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Acer founder encourages Foxconn chairman to stay committed to Taiwan

Jul 26, 14:14

Commenting on Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai Precision Industry) chairman Terry Guo's thoughts about reconsidering his commitment to Taiwan and that he would consider targeting his...

China-based Founder VP admits working to gain partnership with Apple over iPad, says report

Newswatch - Jul 1, 14:31

Fang Zhonghua, vice president of China-based PC brand Founder has recently confirmed that the company is currently in negotiations with Apple for distributing the iPad in China, according...

Acer-Founder cooperation may benefit Acer notebook partners

May 31, 16:30

Cooperation between Taiwan-based PC vendor Acer and China-based Founder Group may benefit Acer's notebook manufacturing partners such as Quanta, Compal and Wistron, according to sources...

Asustek unlikely to follow Acer to find cooperation in China

May 28, 12:07

Despite Acer's cooperation with the China-Based Founder Group, Asustek Computer is not expected to follow suit due to its conservative attitude toward cooperation and consolidation,...

Cooperation strategy between Acer and Founder remains unanswered

May 28, 11:51

During Acer's recent press conference in Beijing where it announced the forging of a collaboration with the China-based Founder Group, CEO Gianfranco Lanci stated that Acer's PC market...

Acer signing MOU with Founder

Acer founder believes Taiwan will play an important role in cloud computing

Mar 4, 14:15

Acer founder Stan Shih has said that although Google and Microsoft have advantages in leading the cloud computing industry, Taiwan's strong hardware manufacturing experience will...

Acer founder recommends Taiwan government think of proposed tax incentive as investment

Feb 25, 15:00

Acer founder Stan Shih has recommend that the Taiwan government consider proposals to offer tax incentives to companies prepared to relocate their headquarters to Taiwan as an investment...

Stan Shih, Acer founder

Acer founder optimistic about Asustek spin-off

Dec 25, 15:32

Acer founder Stan Shih, who orchestrated the Acer-Wistron spin-off, has said he is optimistic about Asustek Computer's decision to spin off Pegatron Technology.

Stan Shih, Acer founder

Pixart optical touch panel ICs bringing in solid sales contribution

Dec 18, 15:49

CMOS sensor supplier Pixart Imaging has estimated that sales from its optical touch panel solutions for all-in-one PCs and notebooks will account for 5-10% of its total revenues in...

All-in-one product

Bosch-Akustica acquisition a win-win strategy: Q&A with Akustica founder Michael E Elchik

Sep 8, 16:36

MEMS microphone supplier Akustica was officially acquired by automotive MEMS IDM Robert Bosch North America in August 2009. Michael E Elchik, Akustica's founder and VP of sales, recently...

Michael E. Elchik

Demand for ultra-thin notebooks falling short of expectations

Aug 4, 13:55

Notebook players originally expected demand for ultra-thin notebooks to heat up in July and August of 2009, but the Windows 7 upgrade coupon promotion is stimulating limited demand...

EMS providers and notebook ODMs are becoming DMS providers, says Acer founder

Jul 16, 13:52

Electronics manufacturing services (EMS) will disappear and be replaced by design manufacturing services (DMS) as EMS providers such as Flextronics and Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai...

Stan Shih, Acer founder

More China enterprises coming to Taiwan for joint procurement talks

May 19, 10:39

The Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) on May 18 announced that the Association of Economy and Trade across Taiwan Straits belonging to China's Ministry of Commerce...

China makers to vie for ODM netbook orders at Computex

May 13, 16:19

China-based makers, including Haier, Founder, Tsinghua Tongfang, Hasee, Great Wall and Malata, will showcase netbook PCs at Computex Taipei 2009 (scheduled for June 2 through 6) in...

Foxlink forms join venture for notebook and netbook production in China, says paper

Newswatch - Mar 31, 14:20

Taiwan-based connector maker Foxlink (Cheng Uei Precision Industry) has formed a 50-50% joint venture with a China-based company for OEM production of notebooks and netbooks in China,...

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    Before Going to Press | 5h 11min ago

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