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Citing “Short-Term Difficulties”, HTC Forecasts Weak Q1, Significant Revenue Drop

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Smartphones and tablets maker HTC this morning said it foresees a huge drop in revenue (PDF) in the first quarter, citing “short-term difficulties” as it gears up to – reportedly – launch four new phone models at the Mobile World Congress later this month. The Taiwanese company sees revenue dropping...
Citing “Short-Term Difficulties”, HTC Forecasts Weak Q1, Significant Revenue Drop

HTC: Ice Cream Sandwich Will Start Hitting Our Handsets In March

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At long last, HTC fans can finally stop holding their collective breath. After months of relative quiet, the Taiwanese company has taken to their Facebook page to spread the word: the Ice Cream Sandwich is coming, and it’s coming soon. For owners of certain HTC devices, the long-awaited Android 4.0...
HTC: Ice Cream Sandwich Will Start Hitting Our Handsets In March
Taiwan minister rebuked for promoting iPhone 5 instead of HTC alternatives

Foxconn admits hiring children as young as 14 at its factory in China

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Taiwanese company broke the law with its student intern programme and says it will no longer use the schools involvedTaiwan's Foxconn, the world's largest contract electronics maker, has acknowledged hiring student interns as young as 14 in a Chinese factory.The case is in breach of national law and raises further...
Foxconn admits hiring children as young as 14 at its factory in China

Report claims 200,000 new iPads have already been smuggled into China-Hong Kong border city

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It’s only been four days since Apple launched the new iPad in 10 markets worldwide, but already Chinese media outlets are reporting that some 200,000 grey market devices have been smuggled into Shenzhen, a city bordering Hong Kong. According to a CUTV report [Chinese] — translated and cited by Tech In...
Report claims 200,000 new iPads have already been smuggled into China-Hong Kong border city

HTC’s monthly revenues top $1.06 billion in April, still down 20% year-over-year

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HTC saw a small increase in revenues between March and April, its second successive increase in as many months, but the company saw sales fall 19.87 percent from the same month in 2011. The Taiwanese company saw April’s consolidated sales reach T$31.03 billion ($1.06 billion), compared with T$38.73 billion ($1.32 billion) in 2011,...
HTC’s monthly revenues top $1.06 billion in April, still down 20% year-over-year

Please Don’t Let This Be What The EVO One Looks Like

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Well, I suppose it was bound to happen. Just one day before HTC and Sprint kick off their so-called collaboration event in New York City, the team at PocketNow has gotten their hands on what they claim is the first press shot of the device to be unveiled: the EVO...
Please Don’t Let This Be What The EVO One Looks Like

AU Optronics found guilty of US price fixing, appeal already in the works

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AU Optronics has had its name bandied about in the courtroom before, most recently in a 2009 group suit where it was targeted for LCD price fixing. 'Course, LCD price fixing has been quite a popular pastime for a smattering of outfits, but it looks like AUO will be seeing...
AU Optronics found guilty of US price fixing, appeal already in the works

If Foxconn Replaced Its Humans With Robots, Would You Feel Better?

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Foxconn, the Taiwanese company that manufactures devices for Apple, Nokia, and Sony, has over 1.2 million employees, mostly in factories on the Chinese mainland. By 2016, it would like to replace as many of those as possible with robots that can do the job 24/7. That would address the human...
If Foxconn Replaced Its Humans With Robots, Would You Feel Better?
HTC rekindles its old Microsoft romance and bets on Windows Phone 8

HTC forecasts gloomy quarter ahead on lower revenue and thinner margins

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HTC has announced its audited earnings for the third quarter of fiscal year 2011, and the results aren't spectacular, as expected from the unaudited numbers previously released. Revenue was NT$101.42 billion, a decline of 2.49 percent year on year, though the overall figure of NT$61.98 billion profit in 2011...
HTC forecasts gloomy quarter ahead on lower revenue and thinner margins
Change Is Good: HTC Axes HTCSense.com Cloud Service, But Its Successor Could Be Huge

Foxconn reportedly set to spend $500m on new industrial park in Brazil

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Foxconn is famed for producing high-tech goods, including the Apple iPhone and iPad, from its factories in China but the Taiwanese company is poised to expand in Brazil, where it is reportedly ready to close a $500 million deal to grow its manufacturing capabilities. Brazilian news site Estadao reports [translation]...
Foxconn reportedly set to spend $500m on new industrial park in Brazil

Apple pips Samsung to smartphone crown in fourth quarter, says IDC

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Sector sees 55% growth as iPhone 4S leads charge - but Nokia, HTC and RIM see falling shares as some think that fastest expansion is overApple took the lead in the smartphone market in the fourth quarter of 2011 as the sector saw explosive growth of 54.7% year-on-year to 157.8m...
Apple pips Samsung to smartphone crown in fourth quarter, says IDC

ARM and TSMC team up on 64-bit chips and FinFET transistors

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ARM and TSMC are renewing their vows and plan to continue collaborating well into the future, as they work to optimize the 64-bit v8 architecture for the Taiwanese company's FinFET transistor tech. The two will push next-gen ARM chips to 20nm and beyond, and hopefully shorten the time to...
ARM and TSMC team up on 64-bit chips and FinFET transistors

