TSMC to invest $14 billion in R&D at Hsinchu facility

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (2330.TW), the world’s largest contract chipmaker, is planning a T$400 billion ($13.50 billion) investment to expand its research and development capacity for future technologies, a company ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan Caught in the Middle of the U.S.-China Trade Tiff

Taiwanese business executives and government officials are deeply worried as the United States and China, its two largest trading partners, tee off in a tit-for-tat trade tiff. Taiwan finds itself caught in the middle. Taiwan is not unduly troubled by ... ( read original story ...)

Belizean artisans attend Giftionery Taipei 2018

Giftionery Taipei, is an annual 4-day “International Gift & Stationery ... Attendees share their knowledge, products, projections and network, as they seek international business partners, trends, value, promotion, markets and innovation from more ... ( read original story ...)

Computex 2018: what to expect

Computex 2018 is rapidly approaching, with the year’s biggest computing show kicking off in Taipei, Taiwan from June 5 until June 9. The biggest names in computing will be there, including AMD, Intel, Nvidia and Asus, and of course we’ll also be there ... ( read original story ...)

Patents and Patentability in Taiwan

It is important to remember that Taiwan is not a member of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and has not signed on to most WIPO-administered agreements, but Taiwan has bilateral intellectual property related agreements and memorandums of ... ( read original story ...)

University planning to take tumor-detecting technology to market

Taipei, April 26 (CNA) A professor at National Chung Cheng ... just 30 minutes is looking to partner with medical suppliers and producers to introduce the technology to the commercial market. According to a Thursday press release from NCCU, the technology ... ( read original story ...)

China air force circles Taiwan in latest military drill

BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese aircraft flew around self-ruled Taiwan on Thursday, China’s air force said, the latest in a series of recent exercises Taiwan has described as military intimidation. Taiwan, claimed by Beijing as Chinese territory, is one of ... ( read original story ...)

From a pond to a lake: the journey of TPIX

One such organization is the Taipei Internet eXchange (TPIX). Established in 2002 by Chief Telecom, TPIX was the city’s first neutral Internet exchange point (IXP) for ISPs and content providers, and has grown to be the largest IX in Taiwan. William Lu ... ( read original story ...)