Vol 22 - Issue 41


Intel Result 13/10/2015

by Dhruv Dayal Gupta

Intel Corp. saw its third quarter net profit slip 6.2% YoY to $3.1 billion from $3.3 billion , while turnover remained flat at $14.5 billion from $14.6 billion. The company’s net profit in the …

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Innolux Result 8/10/2015

by Dhruv Dayal Gupta

Innolux Corporation reported that Q3 turnover shrank 21.5% YoY to NT$88.8 billion ($2.73 billion), primarily due to the 2.3% QoQ decline in large-size panel shipments (30.3 million units vs 31 million units). This compares …

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Barco Brings Laser to Korea

by Tom Allen

Barco has installed its first flagship laser projector in South Korea. Lotte Cinema chose the DP4K-60L for its SuperPlex auditorium in Seoul: this is a premium location, with a 22m-wide screen, 3D sound and …

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Nanoco Doubles Annual Balance Sheet

by Tom Allen

During a presentation of its preliminary financial results, for the year endiing July 2015, Nanoco said that its balance sheet had almost doubled from 2014. Cash, cash equivalents and deposits totalled £24.3 million ($37.4 …

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Retina Now on All Large iMacs

by Tom Allen

9to5Mac‘s report on a high-resolution iMac (Rumour: Apple Passes UltraHD With New iMac) has turned out to be true – but it didn’t tell the whole story. Apple has, indeed, released a new 21.5″ …

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Acer’s Curved Monitor Can be Overclocked

by Tom Allen

In June, Nvidia announced new monitors from Acer and Asus that would carry its G-Sync technology (Big Plans for Nvidia’s G-Sync This Year). An Acer model, the X34, confused people because it hadn’t been …

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INCJ Would Invest in Sharp

by Tom Allen

A Japanese government-backed fund is open to discussing an investment in Sharp, if the company asks for it. Mikihide Katsumata, president of the Innovation Network Corp of Japan (INCJ), told Reuters that it would …

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Audi Has 3D OLED Tail Light

by Tom Allen

Audi showed a flexible 3D OLED tail light prototype at the International Symposium on Automotive Lighting in Germany this month. The company did not share any technical details, or provide a name of the …

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Toshiba Challenges With Surface

by Tom Allen

Toshiba is the newest contender to enter the large tablet space, showing off the Dynapad at an event in Japan. It is available to pre-order there now, and is due to be released in …

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Semiconductor Sales See First Fall Since 2012

by Tom Allen

Due to weaknesses in ‘key’ electronics segments – including smartphones and PCs – worldwide semiconductor revenue is expected to shrink 0.8% YoY in 2015. According to Gartner, the fall (to $337.8 billion) will be …

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Chinese OLED Investment to Rise in 2016

by Tom Allen

Korea’s ET News says that Chinese display makers BOE, Hehui Optoelectronic and Truly Optoelectronics will build new flexible OLED fabs in the first half of next year. BOE is expected to begin construction of …

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