Taiwan's Supreme Court on Friday adopted a resolution that would allow stiff penalties against food manufacturers that use banned additives in their products, whether or not the additives are proven harmful to human health.
Companies and governments eager to harness the internet of things' (IoT) enormous growth potential have rapidly produced millions of new devices that can be hijacked in service of distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks, security specialists said Friday.
Former Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) chief Chang Kuo-cheng (張國政) and TransAsia Chairman Vincent Lin (林明昇) were subpoenaed Thursday as part of a probe into a takeover offer for TransAsia Airways (復興航空).
Taiwanese ultramarathon runner Tommy Chen (陳彥博) took second place in the recently concluded 250-kilometer Last Desert 2016 race in Antarctica, to take the crown as champion of the 4 Deserts Race Series this year, making him the first Asian runner to complete the series in one calendar year.
Minister without Portfolio Audrey Tang recently logged on to the popular web forum PTT to recruit civil servants, as part of her efforts to promote the concept of "open government."
The Kuomintang (KMT) moved Thursday to put the issue of whether to allow food product imports from irradiated prefectures of Japan to a national referendum.
The Interior Ministry's National Immigration Agency (NIA) recently inked a cooperation agreement with National Taiwan College of Performing Arts (NTCPA) that promises to offer more avenues of learning for new immigrants to Taiwan.
Acer Inc. (宏碁) founder and Honorary Chairman Stan Shih (施振榮) announced yesterday that Acer was expanding into the telecommunications market globally.
The Times Higher Education (THE) has revealed the results of the BRICS & Emerging Economies University Rankings 2017. Taiwan has 25 universities in this year's expanded ranking of 300 institutions, up from 24 last year. Taiwan's universities have struggled to make progress this year with all but two of the universities ranked last year dropping places this year.
This photo shows the Lunar New Year's greeting cards to be given out by President Tsai Ing-wen, right, and Vice President Chen Chien-jen (陳建仁), left. They have printed 40,000 and 9,000 cards, respectively.