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  1. CityU 4G project sure to be a crowd pleaser

    Posted Dec 28th 2010, 12:00am by Elaine Yau

    ... Elaine Yau A sudden surge of phone users in crowded spots at festive times sometimes overwhelms communications networks, preventing fun-seekers from sending greetings and dampening ... co-ordinator, said their smart 4G antenna with a wide bandwidth spanned a much wider frequency spectrum than current 3G technology. 'Technologies like Wi-Fi, 2G and 3G are situated at different ...

  2. Jammed phone lines frustrate expats trying to check on loved ones

    Posted Mar 12th 2011, 12:00am by Adrian Wan, Amy Nip, Simpson Cheung

    ... will be very high.' He said he tried to phone his parents in Nagoya for three hours until he finally got in touch and found they were alright. 'Obviously on this kind of occasion it is really ...

  3. Village committee made money from phone antennas

    Posted Sep 20th 2010, 12:00am by Simpson Cheung

    ... that mobile phone reception was poor, so we actively contacted the operators and asked them to install some transceivers here as we wanted to do something to benefit the villagers,' he said. ... was hurt.' He said the antennas also affected television, Wi-fi and cordless phone reception. 'I even needed to reorganise my home's interior to be able to watch television,' he ...

  4. Outcry after Sichuan changes phone tunes to quake music

    Posted Jul 10th 2010, 12:00am by Fiona Tam

    ... Fiona Tam Angry mobile phone and landline users from Sichuan have accused the authorities of acting as if the Cultural Revolution never ended by ordering tens of million of users to change their phones' musical themes to one of five officially sanctioned earthquake memorial songs. The five musical themes, which will be heard by callers from this week when calling any Sichuan mobile ...

  5. Transport and phone networks left in chaos

    Posted May 13th 2008, 12:00am by Chloe Lai

    ... substations and five power plants disconnected from the power grid, a State Grid official said. Communications and traffic in nearby Shaanxi and Gansu provinces were also disrupted. Phone calls to and from the affected areas were almost impossible but some were able to communicate with the outside world by internet. China Mobile, the country's biggest mobile phone operator, said up ...

  6. letters

    Posted May 19th 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... smart. This proves that studying is a fight for high marks, and not about learning. However, I don't think that those who obtain top grades in examinations are the best of the lot. Only ... management and manpower allocation. Nowadays anybody can be a filmmaker, with people even taking videos with mobile phones. The new studio will be a good place for students to practise what ...

  7. Telecoms extends reach of medical care to world's remotest regions

    Posted Feb 15th 2005, 12:00am by Stuart Biggs

    ... or 'smart guy' in Hindi, set out in 2002 to bridge the gap between hospital and patient using software running on handheld devices. An early project in Dr Kumar's native India equipped ... patients' information on individual smart cards so that they will receive the correct health care regardless of which clinic they attend. Dr Kumar's vision is to extend the reach and efficiency ...

  8. Telecoms extends the reach of doctors

    Posted Feb 14th 2005, 12:00am by Stuart Biggs

    ... to the home and ultimately into the hands of the patient,' he said. Dimagi, or 'smart guy' in Hindi, set out in 2002 to bridge the gap between hospital and patient using software ... of Care. Using Dimagi software, health-care workers extract and store patients' information on individual smart cards so that they will receive the correct health care regardless of which ...

  9. Shaken up

    Posted Mar 15th 2011, 12:00am by Vivian Chen

    ... with Vivian Chen When the earthquake happened, I was in my room on the fourth floor. I was calm at first but it was shaking so hard I could barely stand straight. So my assistants and I ran downstairs. The phone wasn't working but fortunately there was a 3G network. So I checked my weibo (Chinese equivalent of twitter) and found out more about the quake. The aftershocks ...

  10. Obey the law, top Sichuan official tells HK journalists

    Posted Mar 07th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... journalist said she was pushed around and her mobile phone was confiscated by Chengdu police when she was covering Tan's sentencing. Her phone was returned after she agreed to delete all photos. ...




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