Thursday, July 17, 2014
A feeder that uses cat-facial recognition technology can allow feline lovers to “smartly” monitor the appetite of their furry friends anytime and anywhere, a Taiwanese design team said Wednesday.
Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Former Education Minister Chiang Wei-ling (蔣偉寧) yesterday said that an email from the Journal of Vibration and Control shows that he is a victim in the recent academic fraud scandal.
The environment and human error were found to be the main causes of the April crash of an AH-64E Apache attack helicopter in Northern Taiwan, the Army said Tuesday morning when it presented the conclusions of its investigation into the accident., 1 Comment
President Ma Ying-jeou said Tuesday that Taiwan needs to find “the most appropriate energy mix” because the country depends highly on energy imports due to its lack of natural resources., 1 Comment
The Consumer Protection Committee of the Executive Yuan (CPC, 行政院消保處) recently conducted selective examinations on 15 low-temperature home delivery trucks, revealing six out of the 15 trucks to be technically insufficient for low-temperature deliveries., 1 Comment
About 68.1 percent of road users said they would be in favor of an adjustment to the 20 free kilometers allotted for each vehicle each day in order to receive lower freeway toll rates, the National Freeway Bureau (NFB) announced yesterday.
Legislator Wang Yu-min (王育敏) and Hsu Hui-yu (許惠玉), director of the John Tung Foundation's (財團法人董氏基金會) Food and Nutrition Division, said at a press conference yesterday that the ice cream in major convenience stores contain a large amount of artificial additives.
The Central Election Commission (CEC) said Tuesday that a referendum on the fate of the Fourth Nuclear Power Plant has passed the initial hurdle after garnering the endorsement of more than 120,000 people.
Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Chairwoman Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) yesterday announced the party's new plan to engage the younger generation in participating in politics.
Six government-managed funds worth NT$2.6 trillion have been without supervision for five consecutive months, local news reported yesterday.