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TSMC's chairman 'recovered from fall'
In his first press event since his minor accident over the Lunar New Year holiday, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC, 台積電) Chairman Morris Chang (張忠謀) on Wednesday said he was in good health and had already gone back to work.
Asus says PC sales may drop 20% in Q1
Taiwan-based tech giant Asustek Computer Inc. (華碩) said it expected to see PC sales drop between 15 and 20 percent this quarter due to seasonal factors.
Asus has rescheduled the launch of its fourth-generation ZenFone smart phones to mid-2017 because of component shortages, the company's CEO Jerry Shen disclosed Wednesday.
Starbucks to test coffee and ice cream concoction
Starbucks plans to start testing concoctions that mix coffee and ice cream.
EU Parliament approves contested Canada trade deal
The European Parliament backed a contested EU-Canada free trade deal on Wednesday, facing down protests by activists and Donald Trump-inspired calls for protectionism.
European and Asian stock markets rose solidly Wednesday following a rally in Tokyo, as investors reacted to indications that U.S. interest rates could climb as early as March.
Facebook on Tuesday announced it was rolling out apps to allow people to view videos posted on the social network on connected televisions.
Chinese smartphone maker Huawei managed to gain ground on Samsung and Apple in terms of market share last year, following the problems encountered by the two sector giants, the Gartner consultancy group said on Wednesday.
A federal judge in San Francisco granted initial approval Tuesday to a deal worth at least US$1.2 billion that aims to compensate the owners of roughly 78,000 Volkswagens with 3-liter engines that were rigged to cheat on emissions tests.
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A woman uses social networking website Facebook's new in-app camera, which allows users to put filters over their faces. Launched in eight countries including Taiwan on Wednesday, Feb. 15, the new format introduces Snapchat-style features such as sharing photos or personal stories that disappear after 24 hours and won't be posted to a user's regular newsfeed. The in-app camera can be activated by swiping right when using Facebook.
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