Phōng-kó chioh tio̍h pêⁿ-pán tiān-náu iPad ê jia̍t-siau, bo̍k-chiân chhī-chiàm-lu̍t pâi-miâ tē sì ê chū-ka liû-lám-khì Safari, tī sì-goe̍h-hūn ê chhī-chiàm-lu̍t iā sió-khoá cheng-ka chha-put-to lêng tiám it pha, ta̍t kàu sì tiám chhit-jī pha.
Drawing on the hot sales of its iPad tablet computer, the market share of Apple’s fourth-ranked own-brand browser, Safari, crept up about 0.1 percent in April to 4.72 percent.
Some other vocab here:
Market share: chhī-chiàm-lūt
Chūi-sǹg sī bī-lâi tī nāi-bí kho-ki kap seng-bu̍t kho-ki-siōng ū tu̍t-phoà-sèng hoat-tián, tān-sī bô tit khap mā ài tī kúi-cha̍p nî āu chiah ē-tàng hiáng-siū sêng-kó.
Even though there are going to be breakthrough developments in nanotech and biotech in the future, we will likely not be able to enjoy the results for another few decades.
Tû-liáu chiàⁿ-bīn cheng-ka chi̍t ê kiàⁿ-thâu, sin ê chhiú-ki ê poè-bīn ê hip-siōng kiàⁿ-thâu mā ka toā pēng cheng-ka siám-kong-teng.
Not only is there now a lens on the front, but the camera lens on the back of my new cellphone is also bigger and has a flash.
Seng hē chhiú ûi kiông
Literally: First to move (down) hand is strong
Chīn-kóan Twitter, Bin-su, Google, kap Kindle tiān-chú-chheh í-keng chìn-ji̍p hiān-tāi lâng ê seng-oa̍h, tān-sī tiān-sī iû-gôan sī siōng ū éng-hióng-le̍k ê mûi-thé, iû-kî tī sàn-chhiah tē-khu.
Despite the fact that Twitter, Facebook, Google, and Kindle electronic books have already made their way into the lives of modern people, television is still the most influential medium, especially in poorer areas.
Bí-kok-lâng tùi tì-hūi chhíu-ki ê hí-aì, bē khah su khì-chhia kap léng-khì.
Americans love their smartphones as much as they love cars and air conditioning.
Bāng-lō͘ pîn-khoan ē chhú-tāi chio̍h-iû, sêng-ûi chiòng-lâng cheng-toa̍t ê sin o͘-kim.
Internet bandwidth is going to supplant oil as the new “black gold” that everyone will be fighting over.
Bī-lâi cha̍p nî khó-lêng sī bô bô-liâu ê nî-tāi, boē chhut-hiān thia̍t-té kái-piàn jîn-lūi seng-oa̍h ê tu̍t-phoà-sèng ê kho-ki hoat-bêng.
The next ten years are likely to be a boring time, with no breakthrough technological inventions that would completely change people’s way of living.
More on -sèng words here.
Tiān-tî pí iPhone 3GS toā 16 pha, ì-sù sī kóng sio̍k-hâng-le̍k ka tn̂g.
The battery is 16 percent bigger than the iPhone 3GS, which means battery life is longer.
In-ūi chit ki iPhone ê jūn-thé ū chiam-tùi-sèng, sú Gizmodo keng-ka khak-sìn che sī chin hoè.
Because the iPhone had targeted firmware, Gizmodo was even more confident that this was the real thing.