.15 billion) for August, growing 4.43% on month and 26.95% on year mainly due to good sales performance...
  • Asustek Computer, on September 8, announced that the company has finished establishing the largest ever GPU supercomputer in Taiwan with cooperation from the Taiwan government-backed...
  • CPU maker AMD has announced availability of its new A-series Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) A4-3300 and A4-3400 desktop processors, bringing the entry-level desktop APU price down...
  • AMD ships first Bulldozer processors

    Wednesday 7 September 2011
    AMD has announced revenue shipments of the first processors based on its new x86 Bulldozer architecture. Initial production of the world's first 16-core x86 processor, codenamed Interlagos,...
  • Advantech sees decreased August revenues

    Wednesday 7 September 2011
    Advantech, Taiwan's largest industrial PC maker, saw its revenues of NT$1.472 billion (US$50.8 million) for August decrease 8.52% on month and 4.83% on year. January-August consolidated...
  • CPU maker Intel has recently launched several new Sandy Bridge-based processors, while has also reduced the price of some existing CPUs to defend from AMD's competition with APUs.
  • Taiwan-based chipset makers VIA Technologies and Silicon Integrated Systems (SiS) both have continued to post losses in the first half of 2011, and the prospects for the two companies...
  • Intel reportedly plans to temporarily discontinue development of its MeeGo OS due to a lack of enthusiasm for the platform from handset and tablet PC vendors. Instead, Intel will...
  • Intel, facing weak PC performance, reportedly is considering to temporarily halt its plans to upgrade to a 22nm process at Fab 24, and has decided to delay the launch of its next-generation...
  • First-tier motherboard brand vendors Asustek Computer and Gigabyte Technology, after starting fierce price competition to gain market share in China, are already turning their competition...
  • Asustek Computer expects its consolidated revenues for third-quarter 2011 to increase 20-25% sequentially, according to company CEO Jerry Shen at an August 26 investors conference.
  • AMD announced that its board of directors has appointed Rory P Read, 49, president and chief executive officer of AMD, effective today. Read has also been appointed to the Company's...
  • Packaging and testing firm Siliconware Precision Industries (SPIL) is likely to snatch outsourcing orders for Apple's new processor dubbed A6, according to industry sources.
  • Pegatron losses widen in 2Q11

    Friday 26 August 2011
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    Pegatron Technology saw its losses widen to NT$671 million (US$23.1 million) in the second quarter of 2011 from a loss of NT$559 million recorded in the first quarter. EPS for the...
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    Asustek Computer saw its net earnings grow 5% on quarter to NT$3.6 billion (US$124 million) in the second quarter of 2011, translating into an EPS of NT$4.78. For the first half of...
  • Taiwan-based industrial PC maker Advantech generated net profits of NT$1.881 billion (US$64.5 million) for the first half of 2011, the highest half-year figure on record, according...
  • During the Hot Chips conference at Stanford University, Intel has announced new architecture features for its upcoming Itanium processor, codenamed Poulson. The new features, Intel...
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