Taiwan has adopted a "New Southbound Policy" eyeing the markets in ASEAN and South Asia.
Digitimes takes a look at the IT industries in 2018 and their outlook in 2019 and beyond.
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.
Virtual reality has become the latest topic of the PC industry with players such as Samsung, HTC, Google and Sony, all aggressively pushing into.
Low-Power Wide-Area Network boasts high safety, low cost and easy management
Apple came back from the 2019 New Year holidays with bad news about weak iPhone sales, in sharp contrast to the high expectations back in September 2018 when Apple released its new smartphones.
Intel has unveiled its new Xeon scalable processors.
Taiwan is gearing up for artificial intelligence development
Xiamen, a city on the southeastern coast of China, is aspring to become an IT hub of the country.
Taiwan is stepping up efforts to turn itself into Asia's Silicon Valley
CPT has been forced to suspend production at two LCD fabs in Taiwan after announcing a restructuring plan that failed to convince suppliers.
Taiwan's startups offer a variety of innovative applications and services.
HTC is banking on its VR device to revive its business
The escalating US-China trade war is sending many Taiwanese firms moving their production out of China.
The world is eager to find out what products Apple will introduce in 2018.
Armenia may be a small nation, but its tech potential should not be underestimated.
Taiwan makers are ready to launch mini LED backlighting applications targeting the smartphone and TV market.
Apple has released iPhone X and other next-generation smartphone models. The iPhone supply chain has been busy for quite a while.
Semiconductor equipment and material suppliers are showcasing their latest products and technologies at SEMICON Taiwan 2017 in Taipei September 13-15.