Thursday 18 April 2024
Despite terrible initial reviews for Ai Pin, IC design sector still optimistic about prospects of HMI innovation
The initial reviews for the Ai Pin have not been favorable, with many highlighting the device's hardware flaws and impracticality.
Monday 4 March 2024
After missing out on AI Pin and MR products, Young Optics relies on niche business opportunities to survive in 2024
Affected by a shrinking consumer market, Young Optics experienced a significant drop in revenue and profits in 2023, and the struggles have continued in 2024. New star products failed...
Thursday 1 February 2024
LandMark Optoelectronics eyes silicon photonics, AI wearable fueled growth in 1Q24
Taiwan's LandMark Optoelectronics Corporation (LMOC), a key player in manufacturing GaAs and InP-based epiwafers, is poised to sustain its growth momentum into the first quarter of...
Friday 26 January 2024
Backend firm Lingsen reportedly in Humane Ai Pin supply chain
Backend house Lingsen Precision Industries reportedly has entered the supply chain for US startup Humane's Ai Pin, according to industry sources.
Thursday 25 January 2024
Products such as Vision Pro and AI Pin could lead to demand recovery for end-user devices in 2H24
Many anticipated the economic situation would only see a more noticeable recovery in the second half of 2024. However, from an end-user perspective, Apple's Vision Pro has already...
Wednesday 17 January 2024
AI could help wearable devices become more viable for users, though challenges remain, says DIGITIMES Research
Smart wearable devices have been a rapidly growing product over the past several years. With the generative AI boom in 2023, more smart wearable products are also looking to integrate...
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