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  1. News - Hong Kong - TECHNOLOGY

    Macau casinos, major Hong Kong companies look at facial recognition

    Posted Apr 13th 2014, 05:08am by Lana Lam

    ... annoying and off-putting," said information ethics expert Professor Andrew Adams from Tokyo's Meiji University. "Then there's the problem of this technology being used ...

  2. Business - China Business - TECHNOLOGY

    Fund managers cast wary eye on valuations of Chinese internet firms

    Posted Feb 27th 2014, 11:56am by Ray Chan

    ... the monetisation of technology firms at the expense of traditional industries such as department store retailing. "The notion of tapping into China's rising middle class can be [applied to] other ...

  3. News - Asia - TECHNOLOGY

    Japanese researcher's 'force transceiver' transmits sense of touch

    Posted Dec 20th 2013, 10:40pm by AFP

    ... said his "force transceiver" allowed instant two-way communication of the amount of pressure being applied and the resistance it was encountering. If applied to a robot, for example, ... engineering professor at Keio University. The technology could also amplify or diminish the force being applied, he said. "We could apply this technology to do construction work that could ...

  4. Lifestyle - Technology - TECHNOLOGY

    The pros and cons of robot weapons

    Posted Mar 29th 2013, 12:00am by Jamie Carter

    ... Jamie Carter life@scmp.com Robot weapons raise questions of conduct, morals and accountability on the battlefield Machine code of war ethics It used to be called the warrior code, in which ... over from foot soldiers are capable of making appropriate decisions in a war zone. Where once there were ethics, responsibility and chivalry - at least in a basic sense - in the age ...

  5. News - Hong Kong - TECHNOLOGY

    Guzheng teacher Zou Lunlun accepts bitcoin in snub to banks and PayPal

    Posted Dec 27th 2013, 10:53am by DANNY LEE

    ... the cost of sending payments equally expensive and unpredictable. A 3.4 per cent fee is applied to the total money sent on credit cards, in addition to currency exchange and money transfer tax ...

  6. News - China - TECHNOLOGY

    Chinese scientists upbeat on development of invisibility cloak

    Posted Dec 09th 2013, 09:34am by STEPHEN CHEN

    ... cameras. "Many people have asked me if the technology can be applied on fighter jets so they can get heat-seeking missiles off their tail. Well, we may work on that," he said. Ma said ...

  7. Business - Companies - TECHNOLOGY

    Chat app accused of censoring Chinese users

    Posted Dec 02nd 2013, 05:19am by JOANNA CHIU

    ... not apply, Line is working with local partners including Circle K, Ocean Park, and Standard Chartered to expand its user base in the city, according to the spokesman. Citizen Lab researchers were ...

  8. Business - Companies - TECHNOLOGY

    Sony seeks US patent for hi-tech 'SmartWig' hairpieces

    Posted Nov 28th 2013, 04:17am by BLOOM

    ... pressure, Takahashi said. Sony had been studying new wearable devices and customers' needs for them, chief executive Kazuo Hirai said last month. The company has said it is considering applying ...

  9. News - World - TECHNOLOGY

    US army developing 'Iron Man' body armour for soldiers of the future

    Posted Oct 13th 2013, 12:00am by AFP

    ... into a solid if a magnetic or electrical charge was applied. "There is a liquid armour that they are looking at developing," said Teel, adding that scientists at MIT were studying the idea. ...

  10. News - China Insider - TECHNOLOGY

    Beijing firm registers 'Snowden' for top secret electric car technology

    Posted Aug 16th 2013, 10:45am by Amy Li

    ... Amy Li chunxiao.li@scmp.com A Beijing-based electric vehicle technology company, which claims to have made secret breakthroughs as dramatic as Edward’s Snowden’s leaks, has decided to cash in on the name of the former US intelligence agent by applying to register it as a trademark.  But trademark experts say they may not succeed because the name might be deemed as being too “political” ...




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