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Monday 25 April 2022
Vietnam's VinFast unveils battery subscription scheme for US market
Hanoi-based carmaker VinFast has revealed a battery subscription policy for its electric SUV series VF 8 and VF 9 to be sold in the US, saying it aims to help customers "transition...
Friday 11 March 2022
Network device vendor Browave to regain growth in 2022
Taiwan-based optical communication device maker Browave expects its shipments to pick up significantly starting the second quarter of 2022, and is confident its annual revenues and...
Friday 17 December 2021
Epistar succeeds in claiming royalty damages from Lowe's Home Centers
Epistar has won the patent infringement lawsuit against Lowe's Home Centers, a US-based distributor of lighting products, with the US Court for the Central District of California...
Monday 26 July 2021
PCB shipments for high-end car applications to rise notably in 2H21
Taiwan's automotive PCB makers are expected to significantly ramp up their shipments in the second half of the year as car chip shortages are improving along with a notable surge...
Monday 8 March 2021
5G service penetration rates expanding in China, Korea, and US
The number of 5G service subscribers in China, Korea and the US has reached 315 million recently, Digitimes Research has found.
Monday 7 September 2020
MediaTek-powered 5G smartphone available in the US
MediaTek has announced its new Dimensity 1000C 5G SoC, which will be powering the LG Velvet smartphone in the US on T-Mobile's nationwide 5G network.
Thursday 4 June 2020
Epistar charges Lowe's for infringement of LED filament lighting technology
Epistar has filed a charge with a US District Court against US-based Lowe's Home Center and Lowe's Companies (collectively as Lowe's) for infringing on its five US patents concerning...
Monday 18 May 2020
Samsung, Globalfoundries to see growing threat from TSMC
TSMC has an over 50% of the global pure-play foundry market, and the establishment of its new US fab could pose a further threat to Samsung's foundry operations and Globalfoundries,...
Thursday 31 October 2019
New iPhone sales may soon hit ceiling, supply chain facing quotes reduction pressure
Sales of the new iPhone 11 series have been stronger-than-expected but may hit the ceiling soon, which may eventually create pressure for supply chain partners to cut quotes, according...
Thursday 19 September 2019
Healthcare startups urged to tap US market for preventive medicine wearables
The US is now the world's largest market for medical supplies and equipment, and Taiwan's healthcare startups and smart medication solutions providers can better tap into the US market...
Monday 9 September 2019
Taiwan startups to showcase innovations at TCD SF 2019
A group of 10 startup teams from Taiwan will be showcasing their innovations at the 2019 TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco (TCD SF) running October 2-4, according to the National Development...
Monday 5 August 2019
US new tariffs on Chinese imports may dim TSMC, Intel prospects
The Trump administration's latest move to slap a 10% tariff on the remaining US$300 billion worth of Chinese imports, including handsets, notebooks and TVs, starting September 1 may...
Wednesday 3 July 2019
Brogent expects 30-40% of 2019 revenues from US
3D dynamic simulation technology and facility developer Brogent Technologies expects revenues from the US market to take up 30-40% of 2019 consolidated revenues, much higher than...
Friday 31 May 2019
MSI shifts production for US-bound shipments back to Taiwan
Micro-Star International (MSI) is moving some of its production back to Taiwan to avoid the impact of the trade war between the world's two biggest economies, with its local facilities...
Tuesday 31 July 2018
Global notebook shipments to inch up 0.9% in 2H18, says Digitimes Research
After registering a flat volume of 38.12 million units in the second quarter of 2018, global notebook shipments are estimated to pick up gradually and resume a single-digit annual...
Tuesday 23 December 2014
JINS Meme smart eyewear
Japan-based eyewear brand, JINS, has announced Meme smart eyewear for the US market in 2015 as part of its expansion plan outside of Asia. The JINS Meme (available with or without prescription lenses) use bio-sensing technology to detect changes in eye and body movements so wearers can monitor their body statuses. The company will demonstrate the JINS Meme in the US at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas from January 6-9, 2015. Developed for nearly five years by academics and doctors in Japan, sensors of the JINS Meme are able to capture information from wearers' bodies via the JINS Meme app for iOS and Android.
Aug 15, 13:40
2022 RISC-V Taipei Day to be held in September to explore RISC-V driven developments in EV, smart vehicles
Wednesday 3 August 2022
ADATA Industrial launches industrial-grade DDR5 ECC U-DIMM and ECC SO-DIMM memory modules
Wednesday 27 July 2022
MEAN WELL develops energy-conserving, green energy products to help move towards ESG
Wednesday 27 July 2022
Next-generation controller + multi-power supply: MEAN WELL provides most "usable" solution
Taiwan semiconductor industry projected to maintain double-digit growth in 2022
No need for TSMC to take side between US and China: Q&A with Richard Thurston
US imposes new export control to push China out of next generation semiconductor competition
India roundup: Vedanta and Foxconn reportedly closer to setting up semiconductor plant in Western India
Chinese IC industry counts on chiplet to mitigate US sanctions
Apple car team reportedly in talks with Korean and Japanese suppliers
AMD, MediaTek reportedly in talks to form JV
TSMC to raise quotes for advanced, mature process technologies by 10-20%
BYD Semiconductor takes major stake in Energen
Is GF a good buy for Intel?
Top-5 brands see notebook shipments dive in July, says DIGITIMES Research
DIGITIMES Research worldwide notebook shipment update – July 2022
Chinese smartphone brands see declines in 2Q22, says DIGITIMES Research
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