Wide-Bandgap Power Semiconductor Devices Market 2020 – 2024: Post-Pandemic Industry Planning Structure

Shape strategic responses through the phases of industry recovery.

STMicroelectronics NV, Texas Instruments Inc., Toshiba Corp., and Transphorm Inc. will emerge as major wide-bandgap power semiconductor devices market participants during 2020-2024.

The wide-bandgap power semiconductor devices market is expected to grow by USD 2.86 billion during 2020-2024, according to Technavio. The report offers a detailed analysis of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the wide-bandgap power semiconductor devices market in optimistic, probable, and pessimistic forecast scenarios.

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Technavio has announced its latest market research report titled Global Wide-Bandgap (WBG) Power Semiconductor Devices Market 2020-2024 (Graphic: Business Wire)

The wide-bandgap power semiconductor devices market will witness Negative and Inferior impact during the forecast period owing to the widespread growth of the COVID-19 pandemic. As per Technavio’s pandemic-focused market research, market growth is likely to Increase as compared to 2019.


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Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders Are the Top 2 Political Donees at All of the 10 Biggest U.S. Tech Companies

by Caitlin Yilek

Presidential nominee Joe Biden and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders are the top two recipients of 2020 campaign contributions among Americans who work at all 10 of the biggest U.S. tech companies, according to a nonpartisan watchdog organization.

Federal Election Commission data compiled by the Center for Responsive Politics show a sea of blue at Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, Alphabet, Facebook, Nvidia, PayPal, Adobe, Intel and, the 10 U.S. tech companies with the highest market caps. President Donald Trump was the only Republican among the top 10 recipients of political donations at seven of the 10 companies. No Republican registered in the

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How Solving Their Own Need For On Demand Printing Led To One Of The Fastest Growing E-Commerce Startups

Davis Siksnans is a believer that most good business ideas come out of solving your own need. His first company Startup Vitamins was exactly that. And a need in that business directly led to Printful, which is now one of the largest print on demand drop ship companies in the world. I sat down to talk with Davis about the journey of stating Printful, why print on demand is empowering a wide range of entrepreneurs, and how COVID has impacted the business.

Dave Knox: I want to start with the story of Printful. What is the business and how did it start?

David Siksnans: Printful is a print- on- demand drop shipping business. In simple terms, we print T- shirts and other print items on demand on the

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COVID-19 widens the digital innovation gap

A new study finds major differences in the digital capabilities of leaders and laggards.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the market shift to a digital-first economy, widening the digital gap between organizations that rely on legacy systems and those that have adopted next-generation technology, a new study finds.

Digital leaders are using cloud-based, API-first solutions to quickly test and deliver digital experiences that meet customers’ changing needs, according to the study by content platform provider Contentful. Meanwhile, companies with less agile processes and systems are struggling to build and scale digital solutions fast enough.

Chief concerns are time to market (89%); the unit cost of development (81%); and the ability to iterate on digital experiences, once delivered (79%), the Contentful study found.

Further, 82% of the 750-plus people surveyed tie digital experiences directly to increased revenue, the report said.

“Our survey also uncovered a gap between

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OnePlus 8T Confirmed, The T Should Stand For Tricky

OnePlus has announced it will be announcing the OnePlus 8T on October 14. The Shenzhen-based manufacturer has had a busy 2020, and the expected winter launch means the pace remains high.

The ’T’ handsets are tricky beasts. Released six months after the vanilla handsets they inherit the number from, they allow OnePlus to stay on top of current smartphone trends and always having the option to offer the latest technology to its customers.

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Peloton Rebounds as Amazon Debunks $499 ‘Prime Bike’ Offering

Peloton Interactive  (PTON) – Get Report shares traded higher on Wednesday after  (AMZN) – Get Report said it has nothing to do with purported new $499 “Prime Bike” being sold by Peloton rival Echelon. 

