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    1. August 28, 2014

      WiFi routers look ahead to a more connected home

      When WiFi routers first arrived in the home they had a simple task. They just dealt with home networks linked to broadbandBy Paul Taylor

    2. November 21, 2013

      Taiwan’s Acer struggles to redefine its niche

      The travails of Taiwanese PC maker Acer are on clear display in the neon-lit alleyways of the Guanghua electronics market inBy Sarah Mishkin in Taipei

    3. November 13, 2013

      PCs still a selling point for Lenovo

      For a company operating mostly in a shrinking market, Lenovo, the world’s largest PC maker, has been growing quickly. ToBy Sarah Mishkin in Taipei

    1. August 21, 2013

      Cheaper rivals eat into Apple’s China tablet share

      Apple’s share of the fiercely competitive Chinese tablet market has almost halved in the past year, as cheaper devices usingBy Kathrin Hille in Beijing and Sarah Mishkin in Hong Kong

    2. beyondbrics

      July 19, 2013

      Foxconn and Pegatron: changing fortunes - but for how long?

      Just a few weeks ago, Foxconn was apologising profusely for poor performance as rival contract manufacturer Pegatron wasSarah Mishkin

    3. FT Tech Hub

      June 21, 2013

      Highland Capital's $25m for Leap Motion apps

      Leap Motion, a radical new device for controlling computers using hand movement, isn’t even on sale to the general publicTim Bradshaw

    4. June 17, 2013

      PC makers turn to low-cost tablets for growth

      At $129, the tablet PC’s price tag is nearly cheap enough to have come from one of China’s many no-name electronics brands.By Sarah Mishkin in Taipei

    5. June 9, 2013

      New generation of PCs adopt key tablet features

      If smartphones and tablets are killing off the personal computer, the companies most affected by that death have acceptedBy Sarah Mishkin in Taipei

    6. May 28, 2013

      Mozilla and Foxconn to launch new device

      ...business with the end customer directly. Other examples include Acer, which spun off its contract business as Wistron, and Asustek, which split into a branded PC company, and the contract maker Pegatron which is now competing with Foxconn for Apple orders...By Kathrin Hille in Beijing

    7. FT Tech Hub

      April 25, 2013

      Leap Motion stumbles on controller release date

      Leap Motion has announced a two-month delay to shipments of its long-anticipated gesture-based controller as it spends moreChris Nuttall

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