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Win8 Surface Pro 3 Tablet Now on Sale in Taiwan

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Worldwide Server Shipments Market Grew 1.3% in the Q2; Revenue Increased 2.8%

In the second quarter of 2014, worldwide server shipments grew 1.3 percent year-over-year, while revenue moved upward 2.8 percent from the second quarter of 2013, according to Gartner. "The second quarter of 2014 produced relatively weak growth on a global level, with mixed results by platform," said Jeffrey Hewitt, research vice president at Gartner...

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Asus Tops Xiaomi in India and Indonesia

TAIPEI, Taiwan-According to Taiwan media reported, Asus CEO Jerry Shen said on Thursday that the sales volume of ASUS’s smartphone is more than Xiaomi in Taiwan, India and Indonesia region, even had been out of stock in India and Indonesia...

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HTC to Unveil 4G Entry-level Phone Desire 510

TAIPEI, Taiwan — In order to get the market share of the 4G entry-level handset, HTC said that it will unveil Desire 510 soon. It will be firstly released in Europe and Asia, Source said that the price of Desire 510 will be around NT$5,000 dollars that is really a sharp weapon for penetrating the 4G market, and Compal Electronics will be its OEM/ODM partner...

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INX: Simplicity is What Users Want on Mobile Display

TAIPEI, Taiwan — Touch Taiwan 2014 has a series of keynote speeches mostly concerning the display technology. Innolux (INX) AVP of Mobile Product Management and Technology Development Center Pang Jia-pang suggests that simplicity is what users really want on mobile display, which means the simple form factor and nature user experience should be take into first priority account...

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TrendForce: Cree Allies with Lextar to Reclaim Market Share

TAIPEI, Taiwan- According to LEDinside, the new agreement between leading U.S. LED manufacturer Cree and Taiwan electronics firm Lextar, which stipulates Cree will invest $US 83 million in the Taiwanese firm, comes as a surprise...

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Cree Proposed US$83M Investment to Lextar to Enhance Lighting Market Strength

Lextar Electronics Corp., a vertically-integrated LED company from Taiwan, and Cree, Inc. announced yesterday that the companies have entered into an agreement whereby Cree will make an investment of US$83 million in Lextar and the companies will enter into a supply agreement for sapphire-based LED chips...

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