Technology news: Taiwan
The Taiwan tech and startup news summary for April 2021 gathers items on subjects including Nokia and 5G in Taiwan, semiconductor developments, TuringChain blockchain-based authentication of education certification and more.
Each item featured is a Taiwan tech or startup-related news headline, pulled at month-end April 2021 from Startup News Asia’s collected daily updates; and each headline is hyperlinked to the article behind it – online, free to read, and in full. This gives tech readers:
- an easy reference to Taiwan’s tech news from a single month, April 2021; and
- one-click access to the Taiwan tech articles that you see as most interesting.
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More of Taiwan’s tech news:
- Taiwan: An intro to TuringChain’s TuringCerts service, blockchain-backed solution focused on verification and authentication of education certificates
- Taiwan: A brief video intro to PicCollage, part of the Taiwan Game Changers series from Startup Island Taiwan
- Taiwan: InfuseAI machine learning operations startup raises $4.3M, with MLOps solutions market projected to reach $4BN value in 2025
- Taiwan: Vision Program Online Demo Day set for April 28th, showcasing 5 startups working in blockchain, green energy, medtech and more
- Taiwan: Chunghwa Telecom telco selects Nokia to expand 5G network in the country, aiming for 80% population coverage and a boost in 5G subscriptions
- IC Insights semiconductor research finds South Korea’s Samsung and Taiwan’s TSMC investments, combined, make up 43% of spending this year, outpacing US and China
- Vietnam’s Docosan healthcare booking app lands $1M seed funding led by Taiwan’s AppWorks, helping patients avoid long waiting times for consultations
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