India spends $2.1 billion to lure laptop makers
You don't need China
India has put $2.1 billion on the table to attract makers of laptops, tablets and other hardware to the South Asian nation as companies look to diversify supply chains beyond China.
AMD will take a third of the desktop
Intel has blinked.
AMD may regain 30 percent of global desktop CPU market share in the fourth quarter of 2018 as Intel continues to lose ground.
Asustek takes on Nvidia's GeForce Partner Programme
New AMD gaming brand called Ares
Asustek is taking on the card maker named after a Roman vengeance demon, Nvidia with an unpopular Greek God who was hated by his parents.
Asustek slashes BYD and Wistron outsourcing
Things did not go well
The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth rumour that Asustek’s outsourcing deal with BYD and Wistron did not go down well.
Gaming notebooks set to boom
Growing 20 percent
Gaming notebook shipments are expected to see their industry grow over 20 per cent in 2017.
Asustek misses Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835
ZenFone will be delayed
Asustek will be delaying its its fourth-generation ZenFone until June or July after failing to get its paws on Qualcomm's 10nm Snapdragon 835 processor and not wanting to use the older-generation Snapdragon 821.
Asustek VR ready for third quarter
Sorting out suppliers
Asustek is choosing suppliers for its VR head-mounted display (HMD) devices so it can have its production start in the third quarter of 2017.
Nvidia’s founders chip miffs partners
Killing partner’s profits
Nvidia’s Founders Edition graphics cards have angered its own partners who are complaining that the range is gutting their own profits.
Google partners rushing into AI
Because that is not a bubble waiting to burst
Google quickened the pace of its push into virtual and augmented reality this week as its hardware partners announced new devices using its tech.
ASUS and Gigabyte plan restructuring of mobile units
No longer seeing growth in certain units
Since the first half of 2016, Asustek Computer has experienced a rapid decline of sales in its tablet businesses, while Gigabyte has not seen much profitability from its PC accessories unit.