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Computex 2019 tradeshow to be held from May 28-June 1, gathers together 1,685 exhibitors.
The escalating trade conflicts between the two superpowers are sending shockwaves across the world.
China-based Huawei's worldwide reach
OLED may not be replacing LCD as mainstream, but micro LED stands a chance
Micro LED has emerged as a strong candidate for adoption by mainstream display products.
Tech firms from around the world are showcasing their products and technologies at CES 2019.
Taiwan notebook Original Design Manufacturers (ODMs) account for more than 90% of global notebook production and Digitimes is there to provide daily updates on shipments, supplier contracts and financial data on the more...
Internet of Things (IoT) is promising a market with explosive growths.
Digitimes trackes the latest trends in industrial computing applications, including IoT, Industry 4.0 and automation and robotics.
The imminent arrival of the 5G era promises great business opportunities for various sectors
Taiwan is gearing up for artificial intelligence development
Taiwan has adopted a "New Southbound Policy" eyeing the markets in ASEAN and South Asia.
Take a look at the innovative ideas, products and services that startups offer.
Asustek's smartphone shipments may have been disappointing in 2016, but the vendor is seeking a rebound in 2017.
Foxconn has taken over Sharp, and is keen on rejuvenating the Japanese brand.
Latest developments of Lextar.
Ultra HD, or 4K, is becoming mainstream resolution in the TV market.
TSMC and Samsung have been competing for clients for the 10nm node.
HTC has sold part of its smartphone team to Google as it seeks to turn around its business.
Taiwan is stepping up efforts to turn itself into Asia's Silicon Valley
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