Articles tagged with: Samsung and Toshiba

Samsung and Apple Continue to Lead as Top Global Semiconductor Customers in 2015

Samsung Electronics and Apple together consumed $59 billion of semiconductors in 2015, an increase of $0.8 billion from 2014. more

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Third of Americans to Own a Tablet by 2016 Says Survey

More than 112 million Americans -- one-third of the US adult population -- will own a tablet by 2016 according to a new Forrester Research report released today. more

Related Tags: apple-ipad, android, tablet, lenovo, htc, amazon

Intel Reasserts Semiconductor Market Leadership in 2011

After three years of seeing its dominant position in the global semiconductor market whittled away by aggressive competition from Samsung Electronics, Intel is set to reverse the trend in 2011, with a combination of strong sales and an acquisition allowing the company to rebuild its margin of market leadership. more

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Nokia Retains Top Spot in Greenpeace Ranking of Environmental Issues

The latest report from environmental lobbying charity, Greenpeace says that Samsung, Toshiba and Dell have all dropped in its rankings for electrical manufacturers after they apparently backtracked on their self proposed timelines to eliminate some of the worst toxic substances from their products. more

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Toshiba Gains on Samsung in Booming NAND Flash Market

Amid strong demand and solid pricing for NAND flash memory in the first quarter, No. 2 supplier Toshiba Corp. managed to outperform the market and close the gap with industry leader Samsung Electronics, more

Related Tags: nand, semiconductor, ipad, usb

EU fines 10 memory chip producers $403 million

EU slaps $403 million fine on 10 memory chip makers, including Samsung, in price fixing scheme more

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Worldwide Semiconductor Revenue Declined $29 Billion in 2009

The semiconductor industry will post a revenue decline for just the sixth time in the last 25 years, with worldwide revenue totaling $226 billion in 2009, an 11.4 percent decline from 2008, according to preliminary estimates by Gartner. more

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Nokia Sues Over Allegations of LCD Display Price Fixing

Nokia has filed lawsuits in the UK and USA against a number of companies, alleging that they operated price-fixing cartels for mobile phone display screens.  more

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2009 Will Be Year of the Mini-Notebook in Asia Pacific

Shipments of mini-notebooks in Asia Pacific will reach four million units in 2009, growing by a robust 82 per cent over 2008, according to Gartner. more

Related Tags: gartner, netbooks, lenovo, dell, fujitsu-siemens, mobile-broadband, ovi, tim, ict, social-networking, asus, siemens

Worldwide Semiconductor Revenue Down in 2008 - Qualcomm Bucks the Trend

Worldwide semiconductor revenue totaled $255 billion in 2008, down 5.4 percent, or a decrease of $14.5 billion from 2007 revenue, according to the final market share analysis by Gartner. more

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