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Wednesday, February 11, 2015
Samsung and Microsoft said Tuesday they had ended a patent dispute that had seen the U.S. software giant sue the South Korean conglomerate for breaching a 2011 licensing contract.
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Samsung Electronics Co., the world's largest smartphone maker, expanded its offerings in Taiwan Monday with a 5.5-inch mid-tier model to cater to the country's growing interest in lower-priced handsets.
Monday, February 9, 2015
Taiwan's Largan Precision Co. , a major smartphone camera lens supplier to Apple Inc., may face limited earnings growth this year given the industry's slow transition to higher-resolution lenses, according to a local analyst.
Asustek Computer Inc. has been named a “Friend of the Foreign Service” by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in recognition of the Taiwanese PC maker's efforts in narrowing the digital divide in developing economies.
MediaTek Inc. (聯發科), one of Taiwan's leading integrated circuit designers, said its sales for January rose 2.28 percent from a month earlier, defying the conventional wisdom that the first quarter is a slow season for chipmakers.
MasterLink Securities (元富理財網), one of Taiwan's leading brokerages, has secured the green light from Chinese authorities to set up a venture capital firm in Tianjin.
The first nationwide strike at U.S. oil refineries since 1980 is spreading to two BP plants in the Midwest.
Sunday, February 8, 2015
Uber says it's introducing two new safety features for riders in India in response to concerns about safety that followed a passenger reporting she had been raped by a driver.
Saturday, February 7, 2015
Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) co-chair Amy Pascal, whose embarrassing emails were leaked in a hack attack on the Hollywood studio blamed on North Korea, is stepping down, the company said Thursday.
German engineering giant Siemens said Friday it was slashing 7,800 jobs worldwide, more than 3,000 of them in Germany, as part of an ongoing restructuring plan aimed at saving about one billion euros.
  
  
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