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 ...)