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2006-05-29 Will Creative's patent suit sour Apple's core?
Creative recently filed a patent suit against Apple, claiming the user interface in the iPod directly infringes upon a patent used in its own portable media players.
2006-03-03 Wi-Fi chipset market to grow more
Unit shipments of WLAN chipsets are projected to grow from 140 million in 2005 to 430 million in 2009, according to market research firm In-Stat.
2006-02-27 Vietnam OKs Intel chip plant
Vietnam's Ministry of Investment and Planning has approved an investment license for based Intel Corp., which plans to build a $605 million plant in Ho Chi Minh City.
2006-10-03 Two more PC makers recall Sony-made battery packs
IBM and Lenovo are recalling over half a million battery packs for its ThinkPad notebook computers equipped with rechargeable Li-ion batteries manufactured by Sony.
2006-03-06 TVs, notebooks drive Q4 LCD sales up 69%
Global shipments of large-area TFT LCD modules increased 10 percent quarter-to-quarter and 69 percent year-over-year to 65.5 million units, according to market research firm DisplaySearch Inc.
2006-02-15 TV phone sales to hit $30B by 2010
Sales of TV phones will soar from $5 billion in 2005 to over $30 billion by 2010, according to a report by market research firm Strategy Analytics.
2006-04-11 Top IC equipment vendors saw '05 sales fall, says Gartner
Global semiconductor manufacturing equipment sales totaled $34.5 billion in 2005, 10.7 percent down from 2004 revenue of $38.6 billion, according to Gartner Inc.
2006-08-24 Things starting to look brighter for LCD market
The LCD market seems to be shaking off its almost year-long slump. In a recent report from iSuppli, the prices of 17-inch LCD panels for desktop PC monitors are set to increase to $123 in December, compared to $102 in July.
2006-02-24 Thin-film electronics to reach $15.5B by 2011
Emerging thin-film electronics applications will generate $15.5 billion in revenue by 2011, according to a report from industry consulting firm NanoMarkets.
2006-07-13 TFT LCD fab use drops
DisplaySearch reported that the average TFT LCD array glass input utilization plunged from 94.7 percent the third quarter of 2005 to 86 percent the second quarter of 2006.
2006-04-13 TDK mass producing Blu-ray Disc media
Japan-based TDK has begun shipping 25GB recordable and rewritable Blu-ray Disc media nationwide.
2006-09-04 TDK blue laser disc packs 200Gbytes
TDK has developed a single-sided recordable blue laser disc with a capacity of 200Gbytes, surpassing the current 25Gbyte capacity for single-layer Blu-ray discs and 50Gbytes for dual-layer discs.
2006-03-03 Symbol, Terabeam settle patent suit
Symbol Technologies has entered into a licensing agreement with Terabeam Inc., settling long-standing patent litigation between the two companies.
2006-08-23 Suntech to establish R&D, manufacturing in Shanghai
China's Suntech Power Holdings plans to establish manufacturing and R&D facilities in Caohejing Hi-tech Park, Shanghai.
2006-02-20 Sun to support next-gen cryptography standard
Sun Microsystems has announced that the Sun Java System Web Server 7.0 will support Elliptic Curve Cryptography.
2006-05-12 Stereo audio CODEC with 1.2W speaker amp
AKM's single-chip 16-bit stereo A/D and D/A converter features a high-quality microphone equalizer and built-in microphone/headphone/speaker amplifier.
2006-05-29 Spansion tops NOR flash suppliers, says iSuppli
Spansion LLC retained its position as the leading supplier of NOR-type flash memory in Q1, according to preliminary market-share data from iSuppli.
2006-02-28 Sony tops LCD TV sales
Sony Corp. gained a glimmer of hope for its recovery by becoming the top supplier of LCD TVs in Q4 2005, according to market research firm DisplaySearch.
2006-03-10 SigmaTel, Infineon team on Bluetooth PMP
Semiconductor suppliers SigmaTel and Infineon Technologies have entered an agreement to offer Bluetooth solutions for portable digital multimedia devices.
2006-04-18 Sharp investing $53M in Polish plant
Sharp plans to invest at least $53 million in a plant making LCD TV screens in Poland, the government said last week.
2006-03-22 Semi equipment sales down in 2005, says SEMI
Global sales of semiconductor manufacturing equipment totaled $32.88 billion in 2005, down 11 percent year to year, according to a report by industry association SEMI.
2006-07-13 SanDisk might miss estimates, warns analyst
According to an American Technology Research analyst, SanDisk is likely to miss its second quarter estimates.
2006-05-29 Samsung SDI may speed OLED ramp-up
Samsung SDI said it would launch active matrix OLED mass production at the beginning of October.
2006-01-24 Report: Sony cuts 400 from U.S. TV plant
Sony Electronics is shutting down its television picture-tube manufacturing line in Rancho Bernardo, California, laying off 400, the company announced last week.
2006-03-27 Report: Flex display market to grow 83.5% a year
Driven by cards and small public viewing screens, the flexible display panel market is expected to grow from $5 million in 2006 to $339 million in 2013, or 83.5 percent a year, according to iSuppli Corp.
2006-09-04 Renesas to expand facility of Kyushu subsidiary
Renesas Technology disclosed its plans to develop a new facility at the Kumamoto plant of Renesas Kyushu Semiconductor Corp., a wholly-owned back-end process manufacturing subsidiary in Kyushu, Japan.
2006-04-26 Rambus awarded $306.9M in Hynix case
A federal jury has awarded Rambus more than $306.9 million in a patent infringement dispute with South Korean chipmaker Hynix Semiconductor.
2006-04-17 PWI spec charged for battery apps
A newly released PowerWise interface spec promises enhanced power-management interconnect capability to multidomain SoCs in battery-powered, handheld devices.
2006-03-06 Philips, T3G, Samsung team on 3G phone for China
Royal Philips Electronics, Samsung and T3G have collaborated to unveil a 3G video phone for the Chinese market.
2006-04-12 Over 50 feared dead in Indian electronics show fire
A fast-moving fire at a consumer electronics show in northern India likely killed more than 50 people and injured over 100, according to several online news reports.
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