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Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Microsoft on Monday sent out invitations to a Sept. 30 event at which it is expected to provide a glimpse at the next version of its Windows operating system.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Nearly one of every two Taiwanese consumers have purchased products via mobile websites or apps thanks to the convenience of mobile shopping, according to a survey released Monday by Yahoo Inc.'s Taiwan branch.
U.S. healthcare group Danaher aims to buy Swiss Nobel Biocare, the world's biggest dental implant specialist, for US$2.2 billion, they said on Monday, sending the Swiss company's shares spiraling.
Microsoft will acquire the maker of the popular game Minecraft for US$2.5 billion.
Acer Inc. has been selected to be included in one of the prestigious Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI), the company said Monday in a statement.
Monday, September 15, 2014
Wowprime Corporation (王品集團) held a press conference yesterday afternoon to apologize for a “misunderstanding” with the Taichung City Government's Health Bureau regarding its use of lard oil, as well as over its brand Famonn Coffee's (曼咖啡) use of tainted oil in its tomato vegetable soup.
Taiwan-based HTC Corp. edged out Samsung Electronics Co. of South Korea to return to being Taiwan's largest smartphone manufacturer based upon units in the second quarter of this year, according to data released by research house IDC.
China's Alibaba sets new path with IPO in US
With a possible record-breaking stock offering, Chinese online giant Alibaba is set to boost its role as a global company with a massive expansion potential.
Apple still a decade behind Japan mobile payment curve
Apple's proud announcement that its new iPhone could be used to buy goods in a single swipe left customers non-plussed in Japan, where mobile contactless payments have been normal fare for a decade.
Samsung said Sunday it had requested a state investigation of senior executives from its South Korean rival LG for allegedly destroying its products at stores in Berlin, renewing a bitter feud between the electronics giants.
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