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  • Mobile Phone Shipments for April Total 3.11 Mln. Units, Down for 11th Month, JEITA Says

  • June 12, 2002 (TOKYO) — The Japan Electrical Information Technology Association (JEITA) announced on June 11 that the shipments of mobile phones for April 2002 totaled 3,111,000 units in the Japanese market, a sharp 36.2-percent drop from the same month of the previous year. From Japan

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  • Qualcomm Launches BREW2.0

  • June 12, 2002 (SAN DIEGO, Calif.) — Qualcomm Inc. introduced a new version of Binary Runtime Environment for Wireless (BREW), BREW2.0, at the BREW2002 Developers Conference held June 3 through June 5 in San Diego. From Japan

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  • Chinese Software Producers Gain Strength and Credibility

  • June 10, 2002 (TOKYO) — A “China boom” is stirring in Japan’s IT industry right now. From Japan

  • NTT DoCoMo Releases Camera-Equipped PDC to Compete with J-Phone’s ‘Sha-Mail’

  • June 10, 2002 (TOKYO) — NTT DoCoMo Inc. released the “SH251i,” a camera-equipped mobile phone, on June 1. From Japan

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  • [World DRAM Price] Prices of 256Mb DRAMs to Continue at High Levels

  • June 12, 2002 (TOKYO) — The 30-day moving average prices of 128Mb DRAMS for large-volume users ending on May 24 (April 25-May 24) were US$3.84 in North America, US$4.79 in Europe, and US$4.50 in Asia, according to a survey conducted by ICIS-LOR. From Japan

  • Japan Falls to Third Place in Large-Sized TFT Panel Production

  • June 12, 2002 (TOKYO) — The market share of Japan is falling rapidly in the production quantity of large-sized TFT liquid-crystal display (LCD) panels. From Japan

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  • China Develops 1.1mm-Thick, Super-Fine Glass

  • June 12, 2002 (ZHENZHOU, China) — Chinese engineers have developed 1.1mm-thin glass. From China

  • Sony to Launch Small-Sized Memory Stick, Used for DoCoMo’s iShot

  • une 12, 2002 (TOKYO) — Sony Corp. hosted the “Memory Stick Forum” on June 3 for Memory Stick’s partner companies to gather, and Sony announced the sales launch of the small version “Memory Stick Duo” from July From Japan

  • Hynix Eugene Factory Valued at US$566 Mln.

  • June 12, 2002 (SEOUL) — The Eugene, Oregon factory run by Korea’s Hynix Semiconductor Inc. is said to be valued at US$566.7 million. From Korea

  • Legend to Significantly Increase Purchases from Taiwan

  • June 12, 2002 (TAIPEI) — Liu Chun, senior vice president of major Chinese computer company Legend Holdings Ltd., said his company will step up its purchases of notebook products from Taiwan companies, and will spend around 80 percent more than in 2001. From Taiwan

  • Shenyang to Host International Manufacturing Expo

  • June 12, 2002 (SHENYANG, China) — Shenyang, a major Chinese manufacturing center, will host an international expo in September featuring manufacturing firms. From China

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  • Texas Instruments Japan Reveals Strategy for Digital Appliances

  • June 6, 2002 (TOKYO) — Advancing from the mobile phone market to digital consumer appliances, Texas Instruments Japan Ltd. (TI Japan) is deploying its digital signal processors (DSPs) to a wider array of application fields. From Japan

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  • [Cover Story] OFDM Spreads to Broadband Communication

  • National, Vitesse to Develop Gbit Ethernet Solutions

  • Inmarsat Delivers Internet Services to Air Passengers

  • TI, IDT, Hitachi Introduce New QFN Packaging

  • Mobile Pentium 4 Boosts Performance of Laptops

  • Xilinx Unveils Open Protocol Initiative

  • RSA Security Certifies Software for RSA SecurID

  • MoSys Licenses 1T-SRAM Technology to Philips

  • SOMA Networks Partners with France Telecom

  • Motorola, Siemens Join Forces on UMTS Terminals

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  • RSA Security Provides Encryption Software for J-Phone Service
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  • Taiwan’s Opto-Electronics Industry Beats Downturn
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  • China to Continue State-Owned Enterprise Reform, Vice Premier Says
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  • Taiwan’s Lite-On Tech to Buy Back 30 Mln. Shares
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  • Manufacturers Enjoy High Profitability in 1st Quarter
  • Korea Times
  • Digital Equipment Contains Upto 70 Pct. of Foreign Parts
  • Korea Times
  • KTF Frontrunner in 3G Mobile Phone Service
  • Korea Times
  • Dell Awards Nanya with Big Contract
  • Taipei Times
  • Hon Hai Marks Billions for R&D;
  • Taipei Times
  • High-Tech Draws South Koreans Out to Cheer World Cup Team
  • South China Morning Post
  • N.K. Invites Korean-Run IT Firms in U.S.
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