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  • Ko Wen-je defends longevity of nuclear power plants

    Taipei mayoral candidate Ko Wen-je of the Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) argued that nuclear plants can be utilized for more than 30 to 60 years with proper planning. Ko criticized Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) candidate Lai Ching-te’s nuclear power policy, challenging the assertion that nuclear plants should be decommissioned after 30 years. Additionally, Ko criticized the current anti-fraud policies, specifically those implemented by Hou Yu-ih, stating that they were ineffective. Lai’s campaign office responded by asserting that a nuclear-free homeland is a widely agreed-upon consensus among citizens and questioned Ko and Hou’s lack of a clear plan for nuclear waste disposal.
    2023/12/27 16:32
  • Survey reveals changing views on mobile device flagship chip

    According to a recent poll conducted by GSMArena, nearly 70% of online users believe that flagship chips, which were once a crucial factor in their choice of smartphone, are no longer vital. In the past, users prioritized new-generation flagship chips to ensure smooth performance and longevity. However, the survey found that only 21.3% still consider this necessary. Only 10.1% of respondents deemed flagship chips in Esports phones critically essential for superior performance. The shift in users’ attitudes is apparent, with 42.5% acknowledging the performance of flagship chips but feeling that their predecessor versions were still satisfactory. Additionally, 23.5% of netizens believed that mid-range mobile phones were sufficient for their needs. Users cited positive experiences with older chips, like the four-year-old Helio P70, which they argued delivered adequate performance. Some netizens also emphasized the importance of a stable product providing good value for money over having the latest flagship chip. The study gathered views from 5,499 participants.
    2023/11/20 19:32
  • Taiwan mulls extending Dassault Mirage fighter jets’ service

    Taiwan’s Air Force weighs the possibility of extending the service life of Mirage 2000 fighter jets by 20 years. Experts debate the need for longevity vs. modernization as the nation navigates cross-strait tensions. Learn more about the Mirage 2000 extension debate.
    2023/08/14 17:23
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