VIA Technologies held a launch party today to officially announce its new VIA Nano processor (Isaiah) and a new standard for small form factor motherboards, Mini-ITX 2.
AU Optronics (AUO) has announced what it calls the world's first convex curved display after showcasing its concave curved display at SID 2008 in May.
The low-cost PC market (including notebooks and desktops) is expected to reach annual shipment totals of 10 million units in 2008, according to Jerry Shen, president of Asustek.
Sandisk has introduced a line of flash memory-based solid-state drives (SSDs) that are designed for ultra low-cost PCs.
Mio, a subsidiary of Mitac International, launched two GPS phones and a GPS navigation device at Computex 2008.
Nanya Technology is displaying its Elixir DDR3 memory modules at the ongoing Computex Taipei 2008 IT tradeshow.
Computex 2008 will officially start tomorrow (June 3) and the show will focus on four general topics; WiMAX, ICT Crossover, New Generation notebooks and Green IT.
Biostar Microtech International has announced the launch of a number of Intel 4-series-based motherboards, including its TPower I45.
Having set a goal of a 30% share in the graphics DDR (GDDR) market, Qimonda is gearing up its pace to advance production process, with 58nm production slated to begin by 2009.
Intel is planning to start the mass production of dual-core versions of its Atom processors in the second week of July, according to sources at PC makers.
Intel's upcoming G45 and G43 IGP chipsets are expected to see shortages in the third quarter due to a recent switch in Intel's production allocation, according to sources at motherboards makers.
The stabilizing NAND flash price trend seen recently is clouding with uncertainties, as leading NAND flash players are progressing to next-generation production process.