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Asustek expects strong PC sales in 2021

Asustek expects strong PC sales in 2021, but component shortages remain a variable

Asustek upbeat about PC sales in 2Q, 2H21

May 13, 11:39

Asustek Computer is upbeat about its PC sales in the second quarter and the second half of 2021, judging from clear order visibility through the end of the year, according to Asustek co-CEO SY Hsu.

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ForceN CEO Robert Brooks

Small sensors, big goals: Q&A with ForceN CEO Robert Brooks and VP of engineering Albert Chen

May 13, 11:10

The advent of Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0 has increased the demands for robots and edge computing, and the tasks are becoming more and more complex. Force sensors are critical to preventing the machines from breaking. Toronto-based startup ForceN has developed customizable force sensors...

DRAM, NOR flash prices to rise at slower pace in 3Q21

May 13, 15:17
DRAM and NOR flash memory prices will continue to rise but at a slower pace in the third quarter of 2021, according to industry sources.

Pegatron cuts notebook shipment growth forecast for 2Q21

May 13, 14:23
Worsening shortages of notebook-use chips and components has prompted Taiwan's ODM Pegatron to revise downward its sequential shipment growth forecast for the...

MediaTek steps up hiring

May 13, 14:14
MediaTek has kicked off its recruitment campaign for 2021, with plans to hire over 2,000 additional R&D staff, according to the Taiwan-based IC design house...
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