Technology Committee
American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei

Active Members

Philip Diller
Pristine Communications
Tim Lauer
APAC Ventures
Carl Wegner

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Technology News

Thursday, 26 February 2009

EMI Suing More Music Sites For Offering ‘Playable Search’
Other reasons EMI sued Robertson - as well as returning search results, his Sideload can copy tracks to his firm’s MP3Tunes digital locker.

2009 Geneva Auto Show: Nissan NV200 Van
Nissan will put the NV200 on sale in Japan by summer, in Europe in the fall and then launch it in China and elsewhere. Inside Line says: A global van for a ...NSANY

GOP Skeptical Of President's Ambitious Agenda
Our recovery plan will invest in electronic health records and new technology that will reduce errors, bring down costs, ensure privacy, and save lives. ...

Pirate Bay 'biggest and baddest villain': exec
“Just like the rest of the world thinks of China and Vietnam, so the record companies view Sweden today.” He illustrated his point by discussing a ...

Full Text of President Obama's Speech
Our recovery plan will invest in electronic health records and new technology that will reduce errors, bring down costs, ensure privacy and save lives. ...

Nokia Siemens Networks wins deals in China
China's leading telecom operators China Mobile and China Unicom had ordered mobile network equipment and services from NSN, it said in a statement. ...

The Politics of Economic Stimulus Spending and Bank Bailouts
So today we have a FED which is committed to creating as many digital dollars as is necessary. In other words, if politicians won't tax, and lenders won't ...

Presenting to the Committee

If you or someone you know is interested in presenting to the Technology Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei, please contact the committee chairpersons.

As our mission states, the Committee is a forum for ideas that connect business and technology. Topics may include presentation of emerging technology, or discussion of business issues for technology companies in Taiwan. Take a look at some of our previous meetings to get a sense of the kinds of meetings we host. The Committee explores the latest product and service trends, highlighting emerging opportunities - with a strong focus on information technology and related industries, including industries as diverse as business process technology, biotechnology, telecommunications, nanotechnology, GIS, e-commerce, aerospace, manufacturing automation...

We are open to individuals or organizations. Members come form business, government and academia. The committee hosts a monthly speaker series. Meetings may be breakfast or luncheon meetings on weekdays. The speaker speaks in English to a group of 25 to 50 executives and senior management of local foreign offices and multinationals. This is an invaluable forum to network with other domestic and international technology players as well as government officials on issues from technology to markets to regulation.