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That vision has been slow to come into focus, but a first wave of 5G-enabled gadgets is emerging.
Intel and Samsung eye fully running Ho Chi Minh plants in weeks as Covid-19 cases are going lower in Vietnam
Units of Intel Corp. and Samsung Electronics Co are targeting to resume full operations of their Ho Chi Minh City plants by the end of November, a move that could provide relief to global supply chains.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) -Nvidia's $54 billion bid for British chip designer ARM is expected to face an extended EU antitrust investigation after concessions offered last week failed to address competition concerns, three people familiar with the matter said.
In Kuala Lumpur, Segaris Art Center holds 10th anniversary show, dreams big for journey ahead
SEOUL (Reuters) -Samsung conglomerate chief Jay Y. Lee admitted in court on Tuesday to unlawful use of a controlled substance, as the executive's legal troubles continued despite his release on parole in August after a bribery conviction.
Concerns abound that it could knock earnings down
Whether yoga pants and Air Jordans appear under Christmas trees in the U.S. and Europe may come down to Vietnamese assembly line workers like Le Thi My.
AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) -Tesla Inc's decision to move its headquarters to Austin, Texas, from Palo Alto, California, accelerates the shift of electric vehicle industry jobs to Southern and Western U.S. states that offer lower taxes, lighter regulation and less unionization than the coastal Blue states where most electric vehicles are sold.
RECENTLY in South Korea, retail investors banded together to lodge their protest against the short sellers of Samsung Electronics Co Ltd stock.
SEOUL (Reuters) -Samsung Electronics Co Ltd on Friday flagged a 28% jump in its third-quarter operating profit to the highest in three years, driven by rising memory chip prices and display sales for new flagship smartphone launches.