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Notebook ODMs see inland plants only able to deliver 60% of orders due to labor shortage Aaron Lee, Taipei; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Monday 28 October 2013] The labor shortage at Taiwan notebook ODMs’ plants in Chongqing, China is reportedly becoming more serious recently and the plants are currently only able to deliver 60% of their … More
I.T just announced their half-yearly results and, as expected, they are horrible. Revenue is down slightly to HK$2,939million from HK$2,965million. Profit before income tax dropped to HK$35.5 million, from HK$135million in 2012. This is actually pretty bad beyond my forecast. I expected them to make around $200million before tax this full year but it seems … More I.T is going down to a dollar
We all knew that Apple had a lot more products to cover during today’s event, it all seemed very exciting at the beginning and during the event. But after looking at the details a bit more, it doesn’t seem so attractive anymore. The major announcement was the iPad Air, which is the full-size iPad with … More Apple lineup, attractive?
Taiwan panel makers still competitive: Q&A with AUO president Paul Peng Rebecca Kuo, Taipei; Adam Hwang, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 22 October 2013] Taiwan-based TFT-LCD panel maker AU Optronics (AUO) saw its business operation swing from total net loss of more than NT$130 billion (US$4.3 billion) during 10 consecutive quarters to net profit of NT$3.924 billion for the … More
There will be consolidation among Taiwan- and China-based LED chip makers by 2015, says Epistar chairman Julian Ho, Taipei; Adam Hwang, DIGITIMES [Monday 21 October 2013] Reshuffling in the LED chip manufacturing industries in Taiwan and China through merger may happen faster than originally expected and larger makers will merge with smaller ones, leaving only two … More
TV vendors look to cooperate with QD Vision to develop Ultra HD TVs Julian Ho, Taipei; Alex Wolfgram, DIGITIMES [Monday 21 October 2013] Korea- and China-based TV vendors are looking to cooperate with QD Vision, a maker of quantum dot technology, to develop Ultra HD TV products in 2014. QD Vision’s quantum dot technology has so … More