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2006-04-17 White-LED chips lit for efficiency race
Nichia has developed a white-LED chip with 100lumen/watt efficiency, with volume production expected this year.
2006-12-18 Universal players avert DVD format duel
Machines capable of playing both Blu-ray Disc (BD) and HD DVD discs will emerge next year to short-circuit the format war in next-generation DVD.
2006-06-14 Tremor hits Japan, hardly damages local fabs
Elpida, Sony and Toshiba, which have semiconductor operations in the areas hit by a Japan earthquake, reported almost no damage to their operations.
2006-02-13 Toshiba, SanDisk to boost spending on flash fab
In an effort to keep up with huge demand for its NAND flash-memory devices, SanDisk and Toshiba said that they plan to boost the investment and production levels of its 300mm fab venture in Japan.
2006-09-19 Toshiba, Lexar settle patent dispute
Toshiba has settled a NAND flash memory patent dispute with Lexar Media Inc., a subsidiary of Micron Technology.
2006-02-10 Toshiba's nuke deal anticipates growing demand
In a bid to turn its nuclear-power business into a growth driver, Toshiba has agreed to acquire Westinghouse Electric from British Nuclear Fuels.
2006-04-04 Toshiba unveils HD DVD player as market battle begins
Toshiba unveiled its first HD DVD player in Japan on March 31 as the next-generation video format battle moves to the marketplace.
2006-10-18 Toshiba to seek compensation for battery recall
Toshiba is considering seeking compensation from Sony Corp. for lost sales and alleged damage to its brand name caused by faulty Sony-made Li-ion batteries.
2006-05-18 Toshiba capex plan will double NAND flash output
Toshiba unveiled plans to invest about $18B over the three years with half of the expenditures allocated for semiconductors, mainly on expanding production of NAND flash memory.
2006-09-12 Tech bonds different material-based elements without wire bonding
Oki Electric Industry announced a new interconnect technology that allows bonding of different material-based device elements without using conventional wire bonding.
2006-04-25 Sony, Samsung display JV to expand display capacity
S-LCD, the display joint venture between Sony and Samsung Electronics, is investing $240M to expand capacity at its 7G fab by 50 percent to process 90,000 panels a month.
2005-11-21 Sony, NEC to merge optical disk drive businesses
Sony Corp. and NEC Corp. signed Thursday (Nov. 17) a memorandum of understanding (MOU) that they would establish a joint venture company in the optical disk drive business.
2006-10-25 Sony recalls batteries for Vaio notebook
Sony issued a recall of batteries for its Vaio notebook computers last week. The company revealed that the total number of its Li-ion batteries to be recalled has reached 9.6 million units.
2006-10-23 Sony lowers forecast after battery recall, PS3 delay
Sony Corp. has revised its business forecast downward as a result of a huge Li-ion battery recall and a delays introduction of its Playstation 3.
2006-09-26 Slower electronics growth threatening Asia
The outlook for 2007 remains reasonably strong, as long as the United States doesn't pitch into full-blown recession.
2006-02-14 Sharp, ChiMei to cross license LCD patents
Sharp Corp. and Chi Mei Optoelectronics have disclosed they have reached an agreement to cross-license their respective LCD patents. Both companies plan to iron out details on the five-year contract in March.
2006-09-04 Sharp's Gen 8 fab rolls out large LCD TVs
Sharp said it would introduce 42-, 46- and 52-inch LCD TVs whose panels would be fabricated in its Gen 8 fab in Kameyama, Japan.
2006-04-28 Sharp posts record sales as LCD TV sales boom
For the 2005 fiscal year ended March, Japan-based Sharp Corp. reported record high sales of $24.3 billion, up 10 percent from the previous year.
2006-11-22 Sharp joins blue-laser diode market
Sharp Corp. has become the second merchant supplier of blue-laser diodes, following Nichia Corp. and already started supplying diodes to an undisclosed client.
2006-08-16 Semicon biosensor IC shrinks immunoassay test systems
The new semiconductor biosensor chip from Hitachi introduces electrical measurement into immunoassay, in place of light absorption measurement.
2006-05-23 Sanyo reports huge loss
Sanyo Electric reported a record net loss of about $1.8 billion for its fiscal 2005 ending in March.
2006-02-01 Robots act more human
Two famous humanoid robots, Honda's Asimo and Sony's Qrio, showed off new capabilities that enable them to act more "human."
2006-01-16 Renesas, startup Grandis team on spin torque transfer MRAM
Renesas. and startup Grandis said that they will collaborate to develop magnetic RAM of the 65nm generation using Grandis' spin torque transfer writing technology.
2006-05-02 Renesas' sales fall 10%
Renesas Technology reported that fiscal 2005 year ended March with a 10 percent decline in sales to $7.9 billion from $8.7 billion in fiscal 2004.
2007-03-05 Renesas invests $1M in Chinese software developer
Renesas Technology Corp. is boosting its Chinese operations by investing in a Chinese company in Xian along with a Chinese investment partner.
2006-08-01 Platform group's goal: Unify Linux for handsets
Handset makers Motorola, NEC, Samsung Electronics and Panasonic have joined with telecom operators NTT Docomo and Vodafone in a bid to create a reference implementation built around a consistent set of Linux APIs for use by manufacturers and tool developers.
2007-02-08 Patent pool open for DTV receivers in Japan
A group of Japanese consumer companies has launched a one-stop patent-licensing program for DTV receivers, which aims to simplify licensing procedures.
2007-01-17 Patent dispute breaks Canon-Toshiba JV
A patent dispute has ended a joint venture between Canon Inc. and Toshiba Corp. for producing surface-conduction electron-emitter display TVs.
2006-02-17 Nokia, Sanyo team to topple Samsung in CDMA
Sanyo Electric and Nokia announced that they have reached a preliminary joint-venture agreement to merge their respective CDMA mobile-phone businesses in a bid to unseat CDMA market leader Samsung.
2006-05-30 NHK demos UHD TV broadcast
NHK Science and Technical Research Laboratories has demonstrated virtual satellite broadcasting of UHD TV, which promises resolution 16 times higher than current high-definition images.
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