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2017/12/29 | Timothy Ferry
Internet of Things Infrastructure Advances in Taiwan
Sigfox's rollout of low power wide area network infrastructure heralds a new phase in the development of Taiwan's IOT ecosystem.
2017/12/27 | Timothy Ferry
State-run Chunghwa Struggles With Taiwan's Surging Data Use
Taiwan's internet is fast and cheap — but that's a problem for its telecoms players.
2017/12/26 | Philip Liu
Autonomous Cars Make Headway in Taipei
Late-night buses are already being tested in Taiwan's capital.
2017/12/19 | Zhang Liping
Beijing Allows Autonomous Cars to Hit the Road
In recent years, China has made a clear top-down push to develop the autonomous vehicle industry.
2017/12/16 | Chen Na
Public Outcry over Voyeuristic Livestream Cameras in China
Diners and gym goers notched up thousands of views thanks to secret live streaming of Qihoo 360 cameras.
2017/12/07 | Michael Keane
Does Shenzhen Dream of a Techno-utopia?
The Chinese Communist Party has worked hard to convince a 'born digital generation' that they represent the future rejuvenation of China while hindering the flow of foreign ideas.
2017/12/01 | Damien Spry
Social Media has Become a Powerful Tool to Undermine Democracy
Social media has transformed from a pro-democracy beacon to a powerful tool for meddling in elections.
2017/11/17 | Cat Thomas
Shopping, Sleeping, and Not Driving Drunk: Taipei Startups to Watch Out For
We look at four emerging companies from this year's MeetTaipei startup festival that are on track to profitability.
2017/11/16 | Jane W. Wang
Can We Pull Taiwan Out of Its Identity Crisis?
Taiwan aspires to be the global innovation hub of Asia while driving globally-minded talent away with low salaries and conservative work cultures. How can current globally-minded talent battle disillusionment?
2017/11/14 | Nate Maynard
Taiwan Cannot Develop Renewable Energy While Secretly Subsidizing Fossil Fuels
Taiwan's government claims that they eliminated electricity subsidies, but they really just hid them from public scrutiny.