Thursday, April 25, 2013
The roving coral grouper, a predator fish of the tropical reef, uses sign language to advise fellow hunters of hiding prey, according to a study published on Tuesday.
Global shipments of large-sized panels will show a temporary correction in April after peaking in March, according to a local flat screen research institute.
A symposium focusing on green building development is to take place with the aim of bringing nearly 20 Taiwanese and French government officials, scientists and architects together on the issue, the event organizers said yesterday.
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
A rare Asian barbestelle (東方寬耳蝠) was seen settling into a bat house constructed at the Shei-Pa National Park (雪霸國家公園), officials from the park headquarters said yesterday.
Yahoo on Monday released an iPhone app that weaves in story-summarizing software bought from a London schoolboy last month for a sum reported to be around US$30 million.
Are you crazy enough to sign up for a one-way trip to Mars? Applications are now being accepted by the makers of a Dutch reality show that says it will deliver the first humans to the Red Planet in 10 years.
HTC Corp. said Tuesday that its business will remain intact in the near term despite a court ruling that may force it to abandon the microphone technology used in the Taiwanese smartphone maker's new flagship HTC One phone.
A global long-term cooling trend ended late in the 19th century and was followed decades later by the warmest temperatures in nearly 1,400 years, a sweeping study of temperature change showed.
South Koreans, who lunch religiously between midday and 1 p.m., can now get an extra treat through a smartphone app that promises to help singles find their one true love.
Taipei Medical University (TMU) Chairman Lee Tsu-der (李祖德) yesterday announced the founding of Swissray Global Healthcare Holding Limited (Swissray) in Taiwan, in collaboration with the government's policy of “One Alliance for one Medical Device.”