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Thursday, January 29, 2015
Industry News
China scrapped its export quotas for rare earths, minerals 1/6/2015
Under the new guidelines, rare earths will require an export license but the amount that can be sold abroad will no longer be covered by a quota.
Vietnam has a difficult time selling domestic made smartphone 1/6/2015
Hoping to see every Vietnamese own a smartphone by 2020, Viettel intends to produce smartphones that cost less than $47.60 per unit with a data package fee of only $3.30 per month.
Don't we all wish our phone can do that? 1/6/2015
There are plenty of aspects where this device can do more. Here are 5 areas where smartphones must do better this year.
NASA try to repair flash drive on Opportunity rover 1/5/2015
Technicians eventually localized issue to one of the banks of on-board flash memory that provide Opportunity with 2GB of storage. So NASA started to plan for a software patch that would deactivate that bank and allow the rover to function with the remaining six.
Taiwan government okay'd UMC plant in Mainland 1/5/2015
UMC, a leading contract chipmaker, said in October that it would build a foundry in the Chinese city of Xiamen in a three-way joint venture with the local government and Fujian Electronics & Information Group.
Small business to get tax help from Washington in 2015 1/5/2015
Obama and Republicans support a reduction in the corporate tax rate from the current 35 percent.
Bill to get more tax incenitives on EV cars 1/5/2015
"Since EVAP estimates that it would take about ten years to fully develop the local EV industry, it is asking that a nine-year exemption be given for VAT and excise tax,"
LG's 34" monitor goes curved screen 1/2/2015
The new monitor will enable fluid motion during fast gameplay scenes in games. It has an aspect ratio of 21:9, which is wider than the typical 16:9 monitors. It caters to gamers, digital imaging artists, and business professionals.
DRAM forecast elevated for 2015 1/2/2015
Experts cited robust demand for DRAM chips due to an increasing global production of smartphones as one of the main reasons for the brighter outlook
New API improved XBox eSRAM performance 12/31/2014
The new API allows you to do a lot more with the ESRAM, things devs have always wanted to do but were not easily accessible.
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