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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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  • Intel defines 6 desktop market segments for CPU platforms, say Taiwan makers

    Before Going to Press | 10h 47min ago

  • Chipbond to boost sales generated from non-driver ICs, says report

    Before Going to Press | 10h 49min ago

  • Demand for UV-A LEDs may take off in 2015, say Taiwan makers

    Before Going to Press | 10h 50min ago

  • PTI looks to moderate growth in 3Q15

    Before Going to Press | 10h 51min ago

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

    Before Going to Press | 10h 51min ago

  • Taiwan market: Samsung to launch tablet Galaxy Tab S2

    Before Going to Press | 10h 53min ago

  • Taiwan IoT makers have to develop innovative applications to compete in global IoT market, says Acer founder

    Before Going to Press | 10h 55min ago

  • Epistar may suffer 3Q15 net loss per share of NT$0.18

    Before Going to Press | 10h 56min ago

  • Sony to launch new-generation optical discs in cooperation with Panasonic, says Nikkei

    Before Going to Press | 10h 57min ago

  • Taiwan accepts ITA 2

    Before Going to Press | 10h 59min ago

  • Baidu posts 2Q15 revenues of CNY16.58 billion

    Before Going to Press | 11h ago

  • MediaTek 3Q15 sales to rise 15-20%

    Before Going to Press | 11h ago

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

    Before Going to Press | 11h 1min ago

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

    Before Going to Press | 11h 1min ago

  • Digitimes Research: Taiwan makers to see flat shipment growth for large-size panels in 2H15

    Before Going to Press | 11h 2min ago

  • AUO expects weak panel demand in 2H15

    Before Going to Press | 11h 3min ago

  • Smartphone vendors uninterested in Windows 10, say Taiwan makers

    Before Going to Press | 11h 3min ago

  • E Ink and Netronix jointly invest in new development facilities

    Before Going to Press | 11h 4min ago

  • Inotera raises capex for 2015

    Before Going to Press | 11h 5min ago

  • China market: Meizu to start marketing fast mobile chargers

    Before Going to Press | 11h 5min ago

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