Toshiba’s NAND flash memory plant to resume production in mid-July

Toshiba’s NAND flash memory plant will resume full production from mid-July. On Friday, Toshiba Memory Corp, the world’s second-biggest NAND flash memory producer stated its plant in central Japan will resume full production by mid-July. Toshiba had partially suspended the plant on June 15, following a brief power outage in the region. The suspension also…

Samsung Electronics prunes production midst falling market share in China

Samsung’s Chinese rivals have increased their respective market share at Samsung’s expense. South Korea’s Samsung Electronics Co Ltd stated it plans on pruning the production of its smartphones in China following a fall in market share. Domestic Chinese rivals have squeezed its share in China to less than 1%. The plan to reduce the output…

Taiwan’s Pegatron to sink upto $1 billion in Indonesian chip making factory for Apple

Pegatron is partnering with Indonesia’s PT Sat Nusapersada to produce chips for Apple smartphones. According to a statement by Indonesia’s deputy industry minister, Warsito Ignatius, Pegatron, a Taiwanese electronics company has signed a letter of intent stating it aims to invest $695 million to $1 billion (10 trillion to 15 trillion rupiah) in an Indonesian…

Updates to Boeing 787 Dreamliner aligned with U.S. FAA directives

Boeing’s updates to its 787 Dreamliner jet mitigate issues identified by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration that it has identified as “threat zones”. In a significant development, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration stated, it was mandating new flight control software and parts to Boeing Co’s 787 Dreamliner in order to address an unsafe operating condition…