Displaying items by tag: Taiwan

Australians have the lowest level of trust in the ability of their banking institutions to handle personal data securely, a survey of the Asia-Pacific by Unisys Corporation has found. The survey was taken ahead of the arrival of new services for implementing Open Banking.

Published in Data

Australia ranks as the fifth most digitally mature country in the Asia Pacific, Japan, and China region and 13th globally, and 78% of Australian businesses believe they are continually innovating and 88% are investing, or have already invested, in digital transformation.

Published in Strategy

A Chinese Government company and a private Taiwan firm have been accused of trying to steal trade secrets from US tech firm Micron Technology.

Published in Technology Regulation

There's no "deliportation" yet that allows deliveries between countries instantly via Star Trek technology, but Deliveroo's move into Taiwan continues the company's APAC and global expansion.

Published in Development

ASUS has unveiled impressive new 13, 14 and 15-inch "thin and light" laptops with its most compact designs ever, featuring enviable four-sided frameless NanoEdge displays for "near-borderless visuals" alongside its NumberPad innovation.

Published in Home Tech

A Taiwan firm that makes processors for Apple's iPhones was hit by a variant of the WannaCry ransomware over the weekend and says the incident will cause shipment delays and additional costs.

Published in Security
Tuesday, 17 July 2018 12:04

Freestyle pushes towards Taiwan expansion

Australia-based Internet of Things company Freestyle Technology is showing off its latest IoT-enabled smart gas solutions to Taiwan’s Chungwa Telecom as it looks to expand business further in the region's US$1.8 billion smart meter gas market.

Published in Strategy

Malicious attackers have been using stolen certificates from Taiwan-based vendors D-Link and Changing Information Technology to sign their malware known as Plead that has been used to compromise several technology companies.

Published in Security

Japan's NEC Corporation and the Southeast Asia-Japan 2 consortium (SJC2) have signed an agreement for the former to build a high-performance submarine cable connecting Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Taiwan, mainland China, Korea and Japan.

Australia and New Zealand are relatively quiet places in terms of cyber threats when compared to the rest of the Asia-Pacific region, one of the few women in the field of cyber security claims.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 15 November 2017 11:08

iPhone production issues hit Foxconn profits

Taiwan company Foxconn Technology has recorded a 39% drop in profit for the quarter ending September compared to the corresponding period a year ago, a fall that appears to be attributable in part to production difficulties with the iPhone.

Tuesday, 16 May 2017 10:09

Taiwan ICT Disrupters Lift the Lid at CeBIT

Voice activated robot personal assistants, gaming gears, smart office and home, educational devices and liquid-cooled open frame tempered glass PC cases.

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A major iPhone assembler has reported its first annual decline in sales since it became a public entity in 1991.

Published in Market
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As more and more reports keep coming in of exploding Samsung Galaxy Note7s, it is clear that even the replacement phones have not fixed the issue which has dogged this so-called flagship device.

Published in Open Sauce
Wednesday, 24 August 2016 17:12

APAC IT services market competition heats up: IDC

Competition in the Asia Pacific IT services market over the last two years has got tougher for the major players vying for marketshare, with the market declining by 2.1% year-on-year in 2015, according to the latest report from global analyst firm IDC.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 04 May 2016 19:14

Choice sticks boot into Optus soccer balls

Suggesting its cheaper to fly to the UK to watch a single Premier League game than it is to subscribe to the Optus EPL 24-month bundle, Choice says Optus puts football fans offside.

Published in Entertainment

It’s a toss up between the toothbrush and the smartphone as to which one is seen as the most indispensable when travelling for many Australians. But, unlike we Aussies, globally the smartphone clearly ranks as the single most indispensable item travellers carry with them.

Published in Mobility

New Zealand telco Spark has released new roaming data packs for 16 countries in response to what it claims is a ”phenomenal increase” in the amount of mobile data used by its customers travelling overseas.

Published in Data

Smartphone adoption in the Asia Pacific region, including in Australia and New Zealand, is exploding with predictions it will nearly double over the next five years amidst ‘hyper-competition’ between smartphone manufacturers like Apple, LG and Samsung.

Published in Strategy
Monday, 30 March 2015 16:03

Hoh crosses from Symantec to FireEye

Security vendor FireEye has appointed former Symantec senior sales executive Eric Hoh as the first president of its Asia Pacific Japan business.

Published in People Moves
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