Issue: November 08, 2010   (Archive)
Monday, July 28, 2014   




Group winners unveil their ideas
Kindergarten Group: Chan Mon-che

Doodle your message
Tech giant Google not only searches for talent in its own field, it sometimes keeps a lookout for those who are good in art and design.

Room to vroom
Gamers are always looking for a more realistic experience in video games and developers are pushing the boundaries in hardware development.

Nokia launches one for the Il-Lumia-nati
Nokia has put another affordable version of its Lumia series - the 630 - on the market.

Pirate fighters keep grip
Licensed software is expensive for many reasons, and the most important one is security. While users realize that the risks of security threats increase with pirated copies, many of them still don't mind taking the chance.

Wearable devices the hot pick at Computex
A new generation of wearable technology is promising not only to log data about users' health but to predict and avert crises - from drivers falling asleep at the wheel to runners wearing themselves out in a marathon.

Smart moves
Vancouver is turning into a "smart" city as many tech giants are setting up shop in the Canadian west coast city. Sony Pictures Imageworks, one of the largest visual effects studios in Hollywood, for instance, is leaving its home base in California and moving to Vancouver.

Samsung has the right kind of curves
When surround sound was first introduced, it was hailed as a game changer. Now, Samsung has created another game changer - a television that enables you to feel like you are right at the center of the action.

Digital rights - and wrongs
With numerous platforms available, sharing videos online is getting easy. Simply pick up a smartphone, record a clip and upload it to those websites - and it can go viral within hours. YouTube, currently the largest platform for this purpose, has more than 100 hours of videos being uploaded every minute.

Bringing our wild birds to hand
Hong Kong is often called a concrete jungle but actually the SAR has a stunning diversity of avifauna.



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