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HTC to slash 25 percent of workforce

HTC to slash 25 percent of workforce

Battling dwindling sales.
a Staff Writer Jul 3 2018, 7:13AM Hardware
Photos: Synnex opens $45m logistics centre in Sydney

Photos: Synnex opens $45m logistics centre in Sydney

Resellers, vendors and VIPs gathered for the gala opening.
Steven Kiernan Aug 7 2014, 7:21AM Photos
Synnex reveals $45m high-tech Sydney site

Synnex reveals $45m high-tech Sydney site

VIPs fly in to launch distribution centre.
Steven Kiernan Aug 6 2014, 7:06PM Hardware
HTC results underwhelm yet again

HTC results underwhelm yet again

Harsh competition with Apple and Samsung continues to hurt bottom line.
Faith Hung Jan 16 2014, 7:23AM Mobility
Apple accused of fixing iPhone deals

Apple accused of fixing iPhone deals

Taiwan Government imposes a fine.
Kristin Bent Dec 30 2013, 10:42AM Mobility
Google shores up supply chain for Glass push

Google shores up supply chain for Glass push

Invests in Taiwanese chipmaker Himax.
Staff Writers Jul 23 2013, 11:07AM Cloud
PC security nightmare narrowly averted

PC security nightmare narrowly averted

UEFI BIOS source code, signing keys leaked online.
Juha Saarinen Apr 8 2013, 12:12PM Security
Foxconn employees riot, plant shuts down

Foxconn employees riot, plant shuts down

Guard allegedly beats workers.
Kristin Bent Sep 25 2012, 7:27AM Mobility
Ultrabooks and Windows 8 to dominate Computex

Ultrabooks and Windows 8 to dominate Computex

Mobile computing high on agenda.
John Gillooly Mar 26 2012, 1:44PM Mobility
PC makers cold on slow-selling Chromebook

PC makers cold on slow-selling Chromebook

Fast bootup, slow release, sluggish sales.
Liam Tung Nov 14 2011, 7:58AM Hardware
Photos: <i>CRN's</i> top tech picks for resellers

Photos: CRN's top tech picks for resellers

From the latest Computex expo.
Jun 18 2010, 11:22AM Photos
Taiwan merges DRAM suppliers into single company

Taiwan merges DRAM suppliers into single company

Bailout will yield new memory chip manufacturer.
Shaun Nichols Mar 7 2009, 9:09AM Hardware
Taiwan group guilty of 90 percent of Microsoft piracy

Taiwan group guilty of 90 percent of Microsoft piracy

Microsoft claims that a small group led by a recently jailed Taiwanese man was the source of almost all high quality pirated copies of its software up until his arrest in 2004.
Simon Burns Feb 5 2008, 2:24PM Security
France's Thomson, Taiwan's BenQ settle LCD dispute

France's Thomson, Taiwan's BenQ settle LCD dispute

Thomson and Taiwanese technology group BenQ have settled a dispute over patents owned by Thomson and related to LCD colour monitors and analogue LCD colour television receivers.
Staff Writers Dec 8 2005, 12:10PM Hardware
BenQ's Q3 profit plunges, but sees better Q4

BenQ's Q3 profit plunges, but sees better Q4

BenQ, Taiwan's top maker of computer gear and mobile phones, posted a meagre third-quarter profit that fell far short of market forecasts on disappointing mobile phone shipments.
Baker Li Oct 28 2005, 12:00PM Mobility
Taiwan tells Google it is not a China province

Taiwan tells Google it is not a China province

Taiwan's government has asked web search company Google to stop calling the self-ruled island a "province of China" on its Google Maps service.
Staff Writers Oct 5 2005, 10:00AM Collaboration
Taiwan tech firms begin bird flu precautions

Taiwan tech firms begin bird flu precautions

Stung by the SARS outbreak two years ago, some of Taiwan's top technology firms are beginning to take precautions against bird flu in case the virus evolves into an even deadlier form and threatens operations.
Michael Kramer Oct 4 2005, 10:25AM Strategy
Casio to procure LCDs from Taiwan's HannStar

Casio to procure LCDs from Taiwan's HannStar

Casio Computer Co Ltd said on Wednesday it would buy liquid crystal displays from Taiwan's HannStar Display Corp, aiming to boost its presence in the cellphone-use panel market without investing in its own production facilities.
Staff Writers Aug 31 2005, 1:09PM Hardware

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