Peloton stock was up 5.65% at $99.73 on Wednesday after an spokeswoman told Barron’s that it had nothing to do with the new machine, widely touted by Echelon in a news release on Tuesday, and that it was not working with Echelon on any kind of interactive exercise product.

“This bike is not an Amazon product or related to Amazon Prime,” the Amazon spokeswoman said. “Echelon does not have a formal partnership with Amazon. We are working with Echelon to clarify this in its communications, stop the sale of the product, and change the product branding.”

The machine was listed on Amazon’s website for $499, a steep discount to machines

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TikTok and WeChat: What They Tell Us About the Global Internet

On Sunday, millions of phones across the United States buzzed with a peculiar notification: “TikTok is here to stay!”

The alert led to a video post by TikTok’s interim global head, Vanessa Pappas. Without directly mentioning the Trump administration’s proposed ban, which was expected to go into effect that day, she thanked users for their support. Without naming Oracle or Walmart, she said the company was “thrilled to share” that it was working with “a U.S. tech partner” to continue operating with “no change to our users here in the U.S.”

The video’s careful omissions called to mind a hostage film; still, many of the more than 200,000 comments on the post were grateful for any proof of life. “IM NOT JOBLESS,” wrote one user, itsnotjakefuller, who has more than 1 million followers on the platform. “Bruh, I? quit my job two weeks ago. This is good news,” wrote dadlifejason,

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Influencer Marketing Startup Raises INR 5 Cr Led by Venture Catalysts

The seed funding round also saw participation from a cohort of angel investors, including MD of Forest Essentials Samrath Bedi,  Sandeep Aggarwal of, Haptik’s co-founder Aakrit Vaish and Redchillies VFX chief creative officer Haresh Hingorani

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You’re reading Entrepreneur India, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media., an online platform that connects brands to influencers, announced on Wednesday that it has raised INR 5 crore seed capital.

The funding round was led by seed and angel investment firm Venture Catalysts along with a cohort of angel investors that include MD of Forest Essentials Samrath Bedi,  Sandeep Aggarwal of, Haptik’s co-founder Aakrit Vaish and Redchillies VFX chied creative officer Haresh Hingorani.

Founded by Kunal Kishore Sinha, who has co-founded PR and communications firm Value 360, Sagar Pushp, former head of

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‘Rogue’ Shopify employees may have stolen customer data from 200 shops

  • Two Shopify employees may have exposed customers’ names, email and postal addresses, and order details from 200 merchants, the Canadian e-commerce giant said on Tuesday.
  • There is no evidence that any data taken by the “rogue” customer support workers has been used, Shopify said.
  • Shopify is working with the FBI and other international agencies to investigate the theft, it said.
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Two “rogue” Shopify employees tried to steal transaction records from merchants and may have exposed customer data, the online payment platform said on Tuesday.

The employees may have taken customer data including names, email and postal addresses, and order details, the Canadian e-commerce giant said. Sensitive personal and financial information, such as full payment card details, was not accessed, it added.

The incident involved data from less than 200 merchants, who the company has notified. More than 1 million merchants use Shopify to

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Amazon disavows $500 “Prime Bike,” says it has no formal connection to the product

Yesterday, exercise company Echelon Fitness announced the “EX-Prime Smart Connect Bike,” or “Prime Bike” — a $500 exercise bike developed “in collaboration with Amazon.” News of the bike’s launch sent the share price of smart bike maker Peloton tumbling, as traders anticipated Amazon’s entry into the growing home exercise market.

But on Tuesday evening Amazon denied it had any formal connection to the so-called Prime Bike. The bike’s listing on Amazon’s website was removed and a press release for the product from Echelon Fitness touting its work with Amazon was deleted.

“This bike is not an Amazon product or related to Amazon Prime,” an Amazon spokeswoman told Bloomberg. “Echelon does not have a formal partnership with Amazon. We are working with Echelon to clarify this in its communications, stop the sale of the product, and change the

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