Friday 22 March 2024
Why Taiwan's ODMs reluctant to follow PC brands into India
The massive market scale in India is regarded as a treasure trove by many PC brands.
Thursday 21 March 2024
Improved hardware on AI PCs will lead to increased prices, says Asus
Asus' annual performance in 2023 remained flat due to the lack of significant recovery in demand.
Wednesday 20 March 2024
Gaming PCs forecast to recover after down year in 2023, says IDC
Global shipments for gaming PCs suffered the same fate as the overall PC market in 2023 with the gaming category declining 13.2% year-on-year to 44 million units for 2024. However,...
Wednesday 20 March 2024
Qualcomm sees PC supply chain support in AI PC efforts
After Qualcomm announced its Snapdragon X Elite PC platform with its custom Oryon architecture in 2023, market watchers have shown skepticism and optimism in the company's AI PC ef...
Wednesday 20 March 2024
Acer targets emotional appeal in upcoming brand acquisition
Acer chairman and CEO Jason Chen has revealed that a brand name acquisition is in the works, intending to put a softer touch to a brand known for its sensibility.
Friday 15 March 2024
Indian PC vendors to meet production targets by fiscal 2023 under IT hardware PLI
Thanks to a more flexible version of India's incentive policy and an import management system that may restrict computer imports, PC and notebook vendors are reportedly increasing...
Thursday 14 March 2024
Taiwanese IC distributors to capitalize on handset and PC inventory shrinkage, AI chip boom in 2024
Taiwan's major IC distributors, including WPG Holdings, WT Microelectronics, Supreme Electronics, and Edom Technology, anticipate several significant trends for 2024 in the semiconductor...
Thursday 14 March 2024
Apple seeks growth engines amid slowing investment
Apple expanded its research capacities in China amidst maturing PCs and smartphones and a sluggish Chinese market.
Thursday 14 March 2024
Taiwan's PC industry sees explosive growth, thanks to GenAI
During her report to the Legislative Yuan's Economics Committee on March 13, Economics Minister Wang Mei-Hua pointed to an increase in local investments from Taiwan-based companies...
Wednesday 13 March 2024
With replacement demand and new AI PCs, JEITA estimates global PC sales to grow by 0.4% in 2024
The Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association (JEITA) estimated that the global PC market scale, in terms of units, will shift away from the declines in...
Monday 11 March 2024
Taiwan wind maker Yen Sun is a big fan of high-end computer cooling opportunities
Fan maker Yen Sun thinks growth lies in high-end computer cooling.
Thursday 7 March 2024
Lenovo optimistic about Indian potential in server and PC businesses
Lenovo is optimistic about the Indian market and reiterates its commitment to Make in India. The company is a rare case among China-based technology firms operating in India without...
Tuesday 5 March 2024
PC component supplier Darfon expects growth in 2024 from... bikes
Darfon Electronics, a manufacturer of notebook and PC components, forecasts a revenue increase this year, attributed to a recovery in notebook and PC demand and the deployment of...
Tuesday 5 March 2024
Supply chain remains skeptical of AI PCs driving wave of device replacements
As AI continues to dominate talk in the market, makers of smartphones, notebooks, PCs, and other products that have already plateaued are all trying to leverage the AI boom to increase...
Tuesday 27 February 2024
Honor reveals AI smartphone and AI PC ahead of MWC 2024
Just before the opening of the Mobile World Congress (MWC), China's Honor held an announcement event to reveal its latest Magic 6 and MagicBook 16 series. Proclaimed to have the world's...
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