SEMICON Taiwan 2019, will take place in Taipei from September 18-20, to feature more than 2,200 booths and 700 exhibitors from around the world and is expected to draw a record number of 50,000 visitors this year.
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Micro LED has emerged as a strong candidate for adoption by mainstream display products.
Internet of Things (IoT) is promising a market with explosive growths.
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China-based Huawei's worldwide reach
HTC has sold part of its smartphone team to Google as it seeks to turn around its business.
VR/AR applications are becoming popular in the IT market.
Historical shipment data of Taiwan's first-tier IT manufacturers.
Xiamen, a city on the southeastern coast of China, is aspring to become an IT hub of the country.
Asustek's smartphone shipments may have been disappointing in 2016, but the vendor is seeking a rebound in 2017.
Foxconn has taken over Sharp, and is keen on rejuvenating the Japanese brand.
Many startups, including dozens from Taiwan, showcased their innovations at CES.
For some panel makers, 10.5G lines can offer better production efficiency and enrich product mixes
The 2018 edition of the annual display technology tradeshow runs from August 29 to 31.
TSMC and Samsung have been competing for clients for the 10nm node.