Smartphone and VR headset manufacturer HTC ended the year with a steep decline in revenue, according to a news release issued by the company last week. The company announced unaudited consolidated revenue for December 2017 of $4.02 billion TWD (approximately $136 million USD), and total unaudited consolidated revenue from January to December 2017 of $62.12 billion TWD (approximately $2.1 billion USD). Those revenue numbers represent a 29% month-to-month decline and 36% year-over-year decline. Reports indicate that HTC’s yearly revenue marks its worst performance in over a decade. Some of the revenue decline may be due to aggressive price cuts during 2017, which saw both HTC
CyberLink is one of first software companies coming out of Taiwan that succeeded in becoming a major international player. From the dawn of multi-media and first DVD-ROM drives, PowerDVD software was there to play the content (and yes, we’ll never forget the ability to change the regional lock through software). Just like everything changes with time, PowerDVD gained tens of millions of users. With PowerDVD 17, their flagship movie and media player is bringing native support for 360 and 3D-360 video for VR headsets, Ultra HD Blu-ray video, as well as HDR10 format support. PowerDVD 17 adds support for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive VR headsets to bring
If you live in Taiwan or in APAC area of the world, there’s a lot of conversations saying that Asian (manufacturing) Tigers such as Taiwan ‘missed the boat’ when it comes to shared economy and application economy. While it is true that Taiwanese are quite conservative and cost-driven (which is a shame), the whole island has a specific positive vibe. Luckily, the future does not rest on old-school management which is still baffled why they cannot win contracts which are service-intensive, there is a new generation of Taiwanese which are connected in more ways that one. In fact, I would dare to publicly state that Taiwanese are one of most
The PC hardware industry’s most important trade show starts this week in Taiwan.
Landing in Taiwan could create complications due to the sensitive political nature of the island.
The HTC-funded Gogoro is revolutionary for a number of reasons, and potential customers in Taiwan will be able to demo the scooters starting this week.
Tom’s Hardware founder and VR World Industry Fellow Thomas Pabst takes a good hard look at where the PC business is going in his inaugural column.
While China has made major strides in the adoption of two-wheeled eco-friendly electric vehicles (EVs), sales in Taiwan are lagging.
Taiwan needs to double down on innovation to build cutthroat companies, or it will lose its advantage to China.
Cross Strait mobile app team beats Line and Instagram to the 100 million mark with the CM Security Suite, but can it continue growing?
HTC and Samsung both introduced their new low-cost mid-tier smartphones to Taiwan on the same day.
Google Taiwan launched a program to help and train Taiwanese young talents for marketing.
Siemens Taiwan expected a continuous growth regarding its business in Taiwan for 2015.
The survey by 1111 Job Bank said that 87% of the employers in Taiwan will offer year-end bonuses this year.
Latest ECCT survey showed slow wage increases will make it difficult for companies to recruit quality talents in Taiwan.
Taiwan continued to make progress on economic freedom.
Taiwan is one of Google Play’s top five markets.
Xiaomi’s mass production for Mi Note will help boost Taiwanese suppliers’ business.
Taiwan Institute of Economic Research raised its forecast on Taiwan’s GDP.
HTC is planning to launch more branch stores in Taiwan in 2015