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May 15, 2014
06:34 EDTSSNLF, TSMTSMC and Samsung competing to roll out advanced processes, DigiTimes says
TSMC (TSM) and Samsung (SSNLF) are competing to roll out more advanced processes to the market, reports DigiTimes. According to industry sources, TSMC is set to begin volume production for 16nm FinFET process by the end of 2014 and it has already rolled out its upgraded version. Samsung is also planning to push ahead its advanced 14nm LPP process. Reference Link
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July 24, 2015
06:13 EDTSSNLFAnalysts say Intel best suitor for Qualcomm's chip unit, Reuters says
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July 23, 2015
06:42 EDTSSNLFMobile DRAM prices to fall on excess smartphone inventory, DigiTimes reports
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06:25 EDTSSNLFApple Watch, Android Wear Wi-Fi adoption to motivate others, DigiTimes says
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July 22, 2015
05:55 EDTSSNLFDRAMeXchange: DRAM prices to fall further, DigiTimes says
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July 21, 2015
10:24 EDTTSMOptions with decreasing implied volatility
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06:19 EDTSSNLFSilicon Valley giants side with Samsung in battle with Apple, InsideSources says
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July 20, 2015
13:28 EDTSSNLFSamsung most popular smartphone maker in Q2, TrendForce says
Samsung (SSNLF) was the most popular smartphone maker in the second quarter, even though the smartphone market has started to slow down, according to data from research firm TrendForce. Smartphone shipments will grow 8.2% year over year in 2015, though that's down from the previously anticipated growth rate of 11.6%, the report says. Samsung has led in smartphone shipments with a second-quarter growth of 26.8%. However, Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge's annual shipment forecast has been marked down repeatedly. TrendForce has also revised Samsung's annual smartphone shipments downwards to 45M units this year. As Chinese vendors are taking more shares of the low- to mid-range product market, Samsung's ability to reverse its fortune may hinge on the success of its Galaxy Note 5. If this device is able to attract consumers with upgraded specs and new features, then Samsung will avoid the high possibility of negative shipment growth for this year. Apple (AAPL) rode on the popularity of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in this year's first half and achieved a remarkably strong shipment result in the off-peak season. The next-generation iPhone due to be launched this year offers no major changes in appearance, but Apple has given the device a new A9 processor and upgraded its memory to 2GB LPDDR4 for the first time. These improvements along with the Force Touch module and a camera featuring a possible resolution of 12MP will give the next iPhone a huge boost. Thus, TrendForce's iPhone shipment forecast for this year continues to be very positive with a high growth of 15% upwards. Lenovo (LNVGY) has fallen to No. 6 in the global shipment ranking and is expected to see a 20%-30% decline in this year's shipments. Lenovo's market share did not double as anticipated after its takeover of Motorola in 2014. Moreover, Lenovo did not have a well-defined product positioning strategy and the brand faced strong competition from challengers offering lower-priced smartphone models.
July 19, 2015
15:54 EDTTSMTSMC confirms 10nm mass production in 1Q17, DigiTimes says
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14:09 EDTSSNLF, TSMIntel chip delay could spell opportunity or disaster, Barron's says
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July 17, 2015
05:47 EDTSSNLFSamsung C&T shareholders approve merger with Cheil Industries
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July 16, 2015
18:26 EDTSSNLFXiaomi VP says 'absolutely' coming to U.S., Bloomberg TV says
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13:43 EDTTSM, SSNLFSemi equipment stocks overreacting to Intel capex cut, says Summit Research
Summit Research said Intel (INTC) is pushing out its 10nm plans for multiple reasons and that TSMC (TSM) and Samsung (SSNLF) will not let a "once in a lifetime opportunity" pass and will speed up their own spending. The firm believes the pullback in semiconductor equipment stocks, particularly Applied Materials (AMAT), KLA-Tencor (KLAC) and Lam Research (LRCX), on Intel's capex guidance cut is somewhat of an overreaction and recommends buying amid the weakness.
13:39 EDTSSNLFSamsung begins rollout of payment service in Korea, TechCrunch reports
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13:11 EDTTSMSemiconductor equipment stocks fall after Intel cuts CapEx view
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12:48 EDTTSMLam Research sell-off on Intel capex cut an overreaction, says Stifel
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11:53 EDTSSNLFApple and Samsung in talks to launch e-sim card, Financial Times reports
Apple (AAPL) and Samsung (SSNLF) are in advanced talks to launch electronic sim cards, reports the Financial Times. The GSMA is close to announcing an agreement to produce an standardized embedded sim for consumer devices that would include the smartphone makers. Reference Link
11:41 EDTTSMTSMC slips after reporting Q2 results, cautious outlook
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06:32 EDTSSNLFSamsung tries home visits to woo investors to approve Cheil, C&T deal, WSJ says
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06:14 EDTSSNLFMetLife Insurance to vote Samsung C&T shares in favor of Cheil, Reuters says
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05:46 EDTTSM, SSNLFTSMC and Samsung begin A9 chip mass production, DigiTimes reports
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