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  1. FILE PHOTO: A man is reflected on Panasonic Corp's logo at Panasonic Center in Tokyo

    Panasonic to sell its chip unit to Taiwan's Nuvoton for US$250 million

    Japan's Panasonic Corp will sell its loss-making semiconductor business to Taiwan's Nuvoton Technology, a Nikkei Asian Review reported on Thursday.
  2. FILE PHOTO: Containers are seen at the Yangshan Deep Water Port in Shanghai

    Some US electronics factories start layoffs as trade tariffs hit

    US electronics factories are investing less and slowing hiring or laying off workers in some cases due to the rising costs of trade tariffs, ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: A logo of Sharp Corp is pictured at the CEATEC JAPAN 2017 in Chiba

    Sharp posts lower-than-expected profit as trade gloom hits electronics demand

    Sharp Corp reported a lower-than-expected quarterly operating profit, as an escalating trade war between the United States and China dampened ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: A "Made in USA" label is pictured on the back of a tie Medford

    US firms say China tariffs will raise costs, with few sourcing alternatives

    Hundreds of U.S. businesses from local bridal shops to multi-billion dollar retailers have submitted comments to the U.S. Trade Representative's ...
  5. Photos circulating on social media show damaged Samsung Galaxy Fold phones

    Commentary: Can we bend it? The challenge for Samsung and smartphone makers to make flexible tech

    Doesn't a smartphone that can be rolled or folded up like a piece of paper sound amazing? This will be a reality in our daily lives soon, says ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: Logos of Sharp Corp are pictured at the CEATEC JAPAN 2017 in Chiba

    Japan's Sharp to return to US TV market, regains brand license

    Sharp Corp will re-enter the U.S. TV market later this year, the Japanese electronics company said on Wednesday, adding it had effectively ...