Many startups, including dozens from Taiwan, showcased their innovations at CES.
MOST to pick 80 startup teams for participation at Eureka Park at CES 2020
Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) will select 80 local startup teams for them to present their innovations at Eureka Park, a global stage for innovation, CES 2020 to take place in Las Vegas, the US, during January 7-10, according to industry sources.
Science minister Chen Liang-gee shows confidence and ambition in promoting Taiwan entrepreneurship
Science minister Chen Liang-gee has been making a lot of efforts grooming Taiwan's startups, a clear example being his ministry's arrangement of a large delegation to Eureka Park at CES 2019. Taiwan has also been keen to promote its own edition of startup showcase, InnoVEX. Ahead of the annual event, which takes place...
Eureka Park: A showcase of both startup and national high-tech strengths
Featuring exhibits of innovations by startup companies from all over the world, Eureka Park was the most eye-catching exhibit area of CES 2019. Many of those companies were gathered inside national pavilions and their exhibits were flavored with a cultural touch, making the presentations dazzling and lively. However,...
Taiwan startups secure NT$5.5 billion business opportunities at CES 2019
A team of 44 startups showcasing their innovations at CES 2019 have managed to win more than NT$5.5 billion (US$178.44 million) in business opportunity, according to science and technology minister Chen Liang-Gee.
Eureka Park: Startup teams present wide-ranging AI engines targeting diverse applications
Artificial intelligence (AI) development is no longer something only big players can do and has exploded in recent years with all firms big and small taking the initiative to incorporate AI in their products. AI applications are the focus of attention of the startup community. CES 2019 Eureka Park shed light on the prevailing...
Eureka Park: AR/VR developers concentrating efforts on motion capture
AR/VR, smart home and healthcare were the three popular exhibition themes at CES 2019 Eureka Park with about 10% of the exhibitors being AR/VR developers. In terms of nationalities, French AR/VR startups made up the largest team, surpassing the US, followed by the Netherlands and Korea.
Eureka Park: With IoT devices coming into shape, startup teams target niche markets with differentiating products
Widespread adoption of voice assistants such as Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa is spurring burgeoning growth of IoT devices, which were on exhibit throughout the show floors of CES 2019. Transitioning from developing products independently, firms are now introducing products that work in connection with surrounding...
Ganzin eye tracking solutions can be paired with AR, VR
Taiwan startup Ganzin Technology is showcasing at CES 2019 its newly developed Aurora eye tracking modules that can be paired with VR and AR for diverse applications, according to the firm's chief operating officer JY Chueh.
Taiwan science minister urges support for startups
Taiwan's Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) will lead 44 tech startup companies to attend CES 2019 in Las Vegas in January 2019, MOST minister Liang-Gee Chen announced on Wednesday.
Taiwan startups stage strong show at CES 2018, says MOST
The 32 Taiwan startups that showcased products and services at CES 2018 in January attracted 43,211 visitors and held 2,402 business talks with venture capital firms with potential funding and purchases estimated at US$47.62 million and US$604,000 respectively, according to the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST)...
Taiwan large-size LCD panels – 4Q 2019
Taiwan's large-size LCD panel shipments went down slightly on quarter, but more than 5% on year to arrive at 59.12 million units...
China smartphone AP shipments – 4Q 2019
Smartphone AP shipments to China-based vendors came to 197 million units, down 5.9% on year and 7.7% on quarter.
Global tablet market (outbreak updates) – 4Q 2019
The tablet sector is witnessing better capacity recovery than the notebook and handset sectors.
Outbreak impact: China smartphone and AP shipments
The coronavirus outbreak has resulted in labor shortages and shipment disruptions in China's supply chain, but Digitimes Research...
Coronavirus impact special report: Mobile devices
The coronavirus outbreak has disrupted production and weakened consumer confidence, with all ICT sectors bracing for major declines...
Global server shipment forecast and industry analysis, 2020
Digitimes Research estimates that global server shipments moderately declined 1.4% in 2019 but will turn to show positive growth...