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  • Worldwide PC shipments totaled 62.1 million units in the second quarter of 2018, a 1.4% increase from the second quarter of 2017, according to preliminary results by Gartner. This is the first quarter of on-year global PC shipment growth since the first quarter of 2012.
  • Tally Liu, ex-senior vice president of of Knight Ridder
    In a media career spanning nearly three decades, Tally Liu served as senior vice president of Knight Ridder, in charge of finances, operations, internal audit and new technologies at the second-largest newspaper company in the United States. Liu took part in Knight Ridder's investment deals and gained...
  • The government in Taiwan has taken three major countermeasures to avert possible impact of the escalating China-US trade spats, including helping makers to boost their domestic R&D and production ratios, according the Ministry of Economic Affairs.
  • Dell has unveiled a series of new enterprise PCs in Taiwan including its Precision 7730 and 7530 workstations designed specifically for virtual reality (VR) purposes; Latitude 5491 and 5591 ultra-thin notebooks and the OptiPlex series all-in-one (AIO) systems.
  • Apple new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar
    Apple has updated its MacBook Pro series with new hardware. The new MacBook Pro models with Touch Bar feature eighth-generation Intel Core processors, with 6-core on the 15-inch model for up to 70% faster performance and quad-core on the 13-inch model for up to two times faster performance - ideal...
  • LG Display has reportedly signed a deal with Apple under which it will start shipping both LCD and OLED panels to the US smartphone vendor for the production of its next-generation iPhone devices in the second half of 2018, according to a Korea-based Newspim report.
  • Sandy Chau, co-founder of Acorn Campus Ventures
    Sandy Chau, co-founder of Acorn Campus Ventures as well as an active real estate investor, engages in investment undertakings throughout the United States and Greater China. His success in startup investment and business operation can be attributed to what he experienced as he was growing up. Born...
  • Worldwide shipments of devices - PCs, tablets and mobile phones - are on pace to record 0.9% growth to reach 2.28 billion units in 2018, according to Gartner. The PC and tablet market is estimated to decline 1.2% in 2018, while the mobile phone market is on pace to record an increase of 1.4%.
  • A total of 12.002 million wearable devices were shipped to China in first-quarter 2018, growing 15.9% on year, according to IDC China.
  • Pegatron has announced consolidated revenues of NT$75.89 billion (US$2.5 billion) for June 2018, down 16.6% sequentially and 5.2% on year, as Pegatron's clients were transitioning to new products.
  • Quanta saw its June revenues decline 10.2% sequentially
    Quanta Computer saw its June revenues decline 10.2% sequentially and 28.43% on year to come to NT$65.75 billion, while Wistron's revenues increased 3.8% on month but decreased 3.99% on year to reach NT$67.02 billion.
  • iphone
    Japan-based Nichia will become the exclusive supplier of 0.3t LED chips for use in backlighting of LTPS-LCD panels of the new 6.1-inch iPhone to be launched in the third quarter of 2018, according to industry sources.
  • Acer sees strong revenues from gaming and Chromebook in 1H18
    Acer has reported consolidated revenues of NT$58.47 billion (US$1.93 billion) for second-quarter 2018, up 6.7% sequentially and 9.1% on year, while consolidated revenues for June went up 25.3% on month and 10.6% on year to come to NT$23.48 billion.
  • Clevo June revenues boosted by gaming notebooks
    Robust gaming notebook sales boosted Clevo's June revenues by 83.2% on year and 25.59% on month to reach NT$2.02 billion (US$65.95 million), while combined consolidated revenues for the first half of 2018 also grew 18.78% on year to arrive at NT$8.61 billion.
  • samsung india
    Samsung Electronics has unveiled what it calls the world's biggest mobile phone manufacturing plant in India. Prime minister of India Shri Narendra Modi presided over the inauguration of the factory in Noida, Uttar Pradesh, on Monday.
  • Asustek sees decreased revenues in 2Q18
    Asustek Computer has reported consolidated revenues of NT$90.4 billion (US$2.98 billion) for the second quarter of 2018, down 9% sequentially and 7% on year, while the amount for June was NT$38.5 billion, rising 33% on month but dropping 1% on year.
  • notebook
    Notebook ODM Compal Electronics has reported consolidated revenues of NT$89.11 billion for June, up 12.28% on month and 7.87% on year with shipments of PCs coming to 4.2 million units. Meanwhile, Inventec has reported its June consolidated revenues reached NT$44.91 billion, up 2.94% on month and 7.18%...
  • apple
    With deep presence in the global electronics and tech supply chains, Taiwan businesses are beginning to feel the pinch of mounting trade tensions between the US and China that are posing new variables to their shipments in the traditional high season in the second half of 2018. And China enforcing...
  • Matthew FC Miau, chairman of MiTAC-Synnex Group
    Taiwan as a country with high value-added supply chains can hardly avoid being impacted by the imminent trade war between the US and China, according to Matthew FC Miau, chairman of MiTAC-Synnex Group.
  • chips
    Taiwan chipmakers have quietly revised downward their revenue growth projections for the third quarter of 2018, as their order visibility for the quarter remains unclear amid the escalating China-US trade tensions that may undermine the shipment performance of their terminal customers in the quarter,...
  • Taiwan makers produced over 90% of the notebooks worldwide in 2008. The top-five notebook makers – Quanta Computer, Compal Electronics, Wistron, Inventec and Asustek Computer – contributed 88% of the shipments from Taiwan.
  • Compal Electronics new president CP Wong
    Compal Electronics will carry out further integration of its PC and smart device departments, and boost its non-PC revenues and overall profitability, with the expectation that the firm's listed share price can double in the future, according to its newly appointed president CP Wong.
  • Graphics cards and ASIC mining systems are expected to see a short-term surge in orders from the cryptocurrency mining sector as Sichuan province, where over 70% of the mining systems in China are located, has been seriously struck by flooding, according to a Chinese-language Economic Daily News...
  • CW Chen, president of Team Group
    The rampant development of the global gaming industry has significantly driven the shipment growth and spec upgrades of gaming devices, but it is brand value that will determine who will be the final winners in the maturing market, CW Chen, president of Taiwan-based memory maker Team Group, has said...
  • Following his resignation as president of Acer Taiwan on July 1, Dave Lin will primarily focus on the operation of Weblink - Acer's distribution affiliate where he serves as president.

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