Foxconn has taken over Sharp, and is keen on rejuvenating the Japanese brand.
China is investing huge sums through the so-called Big Fund in a bid to raise the country's self-sufficiency for ICs to 40% in 2020, and 70% in 2025.
TSMC and Samsung have been competing for clients for the 10nm node.
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.
Xiamen, a city on the southeastern coast of China, is aspring to become an IT hub of the country.
Taiwan has been keen to promote its startups and innovations at CES. At the 2020 edition of the annual event, the Taiwan Tech Arena will showcase its largest-ever delegation.
Asustek's smartphone shipments may have been disappointing in 2016, but the vendor is seeking a rebound in 2017.
Virtual reality has become the latest topic of the PC industry with players such as Samsung, HTC, Google and Sony, all aggressively pushing into.
Intel has unveiled its new Xeon scalable processors.
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The PC, notebook and server supply chains are being disrupted by the outbreak
Ultra HD, or 4K, is becoming mainstream resolution in the TV market.
The semiconductor ecosystem is feeling the heat of the outbreak.
Bio Asia-Taiwan 2020, running from July 22 to 26, features many innovations from local univeristy research teams.
The coronavirus outbreak is hitting the global car industry and other emerging sectors.
Some of the major panel fabs are located in the epicenter of Covid-19
The 5G era has gotten off to a woeful start
The outbreak is sending manufacturers rethinking their global deployments
Taiwan has adopted a "New Southbound Policy" eyeing the markets in ASEAN and South Asia.