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Innolux, AUO benefit from TV panel price hikes

Newswatch - Sep 5, 16:08

Due to tight supply and Samsung Electronics' large demand, September quotes for 40- and 43-inch LCD TV panels have risen by over US$10 per panel from August and, as Innolux is the...

HTC raises Vive price in the UK; invests in more developers in VR alliance, says paper

Newswatch - Aug 2, 14:01

High Tech Computer (HTC) on August 1 raised the price for the Vive in the UK, up from GBP700 (US$927) to GBP759 due to the depreciation of pound. In addition, HTC also invested in...

Sensor sales keep hitting new records but price erosion curbs growth, says IC Insights

Jul 22, 15:10

Despite strong double-digit percentage increases in annual unit shipments, semiconductor sensor sales growth has become uncharacteristically lethargic because of steep price erosion...

Wistron announces treasury stock buyback results

Stockwatch - Jul 13, 22:12

Wistron originally planned spend a maximum of NT$37.75 billion (US$1.18 billion) to buy back 60 million treasury shares with a price range between NT$16-26 from May 14 to July 13;...

Taiwan IT players see Apple demanding price cuts

Jul 5, 12:02

With worldwide smartphone shipment growth slowing down, Apple has been cutting its existing upstream component suppliers' quotes and seeking new component suppliers to maintain its...

Wistron buys back 15.46 million treasury stocks

Stockwatch - Jun 27, 21:41

Wistron spent NT$331.75 million (US$10.2 million) to buy back 15.46 million treasury stocks at a price point of NT$21.46 per stock on June 27, according to a company's posting on...

Inotera dismisses report about Micron seeking to lower acquisition price

Jun 21, 11:19

Both Inotera Memories and Nanya Technology have dismissed a report that claims Micron Technology is seeking to lower the acquisition price for Inotera.

Lenovo Taiwan eyes growth in PC and server businesses

Jun 16, 14:40

Lenovo is aiming to increase its PC sales in Taiwan by 10% on year in 2016 and is also looking to raise its share in Taiwan's server market by 10pp, according to Lenovo Taiwan's general...

Ted Chen, general manager of Lenovo Taiwan

PV module prices crucial to China 2016 target installation capacity

Jun 16, 10:53

Whether China can reach the target installation capacity of 18.1GWp it has set for PV power-generating stations established in 2016 depends on return on investment, which in turn...

Taiwan ultra-thin heat-pipe makers under price cut pressure

May 31, 20:32

Due to increasing competition for orders for ultra-thin copper-based heat-pipes used in smartphones, prices for pipes with a diameter of 0.4mm have dropped from US$1 in early 2016...

Market watchers pessimistic about 2-in-1 market

May 26, 15:43

Although several brand vendors including Asustek Computer, Lenovo, Acer, Hewlett-Packard (HP) and Dell are all preparing to launch new 2-in-1 devices in the second half of 2016, some...

Driver-IC backend houses lower quotes to woo orders

Apr 26, 22:32

LCD driver IC packaging and testing houses Chipbond Technology and ChipMOS Technologies have both decided to lower their quotes following in the footsteps of their China- and South...

Price competition among LCD driver IC firms heating up

Global solar polysilicon prices rise, IHS says

Mar 30, 15:33

The ongoing trade dispute between China and the US continues to affect the manufacture of polysilicon used for solar-photovoltaic (PV) modules in both countries, but not equally....

Clevo to sell real estate in China to help improve operations

Mar 29, 14:54

Clevo's subsidiary in China, Buynow, is expected to sell its over 250,000 square meters of real estate in China in 2016 for a total price of CNY2.2 billion (US$338.42 million). Income...

HTC stock price surges on speculated Nexus orders, says paper

Stockwatch - Mar 10, 14:00

The stock price of HTC has continued to rally on the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE) in recent sessions amid rumors that the smartphone maker has signed a three-year contract for the...

Digitimes Research: Smartphone APs to face fierce competition in China in 2016

Mar 4, 12:39

Observing China's mobile market in 2016, Digitimes Research expects smartphone AP price competition to grow fiercer, while Qualcomm and MediaTek will continue to push Internet of...

Taiwan market: HTC sets Vive price

Newswatch - Mar 1, 11:00

HTC's first virtual reality (VR) device, the HTC Vive, will be available at NT$28,288 (US$848) in the Taiwan market, according to the company.

HTC Vive pricing lower than expected

Feb 23, 12:09

HTC has set the price for the consumer edition of its first virtual reality (VR) headset, the HTC Vive, at US$799, which is much lower than market expectation of US$1,500.

The HTC Vive

Flexible PCB companies bracing for price war

Feb 19, 10:22

With China-based Suzhou Dongshan Precision Manufacturing (DSBJ) looking to acquire US-based Multi-Fineline Electronix (MFLEX), a price war is likely to take place in the worldwide...

Enterprise demand for flash storage to pick up and help chip prices to drop, says NetApp executive

Jan 29, 12:11

Commenting on demand for flash-based storage, NetApp's vice president of Product, Solution & Services Marketing, Lee Caswell believes the adoption of flash-based storage by large...

EU ends probe over minimum import price for China-made PV modules

Jan 21, 11:54

The European Union (EU) has ended an investigation without changing the minimum import pricing previously agreed on for China-produced PV modules, according to China's Ministry of...

Vivotek chairman optimistic about Taiwan competitiveness in surveillance market

Dec 31, 15:51

Commenting on the fierce price competition from China players, Taiwan-based surveillance product vendor Vivotek chairman Owen Chen said the company has already been in the market...

