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posted in June 2014
TRW Launches Its Largest R&D Center -- in China
News & Analysis  
6/24/2014   2 comments
TRW Automotive Holdings has opened an R&D center in China. Placing its largest technology center in the Middle Kingdom provides a clear hint about where the automotive supplier expects further growth.
Is China the World's Leading Cyberspy?
News & Analysis  
6/17/2014   6 comments
This is the first of a three-part series examining the fallout on industry from China's alleged cyberspying. Today we examine the proof of spying and its effects on industry.
Startups Should Think Globally
Blog  
6/17/2014   3 comments
The technology industry is a global village with many moving parts, from engineers abroad to international operation. Startups are often recommended to concentrate on one geographical area, but the secret sauce may be in managing and developing across multiple geographies.
Brazilian Telecoms Go LTE-A, Rural
News & Analysis  
6/17/2014   4 comments
With the World Cup well underway, soccer fans and telecom companies are testing 4G infrastructure mandated by the Brazilian government to handle massive user increases. Officials are optimistic about the strength of wireless networks and, despite delays, are moving forward with LTE rollout.
3D Printer Files Get ITC Protection
Blog  
6/16/2014   1 comment
The US ITC ruled in the so-called Align case that data files for 3D printers have property rights, but enforcing them will mainly fall to the files' owners.
China's IC Industry: Opportunity for All
Blog  
6/13/2014   2 comments
China reportedly will invest $10 billion a year in the chip industry over the next decade. The plan is to set up a fund and let professional investors identify which Chinese entities should be funded.
EU Denies Intel Appeal of $1.4B Fine
News & Analysis  
6/12/2014   6 comments
The General Court of the European Union turned down Intel's appeal of a $1.4 billion fine for anti-competitive practices levied in a 2009 case.
China’s Auto Industry in 2050
Blog  
6/11/2014   7 comments
China has about 170 carmakers today, most of which produce fewer than 10,000 vehicles a year. That is unsustainable. Here’s my prediction of what the Chinese auto industry might look like in 2050.
Analog Chip Markets on the Up, Says WSTS
News & Analysis  
6/10/2014   10 comments
The World Semiconductor Trade Statistics organization raises its forecast of how sub-markets will perform in 2014 – including the Europe, Asia-Pacific regions and the analog, logic and memory product classes.
Computex 2014: Building a Better Mouse
Blog  
6/9/2014   3 comments
Despite being the largest tradeshow in Asia, the 2014 Computex appeared to be more about building better solutions around the existing technology, than new innovations, a trend that has been reflected by many of the other major industry events.
How Best-Kept Tech Secret Got Tank Man Images Out of China
Blog  
6/5/2014   36 comments
During the unrest leading up to Tiananmen Square massacre, Western journalists squashed the story of the new digital camera, so the Chinese government would not know to prevent the escape of images.
Robotics: EU Launches $3.9 Billion Initiative
Blog  
6/5/2014   2 comments
The European Union believes the worldwide market for robotics will grow from US$30 billion (€22 billion) this year to $83 billion (€60 billion) by 2020. The Commission wants Europe to have a leading role developing new robotic products and technologies.
Fujitsu Labs: Is Trend Open-Source or Cloud-Labor?
News & Analysis  
6/5/2014   2 comments
Monozukuri, a Japanese manufacturing term that translates vaguely into craftsmanship and integrated manufacturing processes, gets an open-source update.


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