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  • AMD fights for survival

    AMD has been aggressively adjusting its APU prices and roadmap in hoping to maintain its competitiveness

    Last update: Monday 15 October 2012

  • PC shipments seeing weak performance in 2012

    Several research firms have announced reports about weak PC shipment performance in 2012

    Last update: Friday 12 October 2012

  • PV Taiwan 2012

    PV Taiwan 2012 was held in Taipei from October 3-5, 2012.

    Last update: Friday 12 October 2012

  • Epistar takes over Huga Optotech

    Taiwan-based LED chipmaker expands capacity and plans to take over Huga Optotech through share swap

    Last update: Monday 1 October 2012

  • DRAM prices going down

    Contract prices for DRAM memory fell over 10% in August 2012, and continued their downward trend in the first half of September. End-market demand has been disappointing.

    Last update: Friday 14 September 2012

  • SEMICON Taiwan 2012

    SEMICON Taiwan 2012 took place in Taipei during September 5-7. A series of technology forums were held with industry heavyweights to share their points of view and opinions on the future of technology.

    Last update: Monday 10 September 2012

  • AMD with executive reshuffling

    AMD in the past few months, saw many of its executives have resigned from their posts and the trend is still going on.

    Last update: Tuesday 4 September 2012

  • Touch Taiwan 2012

    Many local and foreign makers, such as AUO, CMI and Corning, are at Touch Taiwan 2012 from August 29-31.

    Last update: Friday 31 August 2012

  • Fighting over the sun

    China, EU, US, India, and South Korea are all facing trade barriers in the solar market

    Last update: Wednesday 29 August 2012

  • LED light at the end of the tunnel?

    Taiwan-based LED firms have been seeing improving financial results

    Last update: Friday 24 August 2012

  • A shadow over China's solar firm

    China-based solar firms such as LDK and Suntech have been facing financial and legal troubles

    Last update: Friday 24 August 2012

  • MediaTek hikes smartphone chip shipments goal

    MediaTek has revised upward its forecast for 2012 smartphone-chip shipments to 95 million units.

    Last update: Wednesday 22 August 2012

  • 28nm chips in short supply at TSMC

    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company's (TSMC) 28nm foundry capacity has been short of demand. Volume production of the process kicked off in October 2011.

    Last update: Tuesday 21 August 2012

  • China-LED invasion

    China-based LED maker Sanan has been aggressively expanding Taiwan market share using low quotes

    Last update: Monday 20 August 2012

  • TSMC breaking up with Motech?

    TSMC may start to sell Motech shares in 2013

    Last update: Monday 13 August 2012

  • Samsung reaches deal to acquire part of CSR

    Under the terms of the agreement, Samsung will gain full access to CSR's mobile connectivity and location technology and transfer certain relevant patents, as well as employ over 300 CSR employees in the selected field...

    Last update: Friday 27 July 2012

  • AUO woes continue

    AUO has again reported huge losses for 2Q12. Its shift of business focuses has yet to work miracles.

    Last update: Thursday 26 July 2012

  • The crumbling LCD panel industry

    Taiwan's LCD panel industry is in the doldrums, with AUO and CMI seeing their stock prices dropping below face values.

    Last update: Wednesday 25 July 2012

  • Solar, the next possible boom for Japan

    Japan's high FIT rate has been attracting firms to invest in solar projects in the country.

    Last update: Friday 20 July 2012

  • Sun burns in Europe

    Europe governments have been lowering incentive and setting up barriers to protect the domestic solar industry

    Last update: Thursday 12 July 2012

  • Taiwan notebook players with mixed performance in June

    Taiwan-based notebook makers and vendors have announced their revenues and shipments for June

    Last update: Tuesday 10 July 2012

  • The importance of China in global LED industry

    China-based players and the government gain importance in the global LED industry

    Last update: Thursday 5 July 2012

  • Micron in talks to acquire Elpida

    Micron Technology has confirmed it is engaged in discussions with Elpida Memory's trustees to acquire the bankrupt chipmaker. The possible merger of Micron and Elpida will help to restore a healthier supply-demand balance...

    Last update: Monday 2 July 2012

  • Computex Taipei 2012

    Complete coverage of Computex Taipei 2012 at DIGITIMES. The show will be held from June 5-9. It is the largest show in Asia, and one of the world's leading ICT event.

    Last update: Friday 22 June 2012

  • LED Lighting Taiwan 2012

    LED Lighting Taiwan 2012 was held in Nangang Exhibition Hall from June 19-21

    Last update: Thursday 21 June 2012

  • Microsoft outs with Surface tablet PCs

    Microsoft has announced new Surface tablet PCs featuring its Windows 8 Pro and Windows RT, aiming to compete against Apple's iPad

    Last update: Tuesday 19 June 2012

  • Emerging solar markets

    Japan, India, and Poland may become the next big solar markets in the world

    Last update: Monday 18 June 2012

  • Acer on a rise

    Acer has been aggressively improving its opeartion and is focusing to expand its share in China's PC market

    Last update: Friday 15 June 2012

  • AMD, ARM together to form new foundation

    AMD has recently announced to establish a new foundation with cooperation from ARM

    Last update: Thursday 14 June 2012

  • The Midas touch?

    The ICT market is heading towards the touch generation, and firms are making sure their devices are "touchable."

    Last update: Tuesday 12 June 2012

  • China-based solar firms report 1Q and 2Q 2012 financial performances

    China-based large-size solar firms report financial performances in the first and second quarter of 2012.

    Last update: Friday 1 June 2012

  • Motech shuts down AEP productions

    Motech shuts down the productions of its polysilicon subsidiary, AE Polysilicon (AEP).

    Last update: Wednesday 30 May 2012

  • China solar firms cries for help

    China solar firms have been filing complaints against international firms for dumping and hope the government can allow firms to have easier access to the international solar market.

    Last update: Friday 25 May 2012

  • Responses of US anti-dumping duties from both sides

    China- and US-based solar firms repond to US's anti-dumping and anti-subsidy duties on China-based solar cells.

    Last update: Thursday 24 May 2012

  • US government levies heavy anit-dumping duties on China solar firms

    US government announced on May 17 the anti-dumping duties on China-based solar firms.

    Last update: Thursday 24 May 2012

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