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April 28, 2017

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Toyota's redesigned Prius plug-in hybrid, the Prius PHV, is displayed during its launch in Taipei on Wednesday, April 12. Only 100 of the vehicles will be available for purchase in Taiwan this year, the company said.
Taiwan tech giant Asustek Computer Inc. saw a drop in worldwide PC shipments this past first quarter, according to separate reports from two IT research and analysis firms International Data Corporation (IDC) and Gartner.
Housewives' choice
Japanese comedian Naomi Watanabe (渡邊直美) poses while dressed as a FamilyMart employee on Wednesday, April 12. Watanabe appeared at an event to promote a select line of Japanese products available on FamilyMart's online shopping service and supplied by Japanese retail company Yoshimoto Kogyo Co., Ltd.
Wal-Mart Stores is eliminating hundreds of corporate jobs in a cost-cutting move, a person familiar with the matter said Tuesday.
Sales soar for Ivanka
Sales of Ivanka Trump's clothing collection soared by nearly 61 percent in 2016, the company that manufactures products for the president's daughter's line and other brands said on Monday.
Huawei + flagship = Plus
Models showcase the front and back of Huawei's newest flagship phone, the Huawei P10 Plus, on Tuesday, April 11.
Toshiba on Tuesday warned its survival was at risk as the struggling Japanese industrial giant reported a loss of US$4.8 billion in long-overdue financial results.
That's using your T-brain
Bob Hung (洪偉淦), left, general manager of Trend Micro Taiwan and Hong Kong, and Wang Yeong-her (王永和), right, president of National Applied Research Laboratories, pose at the launch of a joint project to accelerate the development of artificial intelligence in the technology sector, on Tuesday, April 11.
Hybrid police car fights crime, saves gas
The next time the cops chase you down for speeding, they could be driving a fuel-efficient gas-electric hybrid.
Uber Taiwan to restart engine on Thursday
Ridesharing company Uber on Monday announced that the company and its mobile application would be making a return to the Taiwanese market this Thursday with a new business model that aims to make the government view the business as one that operates legally.
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