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  1. Camera spoils punchy handset

    Posted Oct 25th 2004, 12:00am by Stuart Biggs

    ... STUART BIGGS Product: Sony Ericsson P910i smartphone Price: $5,980 Pros: Screen resolution, increased memory, clear interface Cons: No megapixel camera, small keypad The difference is in the number. Whereas 12 months ago Sony Ericsson's P900 smartpho ...

  2. VTech joins fray with tablets for children

    Posted Feb 12th 2011, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Bien Perez VTech Holdings, the world's largest manufacturer of cordless telephones, has entered the fast-growing media tablet market with an offering that is strictly for children- the InnoPad. The company, which is also a leading global supplier of electronic learning toys, described the InnoPad as a multimedia educational tablet computer for children aged four to nine years. ...

  3. Should young children be allowed a Facebook account?

    Posted Nov 03rd 2010, 12:00am by Matthew Murchie

    ... and bad language they come across on Facebook? The problem with young children having a Facebook account is they cannot decide what is harmless and what is unsafe. They are exposed to a variety of dangers- from child molesters to cyber bullies- yet they are far too young to cope with them. Another serious problem is that Facebook can be addictive and young children could spend hours on it, ...

  4. letters

    Posted Oct 06th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Green buses would greatly benefit HK KMB is trying out a bus which runs on electricity and, it is claimed, emits zero emissions. The company has leased the bus from a Shanghai company for six months to see how it will do on Hong Kong's roads. It plan ...

  5. Net users could be hit with higher fees following quake

    Posted Jan 08th 2007, 12:00am by Agnes Lam, Martin Wong

    ... the speed of the internet now and before [the earthquake],' he said. The professor said Hong Kong people were like 'spoiled children', who enjoyed probably the best internet services ...

  6. Comment - Letters

    Using technology to manage divorce

    Posted Mar 03rd 2013, 12:00am by LETTERS

    ... on how technology can help co-parenting within divorced or separated families for the benefit of the children involved. The article cites Google Calendar, Skype, apps, text messaging, online ... together parenting schedules. These can be tailor-made with plenty of detail and fitting to the lifestyle of the children in question. They provide certainty and stability for the co-parents ...

  7. Balancing family values and children's privacy

    Posted Oct 02nd 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... treaty in the world. But there is a debate about where to draw the line between children's rights and the rights and responsibilities of parents. Lawmakers in Hubei have added fuel to it with a provincial juvenile protection law that forbids parents checking their children's mobile phone text messages, e-mails or online chat records without permission. This goes further than a national ...

  8. Renren eyes mobile growth as losses continue

    Posted Aug 09th 2012, 12:00am

    ... in revenue to US$44.82 million from the previous year. Renren posted a net loss of US$13.6 million in the first quarter that spoiled a 56 per cent revenue growth to US$32.08 million in the same ...

  9. Warning on phone danger to children

    Posted Apr 05th 2008, 12:00am by Liz Gooch, Will Clem

    ... Lai Ying-kit, Will Clem and Liz Gooch Evidence mounts on risk of mobiles Health officials have warned that children should avoid using mobile phones unnecessarily after an Australian study ... possible and children should only use mobiles in emergencies. 'There is a significant and increasing body of evidence for a link between mobile phone usage and certain brain tumours. The link ...

  10. Children and parents clashing over Web habits, says survey

    Posted Apr 03rd 2006, 12:00am by Andy Chen

    ... she said. Mrs Lam is not alone in her struggle to cope with children surfing the Web. A survey of 1,906 pupils and their parents between October and November last year found many parents resorted to extreme behaviour, including beating and cutting the power to computers, in order to drag their children away from the screen. 'Even though I locked the computer in another room ...




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