Posts Tagged ‘Asus’

Trade Secrets Case Grows As Via Sues Asus For Damages

Via Technologies Inc. has filed a lawsuit in Taiwan to recover the losses incurred as a result of an alleged misappropriation of Via intellectual property related to USB technology. Via has filed a civil suit in the Taipei District Court seeking damages of at least NT$4.137 billion from Asustek Computer Inc. and its subsidiary Asmedia […]


Acer’s Acquisition Of iGware Approved By FTC In Taiwan

Taiwan’s Fair Trade Commission has approved Acer’s acquisition of iGware, a U.S. cloud computing technology company, and said the acquisition only has slight influence on the Taiwanese cloud computing software service market. In July 2011, Acer announced plans to acquire the entire stake in iGware for USD320 million, and the company submitted an application to […]


Asus, IBM Sign Agreement, End Legal Dispute

Chinese PC maker Asus has jointly announced with IBM that the two parties have signed a cross-licensing agreement to enhance their cooperation and to end the protracted patent infringement dispute between the two.
The dispute between Asus and IBM started at the end of 2007 when IBM complained to the United States International Trade Commission and […]


Rumor: Lenovo To Cut 200 Jobs In Beijing Headquarters

Chinese PC maker Lenovo (LNVGY) plans to cut 200 jobs in its Beijing headquarters, of which about 5% are senior managers and directors.


Huawei Launches Mobile Broadband Products For Microsoft Windows 7

Chinese telecommunications manufacturer Huawei said it has launched mobile broadband products that can support Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system, making Huawei the first Chinese manufacturer that supports the Windows 7 mobile broadband.


Asus To Launch Android Handsets In 2009

Asus will formally launch its Android handsets in Taiwan in 2009.


Virus Alert: ASUS Recalls Eee Box PCs In Japan

Taiwan’s ASUSTek Computer has announced a recall of its Eee Box PCs that were sold in Japan because they contain a virus.


ASUS To Offer Free Online Space To Computer Users

Shen Zhenlai, general manager of ASUS, says that the company plans to offer free Internet services, including providing 20 gigabytes of Internet storage space to its Eee PC consumers.


Tencent Will Launch Linux QQ In July

Tencent’s Linux version of its instant messaging software QQ has entered a testing stage and it will be formally launched in July 2008.