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May 4th, 2007

ICT firms electrify visitors at CeBIT

Yeh identified another trend that should benefit Taiwan. "The market is moving toward consumer-friendly applications, as products become increasingly smaller," he said. "Global positioning systems, portable and mobile TVs are currently selling well. Nanotechnology is widely used in semiconductors but not so much in consumer electronics." Taiwan introduced a number of new products such as portable TV sets and smartphones.


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