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  • Last update: Monday 24 March 2014 [4 news items]

Taiwan market: Retailers placing rush orders for 2-in-1 devices for 2Q14

Mar 24, 13:40

As 2-in-1 device sales in Taiwan continue to stay strong, channel retailers have been placing extra orders with brand vendors to satisfy demand, according to sources from channel...

Notebook makers pessimistic about rush orders in December

Nov 29, 16:22

Figures from research firm ShopperTrak show that the sales in the US retail channel on Black Friday 2010 only grew 0.3% on year to US$10.69 billion, prompting pessimism among notebook...

OEM/ODM hoping for appearance of rush orders

Nov 8, 16:28

As shopping centers in the US such as Wal-Mart and Best Buy have already started to promote their latest IT products such as LCD TVs and notebooks for the year-end holidays, some...

LED prices likely to go up 5-10%

May 13, 15:31

LED backlight products may see their prices increase by 5-10% as both upstream LED chip and epitaxial wafer prices will rise soon due to strong market demand, according to sources...

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  • Taiwan December manufacturing production index up on month, year, says MOEA

    Before Going to Press | 1h 23min ago

  • Samsung reportedly starts Indonesia smartphone production lines, says report

    Before Going to Press | 1h 24min ago

  • AOT expects 2015 LED lighting revenue proportion to double on year

    Before Going to Press | 1h 25min ago

  • Digitimes Research: Korea makers to expand AMOLED production capacity 36% in 2015

    Before Going to Press | 1h 26min ago

  • US to impose 5-year anti-dumping tariffs on Taiwan solar cell makers, but allow review every year, says MOEA

    Before Going to Press | 1h 26min ago

  • Foxconn taking different approach on patent management

    Before Going to Press | 1h 27min ago

  • A quarter billion connected vehicles expected to be on the road by 2020, says Gartner

    Before Going to Press | 1h 27min ago

  • Taiwan market: Beacon-based devices see growing demand

    Before Going to Press | 1h 28min ago

  • USITC upholds findings that China and Taiwan PV makers have been dumping their products

    Before Going to Press | 1h 31min ago

  • Lite-On Semi looks to flat performance in 1Q15

    Before Going to Press | 1h 32min ago

  • Inotera on schedule to transition to 20nm process technology

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