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  • Fujitsu to Reorganize Global IT Services

    August 22, 2001 (TOKYO) -- Fujitsu Ltd. aims to strengthen its IT services worldwide with "InfraCare" at the core, the company's the global service brand for IT infrastructure, which was launched in April. From Japan

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  • Organic EL Panels Catch Up With Liquid-Crystal Displays

    August 20, 2001 (TOKYO) -- Color organic electroluminescent panels have come to the fore rapidly as rivals to their established counterparts in the market, liquid-crystal displays. From Japan

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  • [World DRAM Price] Prices of 128MB DIMMs Decline to One-Tenth Level in a Year

    August 22, 2001 (TOKYO) -- The 30-day rolling average prices of 128MB DIMMs have dropped to the one-tenth or less of the level of a year ago, in the Asian spot market. From Japan

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  • UMC Registers Operating Loss in Q2, Cuts Operating Capacity to 30 Pct. in Q3

    August 22, 2001 (TAIPEI) -- Taiwan's United Microelectronics Corp. announced its business results for the second quarter of 2001 on July 30, showing a significant drop in sales. From Japan

  • Samsung Electronics Wins Supply Contract with Orange Telecom

    August 22, 2001 (SEOUL) -- Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. said on Aug. 21 that it won rights to supply mobile handsets to the Orange Group, the biggest mobile service provider in Europe. From Korea

  • UMC, Hon Hai to Set Up Joint Handset PCB Plant in Beijing

    August 22, 2001 (TAIPEI) -- United Microelectronics Corp. chairman Robert Tsao said that UMC would set up a plant for printed circuit boards (PCBs) for phone handsets in Beijing via its affiliated World Wiser Electronics as a joint venture with UMC's strategic partner, Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., Ltd. From Taiwan

  • Sony Tackles Development of Fuel Battery Using Fullerene

    August 22, 2001 (TOKYO) -- Sony Corp. told Nikkei Electronics that it is tackling the development of materials for a fuel battery. From Japan

  • Taiwan's ASE Maps Out Investment Strategy After Losses

    August 22, 2001 (TAIPEI) -- Chang Chen-sheng, chairman of Advanced Semiconductor Engineering Inc., told President Chen Shiu-bian, who visited ASE's factory the morning of Aug. 14, that his company will continue to expand its investment in the plant located in Nan Tsu Industrial Park. From Taiwan

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  • PHP Comprises New Option for Developing Web Applications: CEO of Israel's Zend

    August 16, 2001 (TOKYO) -- Hypertext Preprocessor, or PHP, is a server-side scripting language for developing Web applications, and usage of PHP is now taking off around the world. From Japan

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  • Intel Prototypes 0.02micron MOS Transistor

  • Computex Offers Glimpse of Future

  • [MicroTech Watch] Configurable Cores Add Flexibility

  • Imaging Unveils the Unseeable

  • Game Majors Ready for Xmas Showdown

  • iFire Enters Wall-Hang TV Race with Inorganic EL

  • CEMs Targeted at NEPCON Shanghai

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  • KDDI Develops Emotion-Recognition Cell Phone System From Nikkei Net Interactive
  • China Awards 100 High-Tech Industrial Projects in Beijing From China
  • DDI Pocket to Resell PHS Packet Network to Third Parties Offering Own Service From Japan
  • ITU Recognizes CDMA2000 1xEV-DO as IMT-2000 Standard From Japan
  • Hewlett-Packard to Cut Singapore Staff From Mercury Center
  • Creative Sees Higher Margins from New Sound Card From Mercury Center
  • Taiwan Acer, Acer Sertek to Merge From Mercury Center
  • Singapore Web Sites Feel Heat of New Rules From Mercury Center
  • Japanese Government to Back Development of More Powerful Mobile Phone From Mercury Center
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  • Samsung Chair Discussing IT Slump in Japan Digital Chosun
  • Samsung, Orange Sign Mobile Phone Contract Korea Times
  • Acer Planning to Buy Acer Sertek in Consolidation Drive Taipei Times
  • China Mobile Numbers Queried South China Morning Post
  • Questions Hang Over Future of M-Commerce South China Morning Post
  • Prospects Clouded for China Mobiles South China Morning Post
  • Report Predicts Online Game Developers Will Fuel Game Industry Growth in 2nd Half Korea Herald

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