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Global FDSOI ecosystem rising
News & Analysis  
5/24/2013   5 comments
So far, STMicroelectronics has been identified as the only company tilting at the FDSOI windmill. That perception, and a lonely market landscape, are about to change.
Sony’s dilemma: Short-term gain vs. long-term strategy
News & Analysis  
5/22/2013   8 comments
Sony CEO reiterated that restoring its electronics business is the company’s priority. But how exactly is a partial spinoff of its entertainment divisions going to help?
Yoshida in Japan: Kyocera-Omron-Renesas connections
Blog  
5/20/2013   6 comments
Will Omron’s chairman be able to save deeply troubled Renesas? That's the $64 billion question swirling around Tokyo.
Yoshida in Japan: Ailing companies to break away from past
Blog  
5/15/2013   1 comment
After posting an annual net loss of $5.4 billion, Sharp pulled off a major reshuffle of its management team by naming a new president and chairman.
Should smartphones pay in defense of French culture??
Blog  
5/14/2013   10 comments
France plans to impose a tax up to 4 per cent on smartphones, tablets and all other Internet-linked devices to help finance French art, films and music.
Slideshow: How knockoff nation mastered ecosystem
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5/13/2013   58 comments
Da Fen Village, where replicas of Van Gogh, Rembrandt or Monet are mass-produced by Chinese artists and art students, represents everything that gives China a bad name: Knockoff nation.
Comment: re: Japanese fabs, anyone? - 5/10/2013
Yoshida in Japan: Sony no longer an electronics company
Blog  
5/9/2013   29 comments
What appears to be an economic recovery in Japan – reflected in Sony’s first annual net profit in five years announced Thursday – could be little more than a blip.
Japanese fabs, anyone?
News & Analysis  
5/8/2013   11 comments
At least one foreign company is said to be bidding for a fab that a Japanese chip company is trying to dump.
Yoshida in China: MediaTek's top exec in China resigns
Blog  
5/7/2013   4 comments
Q1 results re-affirm lead in China’s smartphone market, but departure of Hisang-cheng Lu under cloud of suspicion raises questions.
Slideshow: Panasonic’s secret tech strengths beyond CE
News & Analysis  
5/6/2013   6 comments
CEO says the dwindling TV business isn’t going to save Panasonic. What does the Japanese company have up its sleeve for its makeover?
Retina Display badly needs video processing
News & Analysis  
5/2/2013   6 comments
Video that looked fine on an old iPad 2 looks noticeably worse on a newer iPad with a Retina Display. What's the solution?


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