Published: Sep 30,2016
Sharp is going to hold another smartphone product announcement this week in Taiwan, which is its third smartphone product releasing since this Japanese tech giant acquired by Foxconn, and this one will be a brand new product－ Sharp Z2, which rumored MediaTeK processor equipped smartphone...
Many people had asked Morris Chang, the chairman of TSMC, that how does TSMC compete with other world leading semiconductor firms in the ICs foundry business? The wise, humor and all-time leader of TSMC always given they the same answer, “We are foundry”...
(圖一) “Pokemon GO” on August 6 hit the market in Taiwan. TAIPEI, Taiwan - “Pokemon GO” on August 6 hit the market in Taiwan, and just like it heats mobile phones processing temperature up, Pokemon GO became as hot an item as the temperature in Taiwan...
On computex this year, the only motor company Ford exhibited the new released Ford Kuga provided for Ford SYNC, MyFord Touch and other smart car systems. Furthermore, other hi-tech driving assistant systems as Hand-free trunk sensor, Active Park Assist system, Lane Departure Warning system and Active City Stop system...
When Apple incites the explosive trend of mobile devices, it is clear and shows tremendous growth. It seems that Taiwan PC industry had reached peak and now going downhills. Meanwhile, where is the future of electronics Industry in Taiwan? What kind of development does Taiwan’s company search for? All companies seem to be looking for new direction urgently...
- 1Ford: We are more than one motor company
- 2President of JDC Chung-Ho Tai: LCoS suddenly rises
- 3Taiwanese Industrial Tech Has the Characteristics of Being Small and Powerful
- 4Ang Lee's New Movie May Re-ignite the 3D TV Market
- 5Traditional Taiwanese Scooter Industry Facing Transformation Crisis
- 6Sensors for smartphones Are Hot Selling Items
- 7Sharp May Turn Into Something Good and Exciting
- 8Should TSMC Worry About Intel Cooperating with ARM?
- 9Localism, US/China Trade War Impacts Taiwan's Manufacturing Industries
- 10Maybe too Early for Robots to Step into Service Industry