Taiwan’s predicament illustrates its strategic yet vulnerable position at the confluence of U.S.-China tensions.
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Taiwan’s government has pledged to try to keep the world supplied with chips even as COVID-19 cases escalate, while anticipating a limited impact from its worst outbreak so far. If only domestic consumption is hit and the outbreak ends by June 30, gross domestic product ...
Nintendo’s better-than-expected results, released Thursday, suggest the COVID-19-era growth in gaming that turned Animal Crossing into the world’s online town hall has legs.
The China dispute also raises questions about Beijing’s willingness to protect foreign investment in the world’s second-largest economy.
The trouble for the chip industry — and increasingly companies beyond tech, like automakers — is that there aren’t enough display drivers to go around.
The two sides will soon sign a memorandum of understanding and form a 50-50 joint venture for the project, Taiwan media reported.
The moves presage a larger and longer-term migration that may have ramifications for the iPhone maker as well as China’s role as workshop to the world.
Nintendo is expected to raise its fiscal-year sales target from the current 24 million when it next reports quarterly results.
Sony is widely expected to reveal its own launch and pricing plans for the PlayStation 5 during an official video presentation scheduled for Wednesday.
Apple Inc. is not only doubling down on the iPhone X, it's tripling down. The world's most valuable company plans to soon launch three new phones that keep the edge-to-edge screen design of last year's flagship, according to sources. The devices will boast a wider ...