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posted in May 2011
Trip report: The tablet wars (aka Computex 2011)
News & Analysis  
5/31/2011   15 comments
The curtain rose on the 31st edition of Computex, the second largest computer show in the world. Guess what product category is hot?
Intel's Maloney tapped to lead China unit
News & Analysis  
5/24/2011   10 comments
Sean Maloney, executive vice president and general manager of Intel's Architecture group, has been named chairman of Intel China.
Student group blames Foxconn for blast
News & Analysis  
5/23/2011   9 comments
A workers' rights group based in Hong Kong has claimed that it had exposed problems at the Foxconn facility at Chengdu prior to the explosion of Friday March 20, which reportedly left three people dead and 15 injured.
Three dead in Foxconn iPad factory blast
News & Analysis  
5/23/2011   22 comments
Three workers have died and 15 more are injured as a result of an explosion at a factory in Chengdu, China belonging to leading Taiwanese electronics manufacturer Foxconn.
Inside Huawei’s HiSilicon
News & Analysis  
5/18/2011   8 comments
Huawei's secretive chip unit, HiSilicon, is readying a new microprocessor design that aims to be as fast as anything driving the largest Internet routers.
Taiwan ramps capacitive display output
News & Analysis  
5/18/2011   3 comments
Taiwan is doubling its capacity to crank out capacitive touch panels, according to a new report from Displaybank.
Hear the silent members of our ecosystem
Blog  
5/16/2011   12 comments
A documentary and other reports are helping bring to light the unglamorous struggles of workers who make the gadgets we love.
Chip market growth above par, despite revision
News & Analysis  
5/4/2011   7 comments
The first quarter market for global semiconductor sales was $75.77 billion a sequential increase of 0.4 percent and up 11.75 percent compared with 1Q10, according to numbers from World Semiconductor Trade Statistics. But the numbers include a significant downward revision for previously published January and February 'actual' sales figures.


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