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myPad P2 tablet from Taiwan Mobile

08/02/2011, Taiwan Mobile, a mobile carrier from Taiwan, has just announced that they will be adding another piece of hardware into their arsenal – the myPad P2 tablet. From the sounds of it, this won’t be anything groundbreaking although it will be an...

Apple App Store 7-day return window officially open in Taiwan

07/18/2011, Not too long ago, Apple was under fire from the Taiwanese government for not having a 7-day return policy for its App Store in compliance with the country’s Consumer Protection Act. It was reported that Apple decided to bend over and change its...

Apple changes return App Store return policy in Taiwan

06/27/2011, After being threatened with a fine by the Taiwanese government for not having a 7-day return policy, it looks like Apple has given in to the authorities. It has been reported that the Apple App Store for Taiwan has changed its return policy from not...

moJo iCuisine Uses Table As Interactive Menu

06/17/2011, We’ve heard of restaurants where they present a computer next to your table where through either a mouse or touch screen you can browse the menu and place your order without having to even talk to a waiter/waitress, the downside is that while...

ITRI’s gadget turn any TV into a touchscreen display

06/15/2011, The Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) in Taiwan has recently come up with a new gadget that could possibly give touchscreen manufacturers a run for their money. They’ve managed to come up with a special device that can turn any TV (no...

Sushi restaurant provides Geiger counter for peace of mind

03/24/2011, What would you expect to get when you step foot into a Japanese restaurant? Some of us would think of chopsticks and porcelain bowls, but this sushi restaurant in Taiwan is offering a handheld Geiger counter (a device which can detect levels of...

HTC’s next Android flagship phone pictured in Taiwan

01/27/2011, Looks like we don’t always have to wait until Mobile World Congress 2011 in order to get a glance at the latest phones. We previously caught wind of a button-less HTC phone and now it appears that the phone has been caught in the wild, courtesy of Mr....

Faster and better way to treat cancer developed

01/26/2011, Some researchers from the National Cheng Kung University in Taiwan have come up with a prototype system that can be used to treat cancer without chemotherapy or invasive surgery. The system is a device that induces nano-magnetic particles to raise the...

iPad mini spotted online?

12/21/2010, Rumors of a smaller iPad have been going around for a while now and while it doesn’t seem like Apple will be offering such a tablet anytime soon, a Taiwan celebrity and race driver, Jimmy Lin, has drawn attention to himself by showing a smaller...

Taiwanese Company Threatens To Sue Apple Over iPad Name

10/28/2010, A struggling Taiwanese company, Proview, is currently threatening to sue Apple for $1.5 billion over the iPad trademark, claiming that an earlier agreement to sell the trademark didn’t include the trademark rights for the Chinese market. Proview...

Taiwan-based Handset Manufacturers Shunning WP7?

10/13/2010, While Windows Phone 7 (WP7) was just launched a few days ago, word is going around that Taiwan-based handset manufacturers have shifted R&D investment to Android for two to three years, and as such, most of them are unwilling to invest in Windows...

Asus Eee 1.8-inch USB Hard Drive Available In Taiwan

08/03/2010, A while back Asus was busy coming up with all sorts of Eee-branded accessories when its Eee PCs were dominating the netbook scene, though the practice seems to have died down now. That being said, it seems that Asus still sees fit to offer a USB hard...

Apple Mac Mini Price Mix Up In Taiwan

07/26/2010, The folks over at Digitimes are reporting that Apple’s Taiwan online store made a slight boo boo with its Mac mini pricing, listing the Mac mini with 8GB RAM at NT$19,900 ($619), which is a huge drop from the original NT$47,000 ($1,464). Such a...