HTC Q1 profit plunges 98 per cent, despite HTC One launch

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The HTC One launched too late to save HTC's quarter, with the Taiwanese company making just $2.8 million profit in the last three months. [Read more]...
HTC Q1 profit plunges 98 per cent, despite HTC One launch

Nokia wins court injunction over HTC

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Finnish phone-maker filed claim over parts in Taiwanese company's handset which it says used its HAAC technologyFinnish phone maker Nokia has won a court injunction banning HTC from using microphone parts made by STMicroelectronics in its flagship HTC One phones, in a move that will deepen the problems at the...
Nokia wins court injunction over HTC

It’s official: There is a Steve Jobs Avenue in Brazil

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There is now a ‘Steve Jobs Avenue’ in Brazil, the Brazilian blog MacMagazine reports. First announced one day after Apple’s co-founder passed away last October, the decision has now been officially confirmed by Jundiai’s city council. The avenue’s location itself may not be very glamourous, but it is meaningful. While you may...
It’s official: There is a Steve Jobs Avenue in Brazil

HTC One S hands-on at MWC 2012

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The second of the One. That's another way to describe the HTC One S, the mid-range selection in the Taiwanese company's trio of new devices. Even though it should be considered middle of the road when being compared to a heavy hitter like the One X, it's not hurting...
HTC One S hands-on at MWC 2012
The fight will continue: Samsung has no plans to settle with Apple
It’s Official: HTC’s EVO 4G LTE To Hit Sprint Shelves On May 18

US Judge rejects Hasbro / ASUS sales ban, Transformer Prime prevails

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Coming up with original gadget names is tough work, and, after all, imitation is the most sincere form of flattery -- right? So it was no surprise when ASUS happened upon an alias that more than slightly resembled that of a popular fictional mutant semi -- you know, Transformer...
US Judge rejects Hasbro / ASUS sales ban, Transformer Prime prevails

Apple's Chinese Partners Are Hiring Up, Getting Ready To Build The Next iPhone

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Taiwan technology giant Foxconn has been increasing its assembly-line workforce in central China in preparation for the manufacture of a new iPhone, the company and media said on Tuesday. Foxconn has been hiring workers in its Zhengzhou plant and will continue to do so to "meet operational demands", spokesman Simon...
Apple's Chinese Partners Are Hiring Up, Getting Ready To Build The Next iPhone

Taiwan's Fair Trade Commission Investigating Samsung For Online Attacks Against HTC

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Taiwan’s Fair Trade Commission is investigating charges that Samsung paid students to attack rival HTC’s smartphones online. The South Korean tech giant could potentially face a fine of up to NTD $25 million ($835,000 USD) if the charges of false advertising are upheld. Samsung’s Taiwanese agent allegedly hired students to...
Taiwan's Fair Trade Commission Investigating Samsung For Online Attacks Against HTC

Labor Unrest In iPhone Factories Is A Wake-Up Call For Apple

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On Friday, employees at one of the two Chinese plants that produces iPhones walked off the factory floor. The unrest was the latest in a string of worker protests surrounding Apple's manufacturing operations. Will Apple's potential customers join them? Foxconn, the Taiwanese contract manufacturer that produces iPhones and iPads, has been...
Labor Unrest In iPhone Factories Is A Wake-Up Call For Apple

HTC One smartphone release delayed

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Delay, reportedly due to problems in sourcing components, may put pressure on chief executive Peter Chou to resignThe front of HTC's website has a graphic with the legend "the wait is over", showcasing its metal-cased One smartphone with "Ultrapixel" camera. But for those seeking the phone, and for anxious executives...
HTC One smartphone release delayed

More Bad News For Mobile Maker HTC As Haptics Company Immersion Applies To Restart Patent Litigation & Push For Damages

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As if smartphone maker HTC doesn’t have enough to worry about in an Android space so saturated with Samsung-branded hardware it’s driving HTC’s sales back to 2010 levels. But now the Taiwanese company is facing the prospect of having to fork out for damages if haptics company Immersion gets its way. Immersion, which counts...
More Bad News For Mobile Maker HTC As Haptics Company Immersion Applies To Restart Patent Litigation & Push For Damages
HTC's Q4 profit tanks on dismal device sales

Acer Targets Families, Newbies With Sub-$150 Iconia B1 Tablet

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Just before Christmas, rumors started to swirl that Acer would release an Android tablet priced at around $99. That could still be, but the Taiwanese company didn’t talk exact pricing today when it introduced the new Acer Iconia B1 at International CES. Instead, Acer said the seven-inch Android Jelly Bean...
Acer Targets Families, Newbies With Sub-$150 Iconia B1 Tablet

HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE gets July 5 release date, available on Verizon for $149.99

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Launched at this year’s CTIA Wireless 2012 event, HTC’s Droid Incredible 4G LTE has finally received a release date, coming to Verizon stores and its website on July 5 for a price of $149.99 on a two year contract. The device becomes the 23rd 4G LTE device to be offered...
HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE gets July 5 release date, available on Verizon for $149.99
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