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TSMC looks to post 21-23% sequential revenue gains in 2Q14

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) expects its revenues to grow 21-23% sequentially to NT$180-183 billion (US$5.97-6.07 billion) in the second quarter of 2014. Second-quarter gross margin is expected to range from 47.5-49.5% compared to 47.5% a quarter earlier, while operating margin will reach 36.5-38.5%, up from 35.4% in the previous quarter, TSMC said. 8 more words

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Samsung, Globalfoundries team up in challenge to TSMC

“Samsung Electronics Co. and Globalfoundries Inc. are teaming up in the made-to-order chip business, an alliance aimed at stealing orders from Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.,” Ian King reports for Bloomberg. 165 more words

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Taiwan Semiconductor profit up 21% in Q1

TAIPEI: Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co said Thursday its first-quarter net profit rose 21 per cent year-on-year, boosted by stronger than expected demand for chips used in smartphones and tablets. 40 more words

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TSMC targets record revenue as high-end smartphones demand more chips

“Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd. targets record revenue in the second quarter as more of the company’s chips are installed in high-end smartphones to power increasingly complex features,” Christopher Cushing reports for Reuters. 187 more words

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LG will soon try its luck at designing mobile processors in the near future, a company spokesperson recently confirmed. The South Korea-based electronics maker will reportedly contract Taiwan-based TSMC to manufacture its processors. 98 more words

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The strange thing about Apple's recent hires

“According to AppleInsider, over the past three years, Apple has hired at least thirty ‘mid- to senior-level baseband software and hardware engineers from existing players like Broadcom and Qualcomm,’” Chris Reed reports for Wall St. 166 more words

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Analyst: No Apple custom baseband chips before 2015

“Apple’s rumored custom iPhone baseband chip probably won’t be ready until 2015 or later, according to a recent research note from J.P. Morgan analyst Rod Hall,” Nathanael Arnold reports for Wall St. 143 more words

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