Tuesday, January 27, 2015
The non-profit Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) was presented with the Top 100 Global Innovators Award by Thomson Reuters yesterday.
Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS) yesterday announced the launch of its traditional Chinese-language website to enable more local developers and businesses in Taiwan to easily learn and access the most up-to-date information in their local language, according to an AWS press release.
The construction sector slowed down in December as newly elected local governors renewed investigations into infrastructure projects, said the Taiwan Institute of Economic Research (TIER).
Shares in Taiwan closed slightly higher Monday after hovering within a narrow range during the entire session because of the Greek election as well as a slide on Wall Street, dealers said.
Following the European Central Bank's (ECB) announcement on Jan. 22 of a new quantitative easing (QE) program, Asian stocks have been soaring higher as foreign investment in Taiwan marks a 6-year high with almost NT$2.2 billion worth of investment.
Despite declining smartphone shipments by Samsung Electronics Co, which still accounted for the most smartphones running on the Android operating system last year, those using systems developed by Google Inc. are expected to see their market share grow at a double-digit pace in 2015, thanks to the rise of Chinese device makers.
Indonesian law firms are facing rising competition from global rivals lured by Indonesia's growing economy and the increasing number of corporate clients needing advice on major deals, such as infrastructure projects.
Sales of CCTV cameras have increased sharply after the government unveiled its plan to require all day care centers to install the surveillance devices, officials said Sunday.
With the proliferation of smartphones in China, the competition in mobile phone security applications has become equally fierce, revealing a growing disparity among many rival products.
Aer Lingus announced Monday that British Airways parent IAG has made an improved takeover offer of 2.55 euros (US$2.85) per share, and the board of the Irish airline says it is considering the proposal.