Taiwan NSB gets half million cyber attacks a month
Taiwan's top security unit said Monday it received nearly half a million cyber attacks a month, only a minority from China and around 60 percent from the island itself.
Dell loses another Taiwan consumer lawsuit
A Taiwanese woman has won a lawsuit forcing US computer giant Dell to honour bargains the firm said it mistakenly offered on the Internet, a court said Tuesday, the latest in a series of defeats for Dell.
Taiwan Cement plans large solar power plant
Taiwan largest cement maker plans to build a large solar power plant, the company and local media said Monday, confirming a trend for the island's companies to focus increasingly on green technologies.
Taiwan's Inventec to invest $95 million in solar cell
Inventec Corp., a leading Taiwanese contract notebook computer maker, said on Wednesday it will invest at least 3 billion Taiwan dollars (95 million US) to set up a solar cell unit.
Taiwan turns plastic junk to 'green' gold
The mountains of used plastic bottles at a recycling station in Taipei emit a faint smell of garbage dump, but soon they will be turned into wigs and clothes that people will wear.
US chipset giant Qualcomm mulls Taiwan R&D unit: report
Qualcomm, the world's leading 3G mobile phone chipset supplier, plans to set up a research and development centre in Taiwan to help it tap China's growing market, a report said Sunday.
Recession hits smart-phone makers in the chips
(AP) -- The seemingly recession-proof smart phone is suffering from a side effect of the rough economy: Manufacturers simply can't build enough of the gadgets because chip-makers that rolled back production ...
Taiwan executive pleads guilty in LCD price-fixing case
A former executive with Taiwan's Chi Mei Optoelectronics Corp. has agreed to plead guilty and serve time in a US jail for his role in a price-fixing case, the Justice Department said Wednesday.
Taiwan's TSMC to invest over $9 billion in plant
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., the world's largest contract microchip maker, said Friday it would invest more than nine billion US dollars building a new plant on the island.
Dell loses Taiwan consumer lawsuit: report
A group of Taiwanese consumers have won a lawsuit forcing US computer giant Dell to honour bargains the firm says it offered in error on the Internet, it was reported Sunday.
China's TV makers plan Taiwan shopping spree: report
A delegation of Chinese television makers is heading to Taiwan to buy five billion US dollars' worth of components, part of Beijing's efforts to boost the island's economy, a report said Sunday.
Taiwan Semiconductor's monthly revenues hit all-time high
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co said Monday its sales in April hit a record high of 32.7 billion Taiwan dollars (one billion US dollars).
Taiwan's AU seeks injunction on LG exports to US
Taiwan's AU Optronics Corp said Sunday it would seek an injunction barring South Korean rival LG Display from exporting some products to the United States after winning a patent row.
Taiwan unveils plan for cutting-edge Internet technology
Taiwan unveiled a plan Thursday to invest 24 billion Taiwan dollars (750 million US) in the development of cutting-edge Internet computing technology, saying it would create 50,000 new jobs.