637 news items tagged gaming
Acer, Asustek revenues under pressureThursday 13 February 2020
China's coronavirus outbreak is expected to negatively affect revenues for Acer and Asustek Computer in the first half of 2020 as both firms have major portions of their sales from...
Sensor firm PixArt optimistic about 2020Tuesday 4 February 2020
Image sensor specialist PixArt Imaging is wary of the coronavirus impact on demand in China in the short term, but remains optimistic about the overall demand outlook this year.
Phison remains optimistic about NAND flash demandTuesday 4 February 2020
NAND flash device controller specialist Phison Electronics remains optimistic about its performance this year, despite the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
PC market still full of opportunities: Q&A with Frank Soqui, VP of Client Computing Group and GM of Gaming Division at IntelMonday 20 January 2020
Intel currently still holds an 80% share in the global PC market, but the growth of the CPU giant's PC platform business has weakened, thanks to prolonged shortages of its processors...
Memory module makers replenishing inventoryFriday 17 January 2020
Anticipating that memory chip prices will be rising this year, memory module makers have started replenishing inventory while also making upward adjustments in their DRAM module quotes,...
Cloud gaming streaming to highlight 5G services in 2020, says Digitimes ResearchWednesday 15 January 2020
More mobile operators worldwide are enhancing their deployments in the cloud gaming streaming market to highlight the differentiated value that 5G networks will bring forth.
NAND flash demand for SSD-equipped gaming consoles to grow robustlyTuesday 14 January 2020
NAND flash demand for new-generation gaming consoles featuring 1TB and higher-density SSDs is set to grow robustly in the second half of 2020, according to industry sources.
Power Logic upbeat about demand for graphics cardsFriday 10 January 2020
Cooling fan demand will be rising driven by the availability of new Nvidia and AMD graphics cards, according to Taiwan-based Power Logic, which saw its revenues register a robust...
Memory backend firms positive about demand for flash devicesFriday 10 January 2020
Memory backend specialists have expressed optimism about demand for SSDs and other flash-based devices in 2020, while being upbeat about NAND flash chip prices this year.
Samsung forays into curved gaming monitor marketThursday 9 January 2020
Samsung Electronics has stepped up its efforts to foray into the gaming monitor market by unveiling its Odyssey curved monitor family products at CES 2020, in addition to an array...
Asustek unveils new gaming lineup at CES 2020Wednesday 8 January 2020
Asustek Computer has unveiled an all-new lineup of gaming products at CES 2020, including the ultraslim ROG Zephyrus G14 notebook and the ROG Swift 360Hz monitor.
AMD announces new CPUs and GPUs at CES 2020Wednesday 8 January 2020
AMD at CES 2020 announced an x86 8-core ultrathin notebook processors as part of the AMD Ryzen 4000 series mobile processor family, built on the groundbreaking Zen 2 core architecture...
MSI presents gaming PC lineup at CES 2020Wednesday 8 January 2020
MSI has introduced a lineup of its new gaming PC series as well as Creator PCs at the ongoing CES 2020. The models are powered by the latest Intel processors.
Graphics DRAM prices to rise over 5% in 1Q20, says DRAMeXchangeFriday 27 December 2019
Graphics DRAM contract prices for the first quarter of 2020 are forecast to rise over 5% sequentially, with the price rally outperforming other DRAM products' price increases, according...
Mini LED makers eye notebook business opportunityThursday 26 December 2019
Lextar Electronics has been aggressively promoting its mini LED backlighting modules in many high-performance application industries and has reportedly obtained orders from Micro-Star...
PCIe 4.0 still awaiting Intel supportWednesday 25 December 2019
Despite AMD and SSD players' aggressive promotions of PCIe 4.0, the standard may not become popular until Intel releases CPUs that supports the technology, according to sources from...
Intel to intro innovative thermal design for notebooksWednesday 25 December 2019
At the upcoming CES 2020, Intel is planning to announce a new thermal module design that is able to enhance notebooks' heat dissipation by 25-30% with many brands also set to showcase...
Wahlee to enjoy ramp-up in demand for OLED displays, mini LED-backlit appsTuesday 17 December 2019
Robust demand for OLED displays and mini LED-backlit applications will buoy IC materials distributor Wahlee Industrial's sales performance in 2020, according to market sources.
Gaming monitor panel market likely to see oversupply in 2020Friday 13 December 2019
The supply of gaming monitor panels could exceed market demand in 2020 as a growing number of panel makers are realigning their production lines to focus more on IT panels instead...
HP eyeing bigger share in Taiwan notebook marketThursday 12 December 2019
Hewlett-Packard (HP) is looking to expand its share in Taiwan's notebook market in 2020 to a double-digit percentage, according to Wendy Wang, chairman of HP Taiwan.
Commercial refresh of Windows 7 EOS to Keep EMEA PC market afloat despite CPU shortages, says IDCFriday 29 November 2019
Shipments of EMEA traditional PCs (a combination of desktops, notebooks, and workstations) will total 72.1 million in 2019, a 0.6% on-year growth, according to IDC. While weakness...
Shipments of PC and IT devices to see modest growth in 2019, says IDCWednesday 27 November 2019
On the heels of strong growth during the third quarter of 2019 and changing dynamics in the market for personal computing devices (PCDs), IDC has raised its outlook for the remainder...
MediaTek intros new-gen 5G SoCWednesday 27 November 2019
MediaTek held a press conference on November 26 to introduce the new generation of its 5G SoC chips, with guests including TSMC VP Lora Ho, a number of high-ranking executives from...
Digitimes Research worldwide notebook shipment update – October 2019Friday 22 November 2019
The worldwide top-5 notebook brands' combined shipments slipped 13% on month in October 2019, a decline that was less steep than that seen in the same month year ago, thanks to some...
Memory module makers optimistic about 2020Thursday 21 November 2019
Taiwan-based memory module manufacturers have expressed optimism about their performances in 2020, when chip prices and demand are set to recover at a modest pace.