China getting expensive
Chinese PC maker Lenovo appears to think that its home turf is getting too expensive.
Traffic police in Taiwan have doled out over 1,000 tickets since Pokemon GO was launched in Taiwan last week.
Subsidiaries mostly into IT
A report from Price Waterhouse Coopers Taiwan has warned firms with subsidiaries in Britain could well face being stung for extra tax after the European country completes its divorce from the European Union.
Chang worried about Intellectual Property theft
While Taiwan should welcome Chinese investors into the island's protected chip sector, they should not be allowed to become directors so that prized intellectual property is not nicked, claims TSMC.
Raises a billion in Taiwan
The fruity cargo cult Apple, which is sitting on a cash mountain larger than Mount Everest is flogging off a billion dollars of bonds in Taiwan to raise money.
Tsinghua plans a "huge threat"
Taiwan is investigating Chinese state-backed Tsinghua Unigroup's proposals to buy stakes worth nearly $1 billion in Powertech Technology and ChipMOS two domestic semiconductor companies.
Taiwan government warns employees not to use it
The Taiwan Ministry of Science and Technology is warning government employees to avoid using phones that use China's GPS system Beidou to prevent ‘targeted attacks’
New report good news for Taiwan
Worldwide server shipments are on the rise with a spin off effect on motherboards, servers, storage and related network equipment makers.
$3 billion investment in 12-inch fab
TSMC is building a 12-inch fab Nanjing City Government and will write a cheque for $3 billion as part of the deal.
The little red chequebook opens
The Chinese government appears to be opening its little red chequebook and buying up chipmakers from what it calls its renegade province.