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Friday 26 November 2021
Apple on track to set up first retail stores in India
Apple could soon see its long-awaited plan to launch physical stores in India materialize, as the tech giant is currently hiring talent for its first retail locations in the country, which would no doubt help the company gain further momentum in the local market.
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Friday 26 November 2021
Thailand 5G smartphone shipments hit new high in 3Q21
Thailand's smartphone shipments decreased 14% on-year in the third quarter this year but shipments of 5G models hit a new high, according to Counterpoint Research. COVID infection also peaked in the third quarter in Thailand.
Thursday 25 November 2021
China lithium battery makers to raise contract quotes in 2022
China's first-tier lithium battery makers will raise contract quotes by 20% next year, according to industry sources.
Thursday 25 November 2021
Samsung looks to involve domestic IC designers in 3nm foundry ecosystem
Samsung Electronics has introduced a new strategy to quickly involve South Korean IC designers in the 3nm foundry ecosystem by strengthening its 3nm semiconductor foundry design support infrastructure.
Thursday 25 November 2021
India startup working with eCommerce giants expects drone delivery in two months
India may soon see commercial delivery services using drones, according to Skye Air, a startup company working with some of the largest eCommerce brands. The Indian government had recently revised rules regarding unmanned aerial vehicles, permitting companies to experiment with drones for delivering products like food, medicines, and even courier parcels.
Thursday 25 November 2021
Malaysia aims to create 5,000 startups and 5 unicorns by 2025
Malaysia's Ministry of Science, Technology, and Innovation (MOSTI) aims to build a conducive startup ecosystem by launching Malaysian Startup Ecosystem Roadmap (SUPER) 2021-2023 and the MYStartup Platform.
Thursday 25 November 2021
Samsung to set up advanced wafer fab in Texas
Samsung Electronics has announced plans to invest an estimated US$17 billion in the establishment of a new semiconductor manufacturing facility in Taylor, Texas. The fab will be dedicated to producing advanced logic semiconductor solutions that power next-generation innovations and technologies.
Thursday 25 November 2021
New Samsung fab in Texas to eye orders from major US vendors
Samsung Electronics has disclosed plans to set up an advanced wafer fab in Texas. The new fab that will be equipped with advanced process manufacturing equipment and facilities will be striving to win advanced chip orders from AMD and other US chip vendors, according to industry sources.
Wednesday 24 November 2021
Vietnam IT sector grows 9% in January-October
In the first 10 months of 2021, Vietnam's IT sector generated VDN2,560 trillion (US$112.78 billion), 9% higher than the same period in 2020. Local Vietnamese IT firms accounted for 11% of the revenue, or VDN292 trillion, according to Vietnamnet.
Wednesday 24 November 2021
Samsung Display to expand OLED panel capacity
Samsung Display (SDC) is poised to expand production capacity for TV-use QD-OLED panels or IT-use OLED panels in South Korea, according to local media.
Wednesday 24 November 2021
Gojek and TBS Energi Utama forms a JV for EVs in Indonesia
A new joint venture (JV) Electrum was formed between the partnership of two Indonesia-based companies, decacorn Gojek and energy firm TBS Energi Utama, with an ultimate goal of accelerating the electric vehicles (EVs) adoption across the country.
Wednesday 24 November 2021
India PC shipments hit record high in 3Q
India PC shipments hit record high in the third quarter, increasing by 30% on-year to 4.455 million units, according to an IDC India PC shipment report. IDC analyst said consumer PC shipments might decline post-pandemic but demand for business PCs remains strong.
Wednesday 24 November 2021
Sime Darby Berhad becomes leading EV specialist in Asia through two major investments
Malaysia-based conglomerate Sime Darby Berhad announced future-focused plans for its Motors division, anticipating new trends and opportunities for growth in the automotive sector, particularly in shared mobility and in the electrification of the industry.
Wednesday 24 November 2021
Why countries like India should join ITA-3: Q&A with Stephen Ezell, ITIF VP of Global Innovation Policy
The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF) issued a report in September titled "How an Information Technology Agreement 3.0 would bolster global economic growth and opportunity," which is likely to ignite a new round of policy deliberation and debate among emerging countries that have not participated in the previous round of ITA. DIGITIMES tapped on the insight of Stephen Ezell, VP of Global Innovation Policy at ITIF, to discuss why it is essential now to start related policy considerations, as the demand for semiconductor capacity, the repositioning of global supply chains, and the call to deal with climate change and fulfill the UN Sustainable Development Goals require an ITA-3 in place sooner rather than later.
Wednesday 24 November 2021
EV manufacturing drives demand for machine tools, robots
According to Japan Machine Tool Builders' Association (JMTBA), machine tool orders from China have been increasing for 16 consecutive months and grew 24.5% on-year in October.
Tuesday 23 November 2021
Cloud kitchen popularity growing fast
Cloud kitchens have seen popularity grow fast in the Asia-Pacific amid the pandemic. Since 2020, the Asia Pacific region has gained the highest market share in the cloud kitchen sector, according to Reportlinker. Agri-food tech firms from China, India, and Singapore have accumulated more than US$7 billion in investment in the first half of 2021.