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5 reasons why Samsung scares Japan
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5/26/2010   18 comments
Here are the five reasons why the Japanese are losing confidence against Samsung -- and why they’re feeling whipped by their erstwhile whipping boy, Korea.
New Renesas chief vows renaissance
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5/19/2010   Post a comment
Yasushi Akao, president of Renesas Electronics Corporation, who spoke in an exclusive interview with EE Times , said the new company’s priority is to make hard choices, laying out clear timelines and action plans, all before barely three months have passed.
Slideshow: A whirlwind tour of Samsung
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5/17/2010   Post a comment
A three-day tour of Samsung's operations was definitely not enough time to take in the vibrant city of Seoul and its technology. Nevertheless, here are some snap shots.
Ex-Apple ex-pat leads Samsung's OLED TV push
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5/16/2010   Post a comment
When you travel all the way to Giheung, Korea, the last thing you expect is to meet an ex-Apple engineer who has morphed into a hotshot at Samsung Electronics, committed to pushing OLED for large-size TVs.
Samsung to add LCD cell lines in Tangjeong
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5/13/2010   Post a comment
Samsung Electronics, already the world's largest LCD panel producer, has plans to add more LCD cell fab lines in its Tangjeong Crystal Valley. The company is likely to skip generations 9 and 10, going directly to 11 with the new fab.
Your guide to the new EE Times.com
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5/10/2010   Post a comment
On May 15, EE Times will welcome you to our freshly redesigned Web site, www.eetimes.com.


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