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...
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?
TSMC believes that Moore's Law will remain relevant in decades to come.
SEMICON Taiwan 2019, will take place in Taipei from September 18-20, to feature more than 2,200 booths and 700 exhibitors from around the world and is expected to draw a record number of 50,000 visitors this year.
Asustek's smartphone shipments may have been disappointing in 2016, but the vendor is seeking a rebound in 2017.
Many startups, including dozens from Taiwan, showcased their innovations at CES.
The 2018 edition of the annual display technology tradeshow runs from August 29 to 31.
Japan has tightened control on exports of some semiconductor and display materials to Korea, impacting Samsung and other Korean firms.
Computex 2019 tradeshow to be held from May 28-June 1, gathers together 1,685 exhibitors.
The US export ban on Huawei has seen majot tech firms sever ties with the Chinese telecom equipment and handset vendor.
The cryptocurrency mining fever is benefiting many companies in Taiwan's IT and semiconductor supply chains.
Foxconn has elected a new chairman after Terry Gou stepped down to pursue his interest in politics.
Foxconn founder Terry Gou, SoftBank chairman Masayoshi Son and Katerra CEO Michael E Marks gathered together at a Taipei forum on June 22 to dissect the importance of Taiwan in the global IT supply chain, as a new world...
Mono-Si solar wafer prices have dropped slightly due to increased supply
Tech firms from around the world are showcasing their products and technologies at CES 2019.
Taiwan is gearing up for artificial intelligence development
Taiwan is stepping up efforts to turn itself into Asia's Silicon Valley
Taiwan's Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) has a 4-year NT$4 billion project seeking help from the academic sector to boost the country's leadership in the global semiconductor industry.
Apple's supply chain partners have been hit by weak iPhone sales.