Taiwan, Malaysia violators in EU probe take up 9%, 7% of PV modules used in Europe

Dec 30, 12:03

Taiwan- and Malaysia-produced PV modules found to have circumvented minimum import pricing set by the EU account for 7% and 9% respectively of the modules used in Europe, according...

DRAMeXchange sees a slight DRAM oversupply for 2016

Dec 18, 10:24

The global DRAM supply will outgrow demand only slightly in 2016, and the memory prices will continue their downward trend, according to DRAMeXchange.

Egistec sets IPO price

Newswatch - Dec 17, 10:27

Fingerprint sensor maker Egis Technology (Egistec) will debut on Taiwan's over-the-counter (OTC) securities market with an initial price of NT$115 (US$3.51) per share on December...

Taiwan FTC fines 10 capacitor firms for price fixing

Dec 10, 14:44

Taiwan's Fair Trade Commission (FTC) has announced a verdict to slap fines totaling NT$5.79 billion (US$176.64 million) on 10 aluminum and tantalum capacitor makers, including seven...

Taiwan players expect business opportunities from Facebook datacenter

Dec 3, 14:19

Commenting on reports Facebook is considering plans to establish a datacenter in Changhua, central Taiwan, related upstream supply chain players pointed out that Taiwan's low power...

Increasing competition for gaming notebooks may lead to price wars in 2016

Dec 2, 15:38

Viewing that Dell and Micro-Star International (MSI) have succeeded in marketing gaming notebooks in the global market, Hewlett-Packard (HP), Lenovo, Asustek Computer and Acer have...

Price declines expected to broaden energy storage market, says IHS

Nov 26, 14:42

Commercial energy storage activity is currently consolidated in just a handful of leading regions, but falling system costs will be a major factor enabling broader global market growth...

Overseas capacity expansion will cause moderate price slide across PV supply chain in 2016, says EnergyTrend

Nov 16, 22:11

The downward revision of income tax credit for photovoltaic systems for 2016 in the US has resulted in a general installation boom, which is prolonged by the planned feed-in tariff...

Prices of LED light bulbs bounce back slightly in October as aggressive pricing put on hold in the US and Europe, says LEDinside

Nov 13, 11:54

According to LEDinside, the global average price of 40W replacement LED light bulbs rose 2.8% to US$11.10 in October, while 60W replacement bulbs rose 3.5% to US$15. LEDinside analyst...

Price erosion in sensors and volatility in discretes slows total O-S-D growth, says IC Insights

Oct 29, 16:26

The worldwide market for optoelectronics, sensors and actuators, and discrete semiconductors (O-S-D) has turned into a mixed bag of double-digit growth for several major product categories...

EU mulls adjusting minimum import price for China-made PV products

Oct 22, 11:39

EU ProSun, a joint initiative of Europe-based PV companies led by Germany-based SolarWorld AG, has requested the European Union (EU) to exclude prices for China-made PV products from...

Wistron completes treasury buyback

Stockwatch - Oct 21, 22:06

Wistron has announced is has finished its treasury stock purchasing plan spending NT$1.31 billion (US$40.36 million) to buy back 80 million shares with an average price at NT$16.36...

Philips asks for reduction in ex-factory price for LED light bulbs to US$0.80 in 2016, say Taiwan makers

Oct 19, 13:41

Philips has asked Taiwan- and China-based ODMs/OEMs to lower ex-factory prices for an LED light bulb to US$0.80 in 2016, according to Taiwan-based supply chain makers.

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    Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Founder Edition

    Nvidia has added the new GeForce GTX 1070 Ti to its Pascal lineup of gaming GPUs, sliding in between the GeForce GTX 1080 and 1070 GPUs. The new GeForce GTX 1070 Ti will be available...

    Photo: Company, Oct 31.

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    Simbe Robotics's Tally solution

    At NRF 2017, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich demonstrated Simbe Robotics' Tally, a robotic autonomous shelf auditing and analytics solution for retail. Tally works in concert with retail...

    Photo: Company, Feb 7.

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    Intel Compute Card

    Intel has announced a new modular compute platform called the Intel Compute Card along with a range of partners who will be working with Intel to help accelerate the ecosystem of...

    Photo: Company, Jan 10.

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    AMD to release first Polaris graphics card soon

    AMD has unveiled the company's strategy for its upcoming Polaris architecture-based Radeon RX series graphics cards, introducing levels of VR performance and future-proof technologies...

    Photo: Michael Lee, Digitimes, Jun 3.

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    Acer Chromebook 11

    The Acer Chromebook 11 has a thickness of 0.73-inch thick and a weight of 1.1kg. It sports an 11.6-inch display that features non-glare Acer ComfyView and a 1366x768 resolution and...

    Photo: Company, Jan 7.

Global notebook shipment forecast, 2017 and beyond
Global AP demand forecast, 2017-2020

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Global notebook shipment forecast, 2017 and beyond
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    This Digitimes Research Special Report examines the China AMOLED industry, focusing on the expansion capacity of the makers, the current implementation plans of major smartphone vendors in the market and the technological hurdles faced by the China makers.

  • Global AP demand forecast, 2017-2020

    Digitimes Research expects global AP shipments to surpass the 1.9 billion mark in 2017, with smartphones remaining the main application. Qualcomm will be leading the market in 2017, as other players continue playing catch up and scramble for funds to invest in more diverse applications.

  • Global notebook shipment forecast, 2017 and beyond

    This Digitimes Special Report examines key factors in the notebook industry, including products, vendors and ODMs, that will affect total shipments in 2017 and through 2021.