Technology

News Corp weighs MySpace options

Yinka Adegoke and Jennifer Saba Reuters 30.11.2010
News Corp weighs MySpace options

News Corp is open to a sale of beleaguered MySpace after a relaunch of the social network as an entertainment site, Chief Operating Officer Chase Carey told Reuters.

The Hong Kong CSL, Ltd. announced it will launch the first dual-mode 4G business network on Nov. 25, which helps to speed data transmission by cell phone users and upgrades networks to a new level of coverage.


Telstra Corp.’s Hong Kong mobile- phone unit started a fourth-generation network in the city to meet demand for high-speed wireless services and lift revenue.

Hong Kong monitor maker sues Apple over iPad moniker

A struggling Hong Kong monitor manufacturer has come up with a not-so-novel way to dig itself out of financial trouble: sue Apple.


Verizon opens Hong Kong data centre

Brett Winterford iT News 13.10.2010
Verizon opens Hong Kong data centre

Verizon Business has announced the opening of a data centre in Hong Kong, which the company hopes will appeal to expanding Australian customers whilst it prepares the launch of cloud computing services based in Canberra in the second half of 2011.

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The two companies are close to a deal that would add Internet phone calling to Facebook pages.


Next Media's Lai Plans YouTube Site as Tiger Woods Hit Attracts Millions

Mark Lee and Bruce Einhorn Bloomberg.com 17.08.2010
Next Media's Lai Plans YouTube Site as Tiger Woods Hit Attracts Millions

Next Media Ltd., publisher of Apple Daily newspapers, will start a site on Google Inc.’s YouTube to add revenue by distributing news cartoons after its dramatization of Tiger Woods’ car crash drew millions of hits.

A look at the progress of construction on the new Facebook data center in Prineville, Oregon.

Facebook said today that it will double the size of its first company-built data center in Prineville, Oregon, which is currently under construction. The expansion will add another 160,000 square foot shell to the 147,000 square foot facility now ...


The Web's New Gold Mine: Your Secrets

The Wall Street Journal 01.08.2010
The Web's New Gold Mine: Your Secrets

A Journal investigation finds that one of the fastest-growing businesses on the Internet is the business of spying on consumers.

Wal-Mart Radio Tags to Track Clothing

MIGUEL BUSTILLO The Wall Street Journal 23.07.2010
Wal-Mart Radio Tags to Track Clothing

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. plans to roll out sophisticated electronic ID tags to track individual pairs of jeans and underwear, the first step in a system that advocates say better controls inventory but some critics say raises privacy concerns.


Smuggled iPads Set to Flood China as Sales Start in Hong Kong

For Wang Pingdao, each day Apple Inc. waits to introduce its latest gadgets in China means extra profit from selling imported iPhones and iPads in Beijing. “The iPad is selling pretty well now,” said Wang, a salesman at the Xing Kongjian Digital M...

Apple overtakes Microsoft as biggest tech company

Apple Inc shot past Microsoft Corp as the world's biggest tech company based on market value on Wednesday, the latest milestone in the resurgence of the maker of the iPhone, which nearly went out of business in the 1990s.


Google situation in China 'seems to be stable': CEO

Google chief executive Eric Schmidt said Thursday that the Internet giant's situation in China "seems to be stable" following its decision two months ago to stop censoring Web search results.

For Apple, The Best China Strategy Was Not Having One

Paul Denlinger Forbes.com 07.05.2010
For Apple, The Best China Strategy Was Not Having One

For a long time, Apple has had a small presence in China. Windows has long been the dominant platform, and the number of Apple computers is relatively small since most Chinese considered it to be expensive and the number of applications available ...


China Wi-Max Communications, Inc. Signs Wholesale Carrier Agreement With Dragon Telecom International Limited of Hong Kong

China Wi-Max Communications signed a Wholesale Carrier Agreement with Dragon Telecom International, Ltd (DTIL). The agreement gives CHWM access to 2.5 Gbps today and can be expanded in the future to 10Gbps and 100Gbps via dual, as in protected, fi...

Verizon Adds Hong Kong Site, Consulting Services

John Rath Data Center Knowledge 29.04.2010
Verizon Adds Hong Kong Site, Consulting Services

On Tuesday Verizon announced that it is strengthening its Asia-Pacific network infrastructure by opening a second data center in Hong Kong.


Mandarin Oriental Takes Hotel Services to a New Level With Smarter Wi-Fi From Ruckus Wireless

Ruckus Wireless™, the smart mobile networking company, today announced that its ZoneFlex Smart Wi-Fi products and technologies have been selected by the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group to support a variety of guest and administrative services for it...

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Hong Kong, with an excellent information technology infrastructure, the rule of law, a robust intellectual property protection regime and free flow of information, is a desirable location for conducting high-end, high-valued-added business activit...


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On Monday night, at a grand gala dinner at the Capella Resort, Singapore, City Telecom (H.K.) Ltd. ("City Telecom"), accepted Telecom Asia's 2010 "Best Broadband Carrier" Award.

FS applauds HK biotech industry

news.gov.hk 24.04.2009
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Hong Kong is becoming an important biotech bridge between the West and the Mainland, Financial Secretary John Tsang says, adding the industry is diversifying the city's knowledge-based economy and spawning jobs.



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