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2018/06/08 | Taiwan Business TOPICS Magazine

Taiwan's Start-up Scene Advancing but Capital, Talent Remain Constraints

Taiwan's start-up scene is primed to move to the next level but further efforts to loosen regulation are required.

2018/06/08 | AsiaGlobal Online

Forget Belt and Road, China's Economic Future Is All About Silicon Valley

China's growth depends on new technologies not redirecting industrial overcapacity to western deserts.

2018/06/22 | Policy Forum

OPINION: Talk of 'Sonic Attacks' at US Embassies Rings Hollow

Talks of some kind of sonic 'attack' at US embassies in China and Cuba is based on questionable testing methodology and opaque data.

2018/07/03 | Global Voices

Vietnam Tracks China with Tough New Cybersecurity Law

Vietnam is tracking China in establishing a draconian cybersecurity law.

2018/07/10 | Global Voices

Is Your Phone Spying on You? Inside Chinese Camera Backdoors

Chinese internet giant Tencent was quick to defend a 'feature' in which a smartphone camera self-activates when messaging apps are opened, leaving the country's mobile users worried.

2018/07/13 | David Green

Taiwan Rocks RISE with Startup Team Demos – Part 1

Taiwan Startup Stadium presented a high quality and diverse line up of startup talent, starting with fintech, AI and loyalty app offerings.

2018/07/13 | David Green

Taiwan Rocks RISE with Startup Team Demos – Part 2

Check out life-changing online education technology, life-saving IOT solutions, and life-altering animation tools. 

2018/07/16 | David Green

Taiwan's STOMAP Wants to Indoor Map You and Your Data

The company's tech allows data partners to track people and their activities in large-scale indoor environments. with a minimum of manpower.

2015/08/18 | TNL 編輯

Typhoon Soudelor Would Have Been Stronger If Not for El Nino

There is a negative feedback mechanism to prevent typhoons from overdevelopment. This happened to typhoon Soudelor, and the forthcoming typhoon Goni also belongs to this kind of weakened typhoon.

2016/02/17 | TNL 編輯

Research Shows 92% College Students Prefer Physical Books Over E-Readers

While the number of people using smartphones and other portable devices users is growing rapidly, recent surveys show that e-reader users have been increasing rather slowly; in some cases, it has even been declining.