Up, up and away
A tranche of hardware makers on the island of Taiwan have released figures that show they were on a roll in June.
Server grade Xeon iMac arriving in Q4
According to sources within the Taiwanese supply chain, Apple is preparing to begin production on the 2017 refresh of its iMac desktop lineup in the second half of the year. The company is also testing a new server-grade iMac for enterprise users to take on Microsoft’s Surface Studio competitor.
Quanta rubs its palms with glee
One of the ironic spin offs of US President-elect Donald “Prince of Orange” Trump’s protectionism plans are they will help the very companies he is trying to shut out of the US.
Has 20 flaws
Quanta appears to be hoping to win the title for creating the world’s least secure routers.
Lowest in nine years
Quanta has reported that its net profits declined 5.6 per cent on year to US$538.91 million for 2015, the lowest level in nine years.
In the shops in first quarter
The Fruity cargo cult Apple so loved the way its Apple TV took off this year without requiring much of the way of new features, that it is planning to do the same thing again early next year.
Asking for quotes
Notebook maker Acer has been asking suppliers in the Far East for quotes for a new range of gaming notebooks which it is planning for 2016.
Succeeding at Dell and HP's expense
Quanta and Wistron say they are landing more cloud server orders from their clients in 2016 as Internet service providers see HP and Dell as too pricy.
Expecting lower sales
Fruity cargo cult Apple does not have any high expectations that iWatch will sell much more.