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2007-12-20 TPL, Patriot settle patent suits with Japanese firms
The TPL Group and Patriot Scientific Corp. have settled IP disputes with Japanese companies Toshiba, Matsushita, JVC and NEC
2004-07-01 Sharp takes stake in German TV manufacturer
Japan's Sharp Corp. is taking a stake in the battered German consumer electronics maker Loewe AG, a move that will allow Loewe to accelerate its move to flat-screen TV production.
2006-02-15 Saifun extends licensing agreement with Japanese CE maker
Saifun Semiconductors announced that the company has extended its licensing agreement with one of its Japanese licensees, a major consumer electronics manufacturer, to provide Saifun NROM technology.
2006-06-06 Cree announces $180M agreement with Japanese distributor
Cree announced that Sumitomo Corp. has agreed to purchase $180 million of Cree's LED and wafer products.
2007-09-27 JVC reports job cuts, trims 18% of workforce
Japanese consumer electronics manufacturer JVC will hand back to its 1,150 employees their working papers by mid-October as part of its turnaround effort.
2014-10-08 Smart DIY: Why do companies design their own sensors?
There are many reasons why several big companies brew their own sensors and sensor hubs. For some, especially in Asia, it's about vertical integration, while others want to add products to their catalogue.
2012-07-13 PV market preferring price-performance ratio
The photovoltaic market is experiencing a shift from high efficiency products to products with a high price-performance ratio.
2008-02-28 Freescale MRAM lifts off to space
MRAM products from Freescale Semiconductor have been selected for use in a magnetometer subsystem from Angstrom Aerospace, which will be launched into space on board the Japanese research satellite SpriteSat
2016-01-25 Foxconn plans to buy Sharp for $5 billion
The Taiwanese electronics contract manufacturer is secretly working to buy Sharp, which is struggling to pay its debt worth more than $9.2 billion, accumulated over the past four years
2012-07-03 Elpida & Micron merger nearing completion
Micron's market share to increase after merger, allowing it to match up against Korean suppliers.
2012-08-14 Congatec opens Tokyo office
The manufacturer of embedded computer modules opened a Japanese subsidiary in Tokyo headed by Eric Hsu.
2002-02-15 Outlook bleak for India's electronics manufacturers
Just as India's software industry is preparing to offer hardware design services, its electronic hardware manufacturing is in a shambles.
2011-12-21 LED firms inch toward lighting market
Despite the feeble growth outlook, Taiwan LED makers are aggressively increasing capacities of lighting product application.
2003-01-06 Industry consolidation favors Asia
In 1996, the PC industry went through a major consolidation - one that saw Taiwan ODMs venture into their own.
2012-08-15 Sharp-Foxconn deal stands in shaky ground
The agreement between the Taiwan contract manufacturer and the Japanese LCD maker has received both criticism and praise, but serious issues surround the deal.
2004-07-05 Panasonic follows Sony into Blu-ray disk market
Matsushita will become the second Japanese manufacturer to introduce a Blu-ray disk recorder.
2007-08-14 Is Sanyo letting go of its cellphone business?
Reports came out last week regarding Sanyo Electric's alleged moves to sell its cellphone business, which the Japanese company countered saying it has made no official decision on the matter
2005-12-06 Toshiba gains new trial in Lexar suit
Toshiba said that it has been granted a new trial in Lexar Media's suit over alleged claims of misappropriation of trade secrets and breach of fiduciary duty against the Japanese company
2013-03-08 Sharp accepts Samsung's $111M offer
Struggling Japanese electronics manufacturer Sharp will receive about $111 million from Samsung to strengthen LCD panel partnership.
2013-11-14 Rohm first to blink, re-evaluates fuel cell focus
Japanese firm Rohm is working with Kyoto University and Aquafairy to develop solid fuel-type hydrogen fuel cells
2014-03-31 Panasonic's non-commitment clouds Tesla's Gigafactory
The Japanese electronics company expressed its apprehension over participating in Tesla Motors's lithium-ion battery project. The electric vehicle manufacturer's stocks dipped by 3.2% following Panasonic's statement.
2002-06-26 Matsushita Inter-Techno to distribute LightPointe FSO equipment
LightPointe, a designer and manufacturer of carrier-class optical transmission equipment using Free-Space Optics technology, has entered into an international distribution agreement with Matsushita Inter-Techno Co. Ltd
2007-06-28 iPhone faces touchsceen supply glitches
A few days shy from the release of Apple's iPhone, reports stated that supply problems with touchscreen manufacturer Sharp caused Apple to reshuffle orders for the handset displays
2004-10-29 Grace claims its close to 130nm process deal with U.S. IDM
Chinese foundry chip maker Grace Semiconductor Mfg Corp. said it is in the final stages of negotiating a technology transfer for a 0.13?m manufacturing process from a U.S.-based integrated device manufacturer
2009-01-06 Foreign components distributors still woo Japan
Breaking into any Japanese economic sector has always been difficult but the world's second-biggest economy is proving especially difficult for foreign electronic component distributors
2004-12-16 Exec defies popular trend in TV production
Sharp's Machida opted to keep its advanced LCD manufacturing at home at a time when many Japanese manufacturers were going overseas
2005-04-22 ERNI appoints distributors in Japan
Interconnect manufacturer ERNI Electronics Inc. is expanding its presence in Japan with the appointment of two distributors
2007-08-13 Epson frees Japan LCD facilities of 2-aminoethanol
Epson Imaging Devices announced it has eliminated the use of 2-aminoethanolfrom all its Japan sites as of July 2007, making it the first LCD manufacturer to achieve this feat
2009-02-06 Elpida seeks gov't bailout, mergers
Elpida Memory Inc., the remaining Japanese DRAM manufacturer, is exploring a government bailout, but public funds alone probably wouldn't do the trick.
2008-09-03 Defective HD TVs spell legal woes for Hitachi
The U.S. subsidiary of Japanese consumer electronics manufacturer Hitachi Ltd is being sued over alleged defects in the company's high-definition TV sets.
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