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2014-04-17 Xiaomi edges out giant rivals with cheaper smartphones
The electronics manufacturer overtook Apple with 18.7 million smartphones sold in China last year. It is able to provide competitive prices by maintaining a very low profit margin on hardware, and making most of its revenues from apps, games, and ebooks.
2015-07-01 Will smartphones follow PC's footsteps?
Sadly, the days of massive improvements in features in a new phone are over. The reality is that phone features are about capped out. Moreover, everything Apple can do, Android does too.
2008-07-15 Will Siemens pull out from Fujitsu JV?
Siemens AG is reportedly in talks with Fujitsu Ltd over the future of their computer production joint venture Fujitsu Siemens Computers (FSC).
2008-02-27 Will iPhone hit the 10M mark?
Apple may stand by its target of selling 10 million iPhones in 2008, but analysts questioned whether the demand for the much-hyped handsets is high enough to meet the goal.
2010-01-04 What's the next big application?
Here's a list of the 10 technology applications to watch for in 2010, examining examine the features that make them so compelling as well unresolved issues that might keep them from breaking out.
2009-05-20 What went wrong with MIPS-Chipidea merger?
Most mergers and acquisitions rarely work. When they do, it's because both parties have time, patience, commitment and money to burn in the process of integrating the two organizations. An examination of the recent MIPS Technologies-Chipidea breakup strongly suggests that neither one had sufficient amounts of these key attributes.
2006-08-10 WFI to acquire technical solutions company
WFI announced that is has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Madison Research Corp., a privately-held technical solutions and services company focused on advanced telecommunications programs.
2008-10-02 Unlocked iPhones land in Hong Kong
Apple is offering in Hong Kong a carrier-independent, "unlocked" iPhone that can be used with each customer's wireless operator of choice.
2005-06-20 Ultracapacitor technology breakthrough powers higher-performance products
Maxwell's new large cell BOOSTCAP ultracapacitor cells and multi-cell modules are based on a technology that enables them to store more energy and deliver more power per unit volume.
2007-05-08 U.S. jury dismisses fraud claims against Canon
Canon Inc. has announced that a U.S. jury dismissed Nano-Proprietary Inc.'s fraud claims against the company, which involves a patent license for developing surface-conduction electron-emitter display TVs.
2012-05-03 TriQuint slashes workforce
'We are rightsizing our factories in Florida and Costa Rica as we transition to [wafer-level packaging] and away from commodity duplexers toward a higher-value mix of products,' said Ralph Quinsey, TriQuint's president and CEO
2002-10-29 Taiwanese EE blazes to China with belief in Chinese innovation
Conexant senior executive goes to China to head the company's Shanghai branch.
2011-08-25 Taiwan LCD TV OEMs see growth in Q3
Although global LCD TV manufacturers posted a 2 percent QoQ shipment decline, Taiwan TV OEMs shipments still grew by 7.3 percent.
2007-05-03 Survey says iPhone hype not enough to make people buy
A recent survey of market research firm Markitecture found that iPhone scored a high percentage in consumer awareness but the chances of that these consumers will buy the product was very slim.
2006-07-28 Suntech announces 10-year solar wafer supply agreement
Suntech Power Holdings announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement with MEMC Electronic Materials under which it will receive solar wafers from MEMC over a 10-year period.
2006-05-29 Stock option shell game investigated
The news that Vitesse Semiconductor was being investigated sparked some issues on the way stock options were handed out in the electronics industry.
2006-06-07 Stock option scandal hurts tech industry in more ways than one
Aside from falling share prices and shareholder suits, the stock option scandal has potentially more damaging effects the tech industry could sustain: of the public trust, investor confidence and employee loyalty.
2014-04-25 Specialised procurement app adoption ups revenues for firms
Procurement organisations are shifting away from ERP systems and towards using smart technology platforms, resulting in a dramatic increase in key procurement performance metrics.
2010-01-19 Solar sector presents new EMS opportunities
Arthur Tan, president of IMI, talks about the opportunity provided by the solar sector to EMS companies like his own.
2013-09-09 SK Hynix's DRAM supply threatened by fire damage
TrendForce believes that the fire that occurred September 4 causing the entire production line of SK Hynix to come to a halt could lead to a shortage of DRAM supply.
2012-09-18 Sharp increases pay cuts to pare down costs
In a fresh bid to prevent further revenue decline, Sharp will shave off a significant chunk of management and worker salaries.
2011-02-01 Samsung 4Q 2010 revenue up 7%
Samsung Electronics achieved revenues of 41.87 trillion won in 4Q 2010 for a 7 percent y-o-y growth. The company attributed the increase to strong sales of its memory chips and cutting-edge smartphones.
2008-09-10 Reviewing lessons from giants' flop modules
Apple and Microsoft spent unspecified millions in the design, development and introduction of the iPod, iPhone and Zune, but less attention was given by them to the basic components, sealing, USB protection and connector quality of the products, according to Rapid Repair.
2009-01-27 Restructuring: Will it resurrect Qimonda?
Qimonda has applied for bankruptcy protection while it makes one more attempt to restructure its business. But analysts reckon that this time Qimonda may not come back from the dead
2008-11-28 Report: Solar panel sales to slide in '09
The economic downturn is expected to significantly impact solar panel sales, starting with weakened average selling prices and order delays or cancellations, according to The Information Network.
2014-01-30 Renesas to transfer wafer fab line to Sony
Renesas Electronics signed a definitive agreement to transfer the 12-inch front-end wafer fabrication line at its Tsuroka facility to Sony Semiconductor.
2015-10-19 Renesas aims to streamline embedded dev't for IoT
Synergy helps automate the implementation of graphical interfaces, network connectivity and device configuration, and frees developers to focus on innovation in their core application competence.
2012-12-06 Qualcomm invests in Sharp to advance MEMS displays
Qualcomm has agreed to a private equity investment in Sharp as part of efforts to develop MEMS-based displays using the Japanese firm's LCD production lines.
2011-03-30 Q2 supply shortage predicted for NAND
DRAMexchange predicts a slump in NAND flash memory bit production, but supply will return to normal soon.
2011-06-03 Q1 DRAM revenue drops due to softer ASPs
First quarter global DRAM revenue totaled $8.3 billion, down 5.6 percent from Q4 2010 and below the projected $9 billion in sales, due to the softer-than-expected ASP of $1.61 during the period.
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