Issue: May 10, 2006   (Archive)
Tuesday, April 28, 2015   

New model offers improved features
The Canon EOS M3 is the third model under the same M family, with many improved features.

Get with the program
Hong kong is experiencing a serious shortage of talent in information and communications technology. While there is no short-term solution, Cyberport is looking to devise strategies for the longer term.

On the horns of a Tauri
Those who own a Lamborghini probably want a mobile phone that commands as much attention.

Rolling along merrily
With the high penetration of smart devices, communication is no longer limited to just a peer-to-peer format. Netizens tend to share everything online through social media platforms, and almost everyone apparently has at least one account among the following: Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Flickr and Tumblr. You name it.

Parrot takes to the skies with special Spider
Parrot has quickly established itself in the skies for civilian drones by pricing its models from HK$1,000 to more than HK$6,000 for the drone itself and the controller.

Dragon cuts red tape
Many businesses usually find it either expensive or tedious to deal with legal documents. For smaller companies, owners would probably want to focus on business and product development, but legal issues are inevitable.

Charge of the smart brigade
Users of smartphones must have come across this problem: in the middle of a high-resolution, power-burning action game, a red sign pops out warning that the battery is about to die. You then reach for an external battery only to discover you have forgotten to recharge it.

Fixes for the weakest link
The internet has become an essential part of our lives - everything can be connected to form a huge network. Technology gurus call it the "Internet of Everything," including communications between machines, transferable content between online and offline worlds, and controlling not-so-smart machines with smart devices.

Take Charge of your life
Wearables are the next big market that technology giants will be targeting. While some makers have launched multipurpose smartwatches, others are focusing on improving a person's lifestyle by these devices. Take, for instance, Fitbit.

Cool moves on data scene
Hong Kong has a reputation for being one of the Asia-Pacific region's leading data center hubs, thanks to the SAR's well-developed network infrastructure that keeps stability and speed of communications at a top-notch level.

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