Acer's popular netbook, the <a href="http://www.pcworld.com/reviews/product/31863/review/aspire_one.html">Aspire One</a>, shored up the company's sales in the first quarter as consumers reined in spending amid a global recession.
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Within the next few years, companies from Taiwan may begin selling LCD TVs with 3D (three-dimensional) viewing technology that does not require the special glasses normally used in movie theaters to show 3D films.
The current uptick in electronics production may be a first sign of bottoming, but real end-user demand for electronic devices will not emerge until the final quarter of this year, Gartner said in a report Sunday.
Research In Motion (RIM) stock soared in after-market trading after the company posted solid financial results and said it sold its 50 millionth BlackBerry smartphone.
Global PC vendor Acer made its first move into the smartphone market at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last month and I had a chance to sit down and try out a few of the new devices in Taipei.
Hewlett-Packard became the biggest customer worldwide for microprocessor maker Intel last year, surpassing rival, Dell.
A special electronics show aimed at enticing people in Taiwan into spending special economic stimulus vouchers ended Monday in Taipei with many people picking up new gadgets on the cheap.
Asustek Computer (Asus) plans to offer fewer versions of its <a href="http://eeepc.asus.com/global/index.html">Eee PC</a> netbooks this year to avoid confusion and lower production costs, executives said Thursday.
The Eee Phone, a smartphone that takes its name from popular computer products by Asustek Computer (Asus) including the Eee PC netbook line, will be among the early handsets released by the new Garmin-Asus mobile phone business the two companies announced last week.
Japanese electronics giant Panasonic on Wednesday forecast its first yearly loss in a long time and said it will slash jobs due to the worsening global economy.
Acer, the world's third largest PC vendor, said its revenue will drop in the fourth quarter, after previously forecasting a strong holiday season.
Asustek Computer, the world's largest motherboard maker and developer of the popular Eee PC line of netbooks, slashed its fourth quarter shipment outlook on Thursday, citing slower than expected demand for its products.
In a move to avert a meltdown among one its five major DRAM makers, Taiwan on Tuesday announced plans to help them both technologically and financially.
Kodak axed its financial guidance for the rest of this year due to continued economic weakness and currency changes, becoming the latest company to report deteriorating conditions in the global economy.
Intel on Wednesday said it finished development work on manufacturing technology that will allow it to produce chips with circuitry just 32-nanometers in size, a billionth of a meter, by the fourth quarter of next year.