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  • Microsoft’s Gates Pushes Xbox Game Machine in Tokyo

  • February 22, 2002 (TOKYO) — Bill Gates, chairman and chief software architect of Microsoft Corp., visited the heart of Tokyo Feb. 22 for the product-release countdown event for the Xbox game machine. From Japan

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  • IDF Preview: USB 2.0, 3GIO to Be Realized; Serial ATA II Spec. Formulation to Start

  • February 22, 2002 (TOKYO) — Intel Corp. of the United States will hold the “Intel Developer Forum (IDF) Spring 2002” from Feb. 25 to 28, 2002. From Japan

  • Britain’s Cable & Wireless Buys Exodus Japan

  • February 22, 2002 (TOKYO) — Cable & Wireless (C&W;), Britain’s telecommunications giant, announced on Feb. 20 that it bought out the Japanese unit of Exodus Communications, the largest data center in the United States. From Japan

  • Brocade Eyes China’s Storage Area Networks Market

  • February 22, 2002 (SHANGHAI, China) — Brocade Communications Systems Inc., a U.S.-based global provider of infrastructure for storage area networks (SAN), recently announced that it will set up a SAN development center with a Shanghai company. From China

  • NTT Communications to Launch Hotspot Service in April

  • February 22, 2002 (TOKYO) — NTT Communications Corp. (NTT Com) revealed its plan to launch a hotspot service using wireless LAN in 23 wards of Tokyo in April, at the earliest. From Japan

  • MOCIE Head Stresses Need for Samsung-Hynix Alliance

  • February 22, 2002 (SEOUL) — Commerce, Industry and Energy Minister Shin Kook-hwan, who has been an advocate of Hynix’s independent survival, continued to stress the need for a strategic alliance between Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. and Hynix Semiconductor Inc., the two top chipmakers in Korea. From Korea

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  • E-Commerce Sites Turn to Browser-Based Audience Behavior Measurement: Red Sheriff CEO

  • February 21, 2002 (TOKYO) — U.S.-based Red Sheriff Ltd. is providing online media, electronic commerce and other Web sites with the browser-based audience behavior measurement service named “Red Sheriff Measurement (RSM).” From Japan

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  • Hollow-Core Fibers to Slash Costs

  • Ericsson, Spirea Mature Bluetooth Solutions

  • Core Logic Designers Turn to IA Market

  • Flat-Panel TVs Threaten CRT Dominance

  • Si Substrate Allows Low-Cost Blue LEDs

  • [MicroTech Watch] Networking Bus Wars

  • Itanium Moves Towards Second Generation

  • [Point-to-Poin] MetaFrame Links Converged Devices

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  • Sony Computer Confident Ahead of Imminent Xbox Launch
  • From Nikkei Net Interactive
  • Haier, Sampo to Team Up to Expand Business
  • From Taiwan
  • Unified Standard Called ‘Blu-ray Disc’ for Next-Generation Optical Disc Unveiled
  • From Japan
  • Nanya Technology to Increase SDRAM Production
  • From Taiwan
  • Hebei Province Attracts Foreign Investment in High-Tech Sector
  • From China
  • Content Distribution Not So Easy: J-Stream President Warns
  • From Japan
  • China Reports Rapid Investment Rise in January 2002
  • From China
  • Microsoft’s Xbox to Try to Dethrone Sony, Nintendo in Japan
  • From SV.com
  • Ailing Japanese Electronics Maker NEC to Cut the Number of Suppliers by a Third
  • From SV.com
  • Chinadotcom Narrows Loss, Expects Improvement
  • From SV.com
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  • Broadband Services to Change Japan’s Entertainment Industry

  • February 18, 2002 (TOKYO) — Broadband services are pushing the competitive Japanese entertainment industry to make a leap forward into the world market. From Japan

  • Softbank: Cleaning Up after the Party

  • February 18, 2002 (TOKYO) — Nikkei Business has acquired an internal document of notable interest: a list of companies in which two venture funds managed by Japan’s Softbank Investment Corp. hold equity stakes. From Japan

  • Cyan Technology of U.K. Attracts Japanese VC Funding for Microchips

  • February 18, 2002 (LONDON) — Cyan Technology Ltd., based in Cambridge, U.K., has attracted venture capital funding from a prominent Japanese VC group, despite the harsh climate in the global semiconductor industry. From Japan

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  • [World DRAM Price] Prices for Large-Volume DRAM Users Recovering to US$3

  • February 20, 2002 (TOKYO) — The prices of 128Mb DRAMs for large-volume users are recovering to the same level as the spot prices. From Japan

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  • LG Sponsors 3 National Soccer Teams
  • Korea Times
  • Benq aims for Top Five in LCD Computer Monitors
  • Taipei Times
  • Haier Alliance Set to Boost Sampo
  • Taipei Times
  • Pioneer Seeks Profits in China Shift, New Products
  • South China Morning Post
  • Alcatel Seeks Handset Merger in Asia
  • South China Morning Post
  • Number of Venture Firms Declines in January
  • Korea Herald
  • Ministry to Adopt Controversial Wireless Portability in Late 2003
  • Korea Herald

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