Changing business models and emerging technology/market segments that could impact your business
Leonard Tsai (shown), a key executive at Taiwan ODM Compal Electronics, is trying to navigate the unknown waters between today’s Wintel PCs and tomorrow’s ARM/Linux tablets. smartphones and other mobile gadgets.
The direction Taiwan's notebook makers choose over the next 12 months will go a long way toward determining the look and feel of next-generation mobile systems.
A lively roundup of what we've heard on the street and what it means for you
Tracking the hottest industry startups and gauging their chances for success
Until one of the many emerging battery startups makes a process or materials breakthrough that provides a quantum leap in energy density, Leyden Energy is applying patented technology to improve existing Li-ion batteries.
Lime Microsystems is looking to leverage its chip technology to move beyond its femtocell basestation origins into white-space radio and even mobile devices.
Crunching the numbers and discerning trends on varied segments of the global electronics industry
The majority of transmission substations are already fully automated. The automation gap for the coming smart grid exists for distribution substations and distribution circuits. Where's the potential for electronic suppliers?
We identify and dissect the up-and-comers, the established firms hitting their stride, and the companies in crisis
To get back on track for the long term, Cisco needs to define itself as an infrastructure supplier to businesses. Period.
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