$32.73 million a year to support local industry
Taiwan is to spend $32.73 million every year over a period of five years to develop artificial intelligence research centres.
Second only to Scotland where chips are very important
Taiwan is no longer the world's top manufacturer of computer chips and has lost its crown to South Korea.
Will be even better when Purley arrives
Revenues from Taiwan-based makers' server motherboards, servers, storage and network equipment are expected to grow to $17.45 billion this year.
Larger display, but no headphone jack
HTC took the wraps off yet another flagship smartphone in its product lineup for 2016, the HTC 10 Evo. The device is headed for the Taiwan market at the moment and will be up for pre-order this week, with availability starting in December.
Lower than expected results
Shipments of smartphones by Taiwan-based brand vendors and handset ODMs showed a surprise fall.
And poaches Intel man
Taiwanese fab company TSMC has approved a capital injection of $4.91 billion at a board meeting.
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.