Taiwanese DRAM manufacturer will get back about one-sixth of the US$128.8 million that Elpida owes it, but the payments will be spread over seven years.
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Indonesian ministers say Taiwanese manufacturing giant considering setting up factory in country, which could help create 1 million jobs locally, according to reports.
Shipments of media tablets in region to propel ten-fold from 2 million in 2010 to 21 million by 2015, as more consumers hanker for tablets, says new report.
Combine brand and site design to ensure the company's official site stays in touch with changing user needs and expectations in Web 2.0 era, urge industry players who say social elements should only be integrated if relevant.
Both government and businesses in Singapore boost efforts to promote IT and assistive technologies in bid to encourage the elderly to be more independent and IT-savvy.
Country has evolved from mass commodity manufacturing to engineering specialized, highly-advanced technologies for enterprise market, say local industry players, who note Japan hasn't lost place as Asia's IT innovator.
Report claims letting employees work from home won't necessarily lower carbon emissions, but Singapore businesses say they have other initiatives and technologies to manage their carbon footprint.
With lowered full-year earnings forecast, bookseller considering separation of Nook business to capitalize on devices' increased sales and demand for digital content.
Defendants agree to pay combined US$571 million to settle class action lawsuit alleging price-fixing of LCD panels.
Digital music launchpad for cloud vendors looking to gain lead in cloud-based media services, which industry analysts observe will include other rich media such as video in coming years.