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DIGITIMES regularly interviews leading industry executives, inviting them to talk frankly about the technology issues and the business challenges that need to be addressed in an industry that is marked by constant change. We always welcome the opportunity to discuss industry trends and issues face-to-face, via email or during a conference call, especially for companies that are targeting the Greater China market.

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    • PC replacement pushed by Windows 10 may come slowly, sat Taiwan makers

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      Before Going to Press | Jul 28, 21:40

    • Taiwan accepts ITA 2

      Before Going to Press | Jul 28, 21:38

    • Baidu posts 2Q15 revenues of CNY16.58 billion

      Before Going to Press | Jul 28, 21:37

    • MediaTek 3Q15 sales to rise 15-20%

      Before Going to Press | Jul 28, 21:37

    • China IC backend firms reportedly obtain orders from Qualcomm, MediaTek

      Before Going to Press | Jul 28, 21:36

    • China-, Taiwan-based makers hike August prices for solar-grade polycrystalline silicon wafers

      Before Going to Press | Jul 28, 21:36

    • Smartphone vendors uninterested in Windows 10, say Taiwan makers

      Before Going to Press | Jul 28, 21:34

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