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Taiwan lays out NT$16 billion development plan for AI
Taiwan's technology minister on Thursday laid out an ambitious plan to spend NT$16 billion to beef up the domestic artificial intelligence (AI) industry.
 
Toshiba has averted delisting
Reprieve comes as the struggling tech firm's delayed financial results are partially approved by its auditor.
 
Samsung unveils world's largest-capacity V-NAND chip
Samsung Electronics Co. on Wednesday introduced a 1-terabit V-NAND chip, which aims to meet growing market demand and technological developments in the field of data processing and storage systems.
 
McDonald's is going to nearly double its number of restaurants in China by 2022
McDonald's has more than 37,000 locations worldwide, 14,000 of which are in the U.S.
 
'iPhone 8 won't be cheap': Foxconn unit exec makes prediction in Weibo post, then deletes it
Apple's upcoming iPhone 8 is not going to be cheap because of the high cost of its new display, said a senior executive of a subsidiary of Foxconn.
 
Is it safe to invest in initial coin offerings?
Startups are relying on cryptocurrency to raise funds, but what are the risks to investors?
 
Toyota, Mazda unveil capital tie-up plans, US$1.6 billion joint plant eyed in US
Toyota Motor Corp. and Mazda Motor Corp. announced on Friday that they will enter a business and capital alliance to jointly develop electric vehicles.
 
US jobless rate falls to 4.3 per cent, lowest rate in 16 years
The United States unemployment rate fell slightly to 4.3 per cent in July, returning to the lowest level in 16 years, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics reported on Friday.
 
Driven by Galaxy S8, Samsung retakes top spot in US
Samsung, with its latest flagship Galaxy S8, reclaims top spot from its rival Apple in the North American smartphone market.
 
Toshiba needs to do this to rehabilitate itself
Toshiba Corp. must clear three hurdles to keep its shares from being delisted from the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
 
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