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2011-04-05 Digitimes: Google, ARM in talks over Android standardization
Google is reportedly eyeing to standardize its Android OS for an ARM-based chipset in an attempt to use a more disciplined approach to the Android development and resist fragmentation.
2012-08-02 Poor global economy weakens H2 notebook market forecast
This year, global shipments will reach 207 million, a growth rate of only 2.1 percent from last year.
2012-09-26 China-based panel makers to gain from low-priced handsets
According to Digitimes, the market for low-priced phones will allow the touch panel makers' shipments to increase from 32.7 per cent in 1Q12 to 39.4 per cent in Q4.
2007-06-05 TSMC eyes 2009 for 32nm jump
TSMC is looking to unveil the 32nm process technology in two years' time, according to a DigiTimes report.
2012-07-13 Trends in upstream LED industry
The Digitimes Special Report focuses on the upstream segments including rare earth elements, MOCVD equipment, sapphire ingots and substrates, which serve as indicators for future developments in the industry.
2007-05-15 Taiwan notebook OEMs cool to Intel's Santa Rosa
Sources at some Taiwan notebook OEMs commented they were being exposed to the threat of eroding profits amid order competition, a Digitimes report said.
2007-03-09 Samsung recalls SD cards due to defective controller IC
Samsung Electronics recalled a batch of secure digital cards from downstream packaging and testing houses due to defective controller IC, according to a Digitimes report.
2007-03-23 NAND flash up in March
The NAND flash market seems to be getting out of the gutter with a growth in prices seen for a majority of multi-level cell NAND flash, according to a Digitimes report.
2007-05-31 Macronix, Qimonda to partner on flash development
Macronix International and Qimonda have reportedly agreed to collaborate on the development of flash technology, a Digitimes report says.
2012-08-24 LG Innotek sees LED utilization rate to top 50% in 2H
Digitimes Research expects the company's 2012 profit margin to be negative 4-6 percent, but is still considered an improvement from last year's profit margin of negative 18 percent.
2007-04-17 Is Apple working with USI, Foxconn on Wi-Fi iPods?
Apple Inc. reportedly will launch iPods that support Wi-Fi in the second half, according to Digitimes.
2007-03-21 Chin-Poon sells Suzhou plant
Chin-Poon has announced the sale of its complete stake at Aspocomp Chin-Poon Holdings in Suzhou, China to strategic partner Aspocomp Group Oyj, according to a Digitimes report.
2007-03-22 Back to the BenQ brand for handsets
BenQ has decided to scrap its BenQ-Siemens branded business and go back to using BenQ brand starting Q3, according to a Digitimes report.
2012-12-10 Yoshida: It's not too late to save Nokia
EE Times' own Junko Yoshida shares some perspective on what went wrong for Nokia and what steps the Finnish phone maker could take to return to prominence.
2015-12-18 Why did Apple buy Maxim's fab?
Regardless of its speculative nature, news like Apple's acquisition of Maxim's fab creates a great window to look into the wants and needs of the Cupertino giant.
2015-11-04 What's stopping China from investing in MediaTek?
China's Tsinghua Unigroup has expressed interest in buying fabless semiconductor company MediaTek. However, Taiwan's laws prevent Chinese firms from investing in Taiwanese companies.
2011-11-15 Upbeat market awaits tablets next year
Despite the effects of the earthquakes in Japan and the global economic downturn, branded tablet shipments will grow 60 percent next year.
2006-09-27 UMC's 12inch fabs running at full capacity
United Microelectronics reportedly has its 12inch fabs now running at 100 percent capacity amid increasing orders for RF ICs and graphics chips.
2013-06-26 TSMC, Apple lock three year FinFET agreement
According to a report from Digitmes, TSMC is expected to begin supplying Apple with a processor called A8 in July 2013 made on 20nm CMOS.
2015-10-21 TSMC sees zero growth in global chip industry
The company attributed the dismal performance to the sluggish smartphone market in China as well as the struggling global economy, which directly resulted in excess inventory.
2014-10-17 TSMC raising capex to $10B for FinFET ramp-up
The company will increase its 2015 capex from the $9.6 billion slated for this year. TSMC is raising the stakes with Samsung, both aiming to win FinFET orders from Apple and Qualcomm for the fast-growing smartphone and tablet segments of the electronics business.
2015-11-16 TSMC invests $65M in EDA startup
Tela Innovations provides software that helps with advanced scaling and lithography optimisation, and developed design solutions such as cell libraries for 28nm, 20nm CMOS and FinFET technologies.
2016-04-19 TSMC growth forecast remains at 5-10% this year
The foundry attributed its downward revision to slower-than-expected growth in the worldwide smartphone market, and weak PC and tablet sales.
2012-04-20 TSMC CEO: Issues with 28nm cap is over
Morris Chang, chair and CEO of foundry firm admitted problems with the 28nm node, but said the problems were related to capacity, not yield.
2011-04-26 Toshiba-SanDisk overtake Intel-Micron in NAND process race
Outpacing the Intel-Micron duo, Toshiba and SanDisk have fabricated 2bit-per-cell, 64Gb NAND flash memory chips with 19nm process technology, thus enabling 8GB on a single chip.
2012-08-17 Taiwan panel makers positive about Q3 revenue
Chimei Innolux, Chunghwa Picture Tubes and Hannstar Display hope that the 10 percent growth in revenues will serve as momentum for an optimistic revenue forecast for 3Q12.
2007-05-17 Taiwan inks MOU with NEC, Nortel, R&S for WiMAX
The Taiwan Ministry of Economic Affairs has signed an MOU with NEC, Nortel WiMAX & Wireless Mesh and Rohde & Schwarz for cooperation in WIMAX technology.
2007-04-13 Soon in a store near you: A $10 mobile phone
UC Berkeley's Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society is reportedly reaching out to Taiwan contract manufacturers to see if a $10 mobile phone can be done.
2012-07-10 Samsung, Toshiba mull plan to foil NAND flash price drop
The companies are considering slowing capacity expansion at their 12in fabs with an aim to prevent further falls in chip prices.
2012-05-18 Samsung shares plummet on report that Elpida nabs Apple contract
The report speculated that Apple is looking to cut its reliance on Samsung memory chips and turn increasingly to Japanese chipmaker Elpida.
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