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Asia Venturing III: Advice for startups and SMEs on enabling innovations in traditional industries

The ever-changing business environment has urged companies to always stay agile to prepare for the unexpected. Innovation, then, becomes the main factor for companies in different industries to ensure their organic growth. The traditional industries,.....»»

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Shortage of consumer ICs easing

Shortages of multiple ICs for handsets, notebooks and other consumer technology products have started easing, with some chipmakers already engaged in inventory correction, according to industry sources......»»

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TI, Onsemi raise analog chip prices, peers in Taiwan to follow suit

Analog chip vendors Texas Instruments (TI) and Onsemi have both made upward adjustments in their chip prices as delivery lead times have been prolonged to over six months, and their peer makers in Taiwan are expected to follow suit soon, according to.....»»

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OSATs busy with high-end backend services for new iPhones

Taiwan's OSATs including ASE Technology and Powertech Technology (PTI) are gearing up to extend high-end backend services for new iPhones and other Apple devices, and their momentum of shipments for Android handsets are expected weaken in the fourth.....»»

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Xiaomi unveils concept smart glasses

China-based Xiaomi has unveiled a pair of concept smart glasses featuring microLED micro-display matched with optical waveguide technology and weight of only 51g......»»

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IC shortage and rising costs challenging notebook battery module makers

Shortages of upstream chips and components, and rising costs are challenging notebook battery makers, according to industry sources......»»

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Memory module houses gearing up shipments for new DDR5 products

Memory module houses are gearing up for the upcoming rollouts of new-generation PC products supporting DDR5 memory, while slowing down their purchases of DDR4 chips, according to industry sources......»»

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Vanchip tapping Wi-Fi 6 RF FEM market

China-based Vanchip Technologies, a subsidiary of MediaTek, is partnering with IC distributor WPG and GaAs foundry Win Semiconductors to promote its Wi-Fi 6 RF front-end modules (RF FEM) including power amplifier (PA), according to industry sources......»»

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Global fab equipment spending to hit another record high in 2022, says SEMI

Powered by digital transformation and other secular technology trends, global semiconductor equipment investments for front end fabs in 2022 are expected to reach nearly US$100 billion to meet soaring demand for electronics after topping a projected.....»»

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91.4 million automotive display panels shipped globally in 1H21

Global automotive display panel shipments reached 91.4 million units in first-half 2021, increasing 39.1% on year, according to Omdia......»»

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Indian IT suppliers hope for more Chinese investment and workers

India's IT hardware suppliers are hoping that India let in more Chinese investment and workers to aid the local supply chain of IT hardware......»»

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Highlights of the day: iPhone 13 expected to be most popular among new Apple smartphones

Apple has just unveiled its iPhone 13 series. Digitimes Research estimates that the vendor will place orders for about 90 million units of the new smartphones with its manufacturing partners for 2021, with the iPhone 13 model expected to account for.....»»

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Apple touts camera advancements in iPhone 13 series

Apple has introduced its iPhone 13 series powered by A15 Bionic process, with a strong focus on camera advancements......»»

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Kioxia debuts PCIe 4.0 storage class memory SSDs

Kioxia has announced it is sampling its FL6 Series enterprise NVMe SCM SSDs. Featuring Kioxia's SCM solution, XL-FLASH, the dual-port and PCIe 4.0-compliant FL6 Series SSDs bridge the gap between DRAM and TLC-based drives. This makes them well-suited.....»»

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TSMC forecast to post 24% revenue growth in 2021, says IC Insights

TSMC is forecast to see its revenue in the second half of this year grow 14% from the level in the first half, with revenue for all of 2021 set to represent a 24% on-year surge, according to IC Insights......»»

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Cobot market outlook promising

The long-term outlook for collaborative robot (cobot) demand is promising, as the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic spurs automation, according to Ho Shi-chi, chairman of Taiwan-based cobot maker Techman Robot......»»

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Apple Watch Series 7 features larger displays

Apple has announced Apple Watch Series 7, featuring a re-engineered always-on Retina display with significantly more screen area and thinner borders, making it the largest display ever......»»

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Apple unveils new iPad with A13, iPad mini with A15

Apple has introduced its new iPad mini and new iPad (9th generation). The new iPad mini has a larger 8.3-inch Liquid Retina display in a new array of finishes, such as pink, starlight, purple, and space gray. The new iPad (9th generation) features th.....»»

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Apple to place orders for around 90 million units of iPhone 13 series for 2021

Apple will place orders for around 90 million units of the freshly launched iPhone 13 series with its upstream assemblers for 2021, Digitimes Research estimates......»»

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Evernote cofounder and mmhmm CEO Phil Libin makes remote working less boring

Remote work becomes the norm and will continue to change very single aspect of our life even in post-pandemic. Phil Libin, cofounder of Evernote and currently CEO of mmhmm shared his insights on post-pandemic trends and advised startups on how to fin.....»»

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