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US High-Tech Design Show Exhibitors Bless Trump's Import Tariffs

20 June 2018

Maintaining that US manufacturing is booming, exhibitors at the Cleveland Advanced Design and Manufacturing Expo cited President Trump's steel and aluminium import tariffs as the spur for the re-shori...Read More

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Playful Ducks and Electronic Owls Slug It Out at Guangzhou Toy Show

4 June 2018

While friendly licensed ducks and internationally copyrighted cats put in a fine performance, the sheer ubiquity of the educational automatons saw recreational robots reign supreme at the Guangzhou In...Read More

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50% of All New IoT Devices Destined for Asia-Pacific Region by 2026

23 May 2018

Asia is set to be the driving force behind the development of smart cities, while also clearly being at the forefront of embracing and utilising Internet of Things technology, according to many of the...Read More

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Surge in Funding Boosts Philippines' Educational High-Tech Take-Up

16 May 2018

With 2017 alone seeing educational institutes across the Philippines enjoying a 25% increase in government funding, many of the country's schools and colleges are in the midst of an unprecedented and ...Read More

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VR and AR Look to Up their Game with Real World Business Applications

9 May 2018

While Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality games were widely on show at the recent VR & AR Fair and Investment Summit, exhibitors were keen to highlight how the technologies are now transforming engi...Read More

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With Re-shoring a Reality, US Industry Rushes to Embrace Automation

8 May 2018

With the Trump administration's cuts to corporation tax said to have triggered a mass return of the manufacturing once outsourced to Mexico or China, US companies are turning to automation as a way of...Read More

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Domestic and Global Backing Sees Taiwan set to Become AI Powerhouse

17 April 2018

Together with government funding of US$330 million, many of the world's hi-tech businesses, including Google and Microsoft, are looking to invest in Taiwan as it bids to become a truly global Artifici...Read More

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China Turns to Malaysian Solar Sector to Power BRI Programme

26 Jan 2018

Joint venture solar facilities earmarked for powering East Coast Rail Link and Southeast Asia port expansions....Read More

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Greener City Strategies Set to Yield Economic and Social Dividends

19 Jan 2018

With urban planners across the world committed to promoting higher greenery ratios, it could be that such policies prove to be far more than cosmetic, with tangible economic benefits likely for those ...Read More

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Fintech's Benefits to Business and Humanity on Show in Singapore

11 Jan 2018

While many delegates at the Singapore Fintech Festival were keen to highlight the altruistic aspects of financial technological innovation for the less-developed economies, several also made clear its...Read More

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Dominance of VR Becomes Virtually a Reality at Tokyo Gaming Expo

17 Nov 2017

With Virtual Reality proving a staple of almost every stand at this year's Tokyo Game Show, it seems this immersive technology is on the cusp of market-wide dominance, although an appetite for a retro...Read More

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Ready for a Year of Entertainment Electronics: The Autumn 2017 Hong Kong Electronics Fair Survey

16 Nov 2017

The improving sentiment of the electronics market in 2017 appears set to be a continuing trend next year, according to buyers and exhibitors surveyed during the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair 2017 (...Read More

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Predicted Annual Growth of 59.6% Boosts Mainland Smart Home Sector

1 Nov 2017

With many of China's youthful tech-savvy consumers set to be early adopters of smart-home technology, the mainland is tipped to be one of the fastest-growing markets for the array of intelligent resid...Read More

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Integrated Solutions See Mainland Environmental Sector Come of Age

27 Oct 2017

With the environmental sector maturing, buoyed by supportive government policies and generous funding, the technology now on offer is far more comprehensive than the rudimentary systems of the early d...Read More

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Taiwan Eco-ban Targets 1.5 Billion Cut in Per Annum Plastic Bag Usage

24 Oct 2017

With its 15-year-old ban on free plastic bags set to be extended to a wider range of retail sectors as of January next year, Taiwan is looking to confirm its on-going reputation for environmental resp...Read More

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Digital and Textile Hybrids Debut at Wide Format European Print Show

14 Sept 2017

New materials, fresh innovation and even novel ways to rapidly wrap an F1 race car were all on offer at this year's FESPA event, but it was the hybrid systems that united the best of competing technol...Read More

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IoT Data Surge Buoys Carriers as Smartphone Sector Nears Saturation

24 Aug 2017

With smartphone subscriptions nearing 100%, any shortfall in revenue growth on the part of carriers could be made up for by growing Internet of Things-related data demand, according to experts at Flor...Read More

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Online Retailers Look to Tackle Fraud Without Deterring Buyers

14 Aug 2017

The problem facing remote retailers is how to deliver secure, fraud-free transactions without imposing onerous security protocols likely to deter buyers, fortunately exhibitors at the recent Card Not ...Read More

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Cost and Security Concerns Hampering Adoption of IIoT Across Asia

2 Aug 2017

According to speakers at the Industry of Things World Asia event, companies in the region lack an understanding of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), a shortcoming set to undermine any moves to...Read More

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The Challenges Facing Hong Kong Start-ups: Access to Funding

31 July 2017

Lack of funding is a major constraint limiting the pool of potential entrepreneurs in Hong Kong. Start-ups find it hard to gain access to early stage capital as conventional venture capital firms and ...Read More

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