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MediaTek Expends Financial Investment in Singapore for IoT

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Innolux Shifts Mainland China Production Lines Back to Taiwan

TAIPEI, Taiwan- Innolux Chairman Duan Xing-jian on Tuesday stated that Innolux is actively promoting the “re-industrialization” of Taiwan’s panel production industry and shifting 25% to 30% of production lines from Mainland China back to Taiwan...

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ASUS Rolls out Transformer TP300 and TP500

TAIPEI, Taiwan — ASUS rolled out its lastest Transformer Book Flip TP300 and TP500 in Taiwan, both function and outlook are similar to Lenovo's YOGA series but cheaper 90 to 50 percent. There's no doubt that Taiwanese firms can provide the same quality products but in a cheaper and reasonable price...

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Flagship Smartphones M8 and S5 are Cheaper in Summer Sales

TAIPEI, Taiwan — As the summer vacation has come, it's time to get these flagship smartphones in cheaper price. Judging from the sales of Samsung GALAXY S5 and HTC M8 in March and April that has shown signs of sluggishness, now that they have reduced the price to boost its sales, S5 has lowered to NT$17 thousand, while M8 marked down to NT$16 thousand...

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CAYIN Bring Close-up Shot of 2014 FIFA World Cup with Digital Signage

TAIPEI, Taiwan-The host country of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, Brazil, is launching large-scale digital technology in the Arena Pantanal Stadium in Cuiabá. As part of the installation, CAYIN, a Taiwanese company, supplied a complete digital signage solution, including 122 digital signage players and 2 content management servers...

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Macronix Files Additional Patent Infringement Complaints Against Spansion and its Customers

HSINCHU, Taiwan-Macronix International Co., Ltd. and Macronix America, Inc., announced that they have filed a new patent infringement complaint against Spansion, Inc., Spansion LLC, Spansion (Thailand) Ltd. and certain of their customers with the U...

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DIGIEVER Announces New Partnership with Canon

TAIPEI, Taiwan- DIGIEVER, a world leading company of Linux-embedded standalone Network Video Recorder, today announces a new partnership with Canon, a provider of IP cameras with superior lens technology. The new partnership agreement expands both DIGIEVER and Canon global market share as combining outstanding and impeccable strong points from both sides...