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Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger secretly visits Japan, India and Taiwan, new foundry expansions could be on the table - NotebookCheck.net News
The Ohio mega-complex and the new Oregon expansion, along with a German new site are not Intel's only plans for improved production capacity. Apparently, CEO Pat Gelsinger visited Japan and India in order to discuss chip production collaborations, plus it once again met with TSMC representatives to reevaluate the ongoing partnership.
Asus TF300T tablet spotted in Taiwan - NotebookCheck.net News
An unknown 10.1-inch Eee Pad tablet is supposedly already under wireless certification for launch
Samsung Galaxy Tab J debuts in Taiwan - NotebookCheck.net News
This new 7-inch slate has below average specs and will ship with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop for less than $200 USD starting in August.
Asus ZenFone 3 Deluxe now available in Taiwan - NotebookCheck.net News
This 5.7-inch phablet has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor under the hood, next to 6 GB RAM and 256 GB internal storage, carrying a price tag of almost $800 USD in Taiwan.
Lenovo: Moves production reportedly back to Taiwan - NotebookCheck.net News
The chinese PC-OEM Lenovo allegedly is planning to move its production back to Taiwan, according to the Taiwanese industry media-site DigiTimes.
Huawei MediaPad M2 8.0 launches in Taiwan - NotebookCheck.net News
Xunwei VP reveals no current plans for Huawei to launch an iPad Pro competitor.
Acer Iconia Talk S debuts in Taiwan - NotebookCheck.net News
This 7-inch slate is powered by a MediaTek processor, next to 2 GB RAM and 32 GB storage, runs Android Marshmallow, and retails for less than $240 USD.
Asus ZenFone Live hits Taiwan - NotebookCheck.net News
This affordable Android handset that targets mobile photography fans has a 5-inch HD display, packing a 5 MP front camera with f/2.2 and 1.4um pixel size, next to a 13 MP PixelMaster image snapper with f/2.0 on the back.
Asus ZenFone 4 Max being released in Taiwan - NotebookCheck.net News
Only available for purchase in Russia so far, the 5.5-inch ZenFone 4 Max is now official in Taiwan. However, the details regarding its price and launch date are still shady at this time.
The Mi 6X pays TENAA an early visit - NotebookCheck.net News
A device that appears to be the Mi 6X has made a surprise appearance on TENAA. It isn’t a full listing, though, so all this tells us is that the device will sport a design similar to the Mi 5X's but with an 18:9 display and vertically aligned dual rear cameras.
HTC One M9 release date delayed in Taiwan - NotebookCheck.net News
It looks like a software bug has delayed the HTC One M9 release date in Taiwan. It's unknown how this will affect the global release dates.
HTC unveils Desire 650 smartphone in Taiwan - NotebookCheck.net News
This new Android smartphone comes with low-end specs and features mostly, but also includes BoomSound speakers and a 13 MP main camera. Powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor (model not specified yet), it uses a 2,200 mAh battery.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich outlines his broad strategy for the company's future - NotebookCheck.net News
Aside from cutting over 10 percent of the company's workforce, Intel's latest restructuring efforts will refocus on five core concepts for the foreseeable future.
Intel-powered Asus Zenfone 2 hits Taiwan - NotebookCheck.net News
This family of 4G LTE-enabled Android handsets powered by Intel processors starts at $160 USD in Taiwan and will reach the United States market in the coming months.
Slow tablet sales leading to layoffs in Taiwan - NotebookCheck.net News
With the poor and disappointing sales of HP TouchPad and RIM PlayBook a few other companies are laying off their employers because of the cancellation of the orders
HTC unveils four new Desire smartphones in Taiwan - NotebookCheck.net News
HTC reveals new Android handsets on its home market including two dual-sim models, namely the Desire 601 and Desire 700.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 arrives in Taiwan - NotebookCheck.net News
This tablet that was unveiled back at MWC 2017 is now ready to go on sale in Taiwan, where it will hit the market in two days starting around $657 USD for the 32 GB WiFi variant.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich forced to resign over inappropriate relationship - NotebookCheck.net News
Intel CEO Brian Kraznich has been forced to resign over after it was revealed that he had been involved in a relationship with an Intel employee. Although the relationship was consensual, the relationship violated a company non-fraternization policy barring managers from being romantically involved with subordinates.
FIC unveils the Tycoon tablet in Taiwan - NotebookCheck.net News
Tablet features Windows 7 Home Premium
Mini iPad shows up in Taiwan - NotebookCheck.net News
A seemingly self-publicized photo shows famous Taiwanese race driver with a mini iPad 2
Intel CEO Paul Otellini hints at imminent Oak Trail Platform - NotebookCheck.net News
Expresses belief in Intel taking over the tablet arena very soon, Company committed to this cause
Brian Krzanich elected next CEO of Intel - NotebookCheck.net News
Board of directors unanimously approves Brian Krzanich as the successor to Paul Otellini as Intel's CEO, while Renée James is elected president.
Intel CEO Paul Otellini announces May 2013 retirement date - NotebookCheck.net News
Incumbent CEO and President of Intel Paul Otellini announced his plan to retire in May 2013. Will a new CEO steer Intel into uncharted waters?
Samsung launches the Galaxy J smartphone in Taiwan - NotebookCheck.net News
The 5-inch Full HD smartphone features a Snapdragon 800 processor, 3 GB of RAM, 32 GB of storage and runs Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.
Intel must deliver better products than 'lifestyle company' Apple can, claims new CEO Pat Gelsinger - NotebookCheck.net News
With Bob Swan gone, new Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger has set out a bold aim for the chipmaker ahead of the beginning of his reign next month. Apparently, he wants Intel to build better chips than the Apple M1, which has impressed with its custom ARM cores' performance. Naturally, Gelsinger belittled Apple as a 'lifestyle company in Cupertino'.