Chinese mobile Internet security company Cheetah Mobile announced that its live show subsidiary Live.me Inc signed a USD60 million fund …
Japanese electronics company Sony announced that they will start selling their virtual reality head-mounted display product PlayStation VR in Hong …
Chinese mobile game developer and operator Linekong announced a strategic investment in Hong Kong mobile game developer and distributor Gameone. …
Taiwanese government officials revealed that Facebook plans to build a data center in Changhua, Taichung. Commenting on the news, Facebook confirmed that they did find a suitable location in Taiwan to build a new data center; however, they have not yet made the final decision. The government officials from Changhua said that Facebook hired a […]
Facebook will reportedly set up a new office in Taiwan which will be engaged in platform advertising sales.
Singapore, November 11, 2014 /ChinaNewswire.com – Xinwengao.com/ – The Towards 5G: LTE Plus – Internet of Everything Global Summit 2014 will kick off in Taipei from 12-13 November 2014. Co-organized with ITRI & III, Ministry of Economic Affairs, this premier thought leadership event for the telecom sector, will convene all operators and mobile networks providers, … >>>
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During the first half of 2014, the number of adults using the mobile Internet in Taiwan reached 9.87 million. The Taiwan Network Information Center published a report on the broadband network usage in Taiwan in 2014, which said that over the past three years, Taiwan’s Internet growth rate maintained a rate of over 70% and […]
Singapore video service provider Viki has formed a partnership with Chinese search engine Baidu. Headquartered in Singapore, Viki hails itself as the “Hulu outside America”. In September 2013, the company was acquired by the Japanese e-commerce giant Rakuten for USD200 million. Viki is mainly engaged in providing high-quality movies and TV programs. With the help […]
Taiwan’s National Communications Commission has published a list of seven carriers that applied to operate the LTE services.
Chinese e-commerce group Alibaba has launched the overseas version of its group buying website Juhuasuan.com for Hong Kong and Taiwan markets, representing an important step into Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan.
Taiwan’s Chunghwa Telecom plans to expand its Wi-Fi international roaming service map and will cooperate with Hong Kong’s Y5ZONE to add 6,500 Wi-Fi hot spots in Hong Kong.
Apple has confirmed that it has launched its iTunes store in 12 new markets in Asia, including Hong Kong, allowing its users in these regions to buy and download music and videos more conveniently.
Google announced that its new data center in Changhua, Taiwan, has started construction and it is expected to be launched in the second half of 2013.
Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC has sent a notice to its users, saying that they will close the mobile data storage service HTCSense.com on April 30, 2012.
Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC has announced plans to establish a new business department named “Studio”, aiming to reverse the company’s recent performance decline.
The Internet video channel of the Chinese Internet portal Sohu.com and the Taiwan-based PC maker Asus have jointly announced that the two parties have formed a strategic partnership for a video service.
Taiwan-based Acer plans to acquire U.S.-based iGware for USD320M plus another USD75M for performance-based earn-out.
Chinese Internet video company Letv.com has announced that it will invest about CNY6.3 million to set up wholly-owned subsidiaries in Hong Kong and Taiwan to expand the overseas market and improve its visibility.
Taiwan Foxconn Technology Group has decided to build a new plant in Jundiai, an inland city in Sao Paulo, Brazil, for the assembly of Apple’s iPad and iPhone products.
Chinese online news and video media service Phoenix New Media Limited filed its F-1 statement with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission in a bid to raise up to USD200 million in an initial public offering.
Chinese online travel website Ctrip.com International Ltd. reported its unaudited financial results for the fourth quarter and the full year ended December 31, 2010.
An insider from the Chinese Internet company Tencent has confirmed to the local media that the American collective buying website Groupon will establish a joint venture with Tencent to enter the Chinese market, and the CEO of the new company will be assigned by Tencent.
Taiwan-based Clevo, owner of the technology products retail chain Buynow, has reached an agreement with Fuzhou, capital of Fujian province, and will launch a Buynow Digital Plaza project in the city.
Chinese portal website Sina.com has published its first white paper targeting the Chinese microblog market.
China VoIP & Digital Telecom’s Beijing PowerUnique Technology Company has signed several virtualization agreements to implement an integrated virtualization solution at datacenters in Huizhou Power Supply Bureau, Shantou Power Supply Bureau and South East Motor.
Sponsored by Taiwan Tourism Administration, the China Taian Mount Tai Travel Information Website taian.travel has launched its Japanese and Korean versions targeting major inbound tourist source markets of Taiwan: Japan and South Korea.
According to reports in Taiwanese local media, Udn.com, the official website of the island’s well-known news media United Daily News, has cooperated with Gohappy.com.tw, the online shopping website owned by Far Eastern Group in Taiwan, in the launch of a shopping channel.
Chinese online travel and e-commerce services firm Ctrip.com International Ltd. announced its unaudited financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2010, and stated it had total revenues of CNY627 million, representing a 46% increase from the same period in 2009 and a 4% increase from the previous quarter.