Issue: November 08, 2010   (Archive)
Sunday, March 1, 2015   

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.

Smooth operator
Lenovo is trying to redefine business notebook computers by launching its latest version of the ThinkPad X1 Carbon.

Just doing their Jobdoh
Hong Kong's labor market has perplexing phenomena, particularly job mismatches in some key sectors of the economy. While some industries are plagued by labor shortages, about 440,000 workers are complaining about their inability to find jobs.

One cool Cat
So you've just got a new smartphone. The next stop for most users is to buy a screen protector and a case.

Hope grows on new smart farms
The Internet of Things has been a huge topic in the world of technology over the past few years. From mobility to logistics, from tourism to retail, many industries are taking advantage of the fast growth of the internet and the technology surrounding it.

A Hero's welcome
Action cameras are essential equipment for those who love outdoor activities. And the GoPro Hero 4 is undoubtedly a top choice to capture all the action either in 4K or high definition.

Spotting the travel trend
Tourists love to share their pictures on social media platforms. And with a smartphone, they can do it almost instantly. Spottly is one of many social travel applications but it stands out with its amazing sharing functions.

Twice the power
the mobile phone is so ubiquitous these days, what with the ease with which it allows users to check e-mails, send messages, browse the web, write on Facebook, take photos or play games.

Making connections
Devices are connected almost everywhere, thanks to incredible developments in information technology. Even homes can be connected at affordable costs and in the process boost energy efficiency.

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