703 news items tagged gaming
Intel to launch new-gen desktop processors at end of AprilWednesday 8 April 2020
Intel is set to introduce its 10th-generation Comet Lake-S desktop processors and 400 series chipsets at the end of April, according to sources at motherboard makers, who expect improvements...
Memory demand propelled by stay-at-home economyTuesday 31 March 2020
The coronavirus outbreak has spurred stay-at-home economy, driving demand for related applications such as servers, commercial notebooks, gaming consoles and set-top boxes (STB),...
MSI expects small drop in 1Q20 revenues and rising sales starting AprilMonday 30 March 2020
Micro-Star International (MSI) expects revenues to drop less than 10% on year in the first quarter of 2020 and will see its sales gradually pick up starting April with the releases...
Pegatron expects sales growth in 1H20Friday 27 March 2020
Pegatron is looking to push up sales for its three major product lines in 2020, with results for the second quarter to outperform those for the first quarter, according to company...
Strong PCB demand for STBs, game consoles to last into 2Q20Wednesday 25 March 2020
With stay-at-home economy gaining momentum amid the coronavirus pandemic, demand for set-top boxes (STB) and gaming consoles is on track to stable expansion, serving as a growth driver...
Backend firms see stable demand for TV, STB, gaming, server chipsTuesday 24 March 2020
Backend service firms have seen stable orders for processing chips for TVs, set-top boxes (STB), game consoles, cloud servers, and IP network cameras, while demand for packaging smartphone...
Asustek expects 30% revenue decline in 1Q20Thursday 19 March 2020
Asustek Computer expects to post a revenue decline of about 30% on year in the first quarter of 2020, with shipments of its PCs to see a 40% decrease sequentially.
Mobo and graphics card shipments set to hit record lowTuesday 17 March 2020
Global motherboard and graphics card shipments are set to drop to record-low levels in the first half of 2020, thanks to the quickly spreading coronavirus pandemic sweeping over 130...
Micron samples uMCP with LPDDR5Thursday 12 March 2020
Micron Technology has begun sampling what the company claims is the industry's first universal flash storage (UFS) multichip package (uMCP) with low-power DDR5 (LPDDR5) DRAM. The...
Asustek revenues fall to 10-month lowWednesday 11 March 2020
Asustek Computer has reported consolidated revenues fell 8.26% sequentially and 1.16% on year to a 10-month low of NT$21.29 billion (US$710.15 million) in February 2020.
Asustek sees growing competition in China gaming smartphone marketMonday 9 March 2020
Asustek Computer is facing fierce competition in China's gaming smartphone market in 2020 from China-based Xiaomi and Lenovo, according to sources from the upstream supply chain.
Acer bracing for PC market slowdownWednesday 4 March 2020
With demand for notebooks continuing sliding, Acer is pushing to enhance its PC offerings, and remains aggressive in developing new businesses, according to company chairman Jason...
More IT brands gearing up for gaming monitor marketWednesday 26 February 2020
Competition in the gaming monitor sector is set to become keen in 2020 as more notebook and monitor brands enter the race for market share, according to industry sources.
Acer expands emerging businessesFriday 21 February 2020
Acer has grown its emerging businesses with their combined share in Acer's overall revenues having risen to 14.6% from 11% three years ago, according to company chairman Jason Chen...
Taiwan notebooks – 4Q 2019Wednesday 19 February 2020
Taiwan's notebook shipments slipped 4.4% sequentially, but grew 3.1% on year to arrive at 32.37 million units in the fourth quarter of 2019.
Acer ranked as top gaming notebook brand in IndiaWednesday 19 February 2020
Acer was ranked by IDC as the largest gaming notebook brand in India for the second consecutive year in 2019. Acer also was the leading gaming brand in Canada, Thailand, Australia...
Acer, Asustek revenues under pressureThursday 13 February 2020
China's coronavirus outbreak is expected to negatively affect revenues for Acer and Asustek Computer in the first half of 2020 as both firms have major portions of their sales from...
Sensor firm PixArt optimistic about 2020Tuesday 4 February 2020
Image sensor specialist PixArt Imaging is wary of the coronavirus impact on demand in China in the short term, but remains optimistic about the overall demand outlook this year.
Phison remains optimistic about NAND flash demandTuesday 4 February 2020
NAND flash device controller specialist Phison Electronics remains optimistic about its performance this year, despite the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
PC market still full of opportunities: Q&A with Frank Soqui, VP of Client Computing Group and GM of Gaming Division at IntelMonday 20 January 2020
Intel currently still holds an 80% share in the global PC market, but the growth of the CPU giant's PC platform business has weakened, thanks to prolonged shortages of its processors...
Memory module makers replenishing inventoryFriday 17 January 2020
Anticipating that memory chip prices will be rising this year, memory module makers have started replenishing inventory while also making upward adjustments in their DRAM module quotes,...
Cloud gaming streaming to highlight 5G services in 2020, says Digitimes ResearchWednesday 15 January 2020
More mobile operators worldwide are enhancing their deployments in the cloud gaming streaming market to highlight the differentiated value that 5G networks will bring forth.
NAND flash demand for SSD-equipped gaming consoles to grow robustlyTuesday 14 January 2020
NAND flash demand for new-generation gaming consoles featuring 1TB and higher-density SSDs is set to grow robustly in the second half of 2020, according to industry sources.
Power Logic upbeat about demand for graphics cardsFriday 10 January 2020
Cooling fan demand will be rising driven by the availability of new Nvidia and AMD graphics cards, according to Taiwan-based Power Logic, which saw its revenues register a robust...
Memory backend firms positive about demand for flash devicesFriday 10 January 2020
Memory backend specialists have expressed optimism about demand for SSDs and other flash-based devices in 2020, while being upbeat about NAND flash chip prices this year.