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  • Casio Develops Color PDA to Sell at Less Than US$300 This Fall

  • June 28, 2001 (TOKYO) — Casio Computer Co., Ltd. said it is in the midst of developing a new, low-priced palmtop personal digital assistant (PDA) device called the “CASSIOPEIA BE-300.” From Japan

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  • Mobile Java, BREW Start to Become Popular

  • June 25, 2001 (TOKYO) — Java technology for cellular phones is gaining the spotlight, including Mobile Java and Binary Runtime Environment for Wireless (BREW) that enables development of applications that can run on cellular phones. From Japan

  • Linux in Possible Crisis; IBM, NEC, Two Others to Form Promotion Group

  • June 25, 2001 (TOKYO) — IBM Corp., NEC Corp., Hitachi Ltd. and Fujitsu Ltd. announced in May that they would jointly enhance the Linux OS and promote ways to introduce the results into the Open Source community. From Japan

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  • Internet Spreads to 33.5 Pct. of Workplaces; Over 30 Pct. of Use is Private

  • June 27, 2001 (TOKYO) — The spread rate of the Internet at workplaces is 33.5 percent in Japan, a survey found. From Japan

  • NOR Flash Memory Production Faces Negative Growth in Q2

  • June 27, 2001 (TOKYO) — According to a survey conducted by Nikkei Market Access, world production of NOR-type flash memory, including DINOR-type memory, in the second quarter of 2001 will decline by 2.0 percent to 456 million units compared with the previous quarter. From Japan

  • [World DRAM Price] Rate of Decline Accelerates for Volume Users and Spot Prices

  • June 27, 2001 (TOKYO) — Significant drops were witnessed in the spot prices of 128Mb DRAMs (PC133, 16M x 8 bits) between May 10 and June 8, and the prices for the large-volume users dropped as well. From Japan

  • May E-Commerce Transactions Decline in Volume, Value, Nikkei Market Access Says

  • June 27, 2001 (TOKYO) — The transaction value of use of JCB credit cards at e-commerce Web sites in May declined 7.3 percent from the previous month, according to a survey conducted by Nikkei Market Access in cooperation with JCB Co., Ltd. From Japan

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  • TFT-LCD Sales in Taiwan Remain on an Upward Path

  • June 28, 2001 (TAIPEI) — Sales in May of the two Taiwanese TFT-LCD panel makers, Acer Display Technology Inc. and Unipac Optoelectronics Corp., remained on an upward path, with the rates of increase over the preceding month 8 percent and 26 percent, respectively. From Taiwan

  • Infoseek Japan Begins I-Mode-Compatible Search Service for Temp Jobs

  • June 28, 2001 (TOKYO) — Infoseek Japan KK started a temporary job search service for finding temporary job information by using its i-mode-compatible information search Web site, “i-seek.” From Japan

  • Second Half-Year Profits are Expected to Shrink for Korean Companies

  • June 28, 2001 (SEOUL) — Excluding SK Telecom Co., Ltd., Hyundai Motor Co., Ltd., Kia Motors Corp. and Hyundai Mobis, most listed companies in Korea are expected to post lower profits during the first half of this year, according to a recent survey of major listed companies conducted by Maeil Business Newspaper and the securities firms. From Korea

  • Garnet Connections Abandons xDSL Business; Liquidation Starts

  • June 28, 2001 (TOKYO) — Garnet Connections Planning Inc. decided to cancel its plan of commercial digital subscriber line (xDSL) services, at the general meeting of shareholders held on June 22, and it started a corporate liquidation process. From Japan

  • MarkAny Sets Up Venture in Japan with ITX

  • June 28, 2001 (SEOUL) — MarkAny Corp. said June 26 that it has set up a joint company in Japan, called MarkAny Japan, in a partnership with ITX Corp. From Korea

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  • Internet Advertising Expands: Co-Founder of DoubleClick

  • June 28, 2001 (TOKYO) — Kevin O’Connor, co-founder of DoubleClick Inc., which is the pioneer among Internet advertisement distribution companies, explained that this is a time of “labor pains” for Internet advertising. From Japan

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  • MSA Core Supports DSP, MCU in Unified Platform

  • Resistance-to-Frequency Conversion Architecture Simplifies Design

  • Audio Solution Eliminates Click-and-Pop Noises

  • Getting Started in Electrostatic Discharge

  • EUV Lithography Process Prototyped

  • Sony Pb-Free Soldering in Camcorder Manufacturing

  • Design Service Companies Ease IC Integration

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  • Casio to Launch High-End 4.13 Megapixel Digital Camera
  • From Japan
  • LG Telecom Forges Strategic Alliance with Powercomm
  • From Korea
  • IC Designers Expect Gloomy Q2 Sales
  • From Taiwan
  • Japan’s Internet Penetration Level is 7th in Asia: White Paper
  • From Japan
  • Quanta Computer Aims to Become World’s Top Notebook Maker Over Toshiba, Chairman Says
  • From Taiwan
  • Patent System Crucial to China’s Tech Advancement, Says Commissioner
  • From China
  • Access Co.’s Compact NetFront Browser Tech for L-Mode Generates Big Royalties
  • From Japan
  • Fujian Province to Bolster High-Tech Exchanges
  • From China
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  • Sina Founder Challenges His Sacking
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