Historical shipment data of Taiwan's first-tier IT manufacturers.
HTC has sold part of its smartphone team to Google as it seeks to turn around its business.
Latest developments of Lextar.
CES 2020 showcases latest products, technologies and innovations.
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.
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.
Intel has unveiled its new Xeon scalable processors.
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
Experts and analysts discuss the opportunities and challenges from the arrival of 5G and AI at the "5GxAI Trends" seminar co-organized by Monte Jade Science & Technology Association of Taiwan and Digitimes.
Digitimes has conducted a series of interviews with angel investors and venture capitalists in Silicon Valley and Taiwan. In the series, they analyze the problems and opportuities that Taiwan-based startups face, and offer...
Armenia may be a small nation, but its tech potential should not be underestimated.
The Taipei City Government and Digitimes co-hosted the 5G/Innovation Summit on November 25 to shed light on 5G opportunities for startup businesses.
LCD TV makers are responding to the challenge of OLED, with quantum dot (QD) technology, curved screens and other innovations. In order to boost consumer value in the LCD TV market, 4K enhanced-color LCD TVs using QD technology...
Demand for PERC solar cells is rising.
Taiwan has adopted a "New Southbound Policy" eyeing the markets in ASEAN and South Asia.
For some panel makers, 10.5G lines can offer better production efficiency and enrich product mixes
HTC is banking on its VR device to revive its business
The year 2019 has been a challenging one for many vendors, and Apple is no exception. Can this year's new iPhones, plus other products and services, inject growth momentum into Apple's sales?