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  1. Business - Companies - TELECOMMUNICATIONS

    HKBN fires up city Wi-fi hot spot spree

    Posted Jan 18th 2013, 12:00am by BIEN PEREZ

    ... in selected cities on the mainland. The combined HKBN-Y5Zone Wi-fi network in Hong Kong is 7,000 hot spots. "Together, we have a common goal of building a world-class Wi-fi infrastructure ... Bien Perez bien.perez@scmp.com Fresh from a major bond offering and buying Y5Zone, Hong Kong Broadband plans to extend wireless network's reach over next 18 months HKBN fires up city ...

  2. Surge in Apple sales across China

    Posted Oct 20th 2011, 12:00am

    ... 'We are now up to over 7,000 points of sale on the iPhone in Greater China.' ... of the iPhone in 2013.' Apple last year announced plans to have as many as 25 branded stores across China by 2012. The company opened its Hong Kong flagship store last month to add to its five ...

  3. Yellow Pages eyes mainland growth

    Posted Feb 28th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... and offices. The company launched an internet directory service in 1997 and started online advertising the following year. It has about 7,000 advertisers, which contribute about 35 per cent of total ... Guangzhou and Shanghai and hoped to merge the mainland listings with its Hong Kong database, said Bernard Lee Yip-fung, president of PCCW's directory business. 'With growing demand ...

  4. News - China

    Cost of knowledge

    Posted Aug 14th 2012, 12:00am by STEPHEN CHEN

    ... net income of £767 million (HK$9.3 billion) on turnover of £6 billion. Elsevier, its Amsterdam-headquartered subsidiary, says on its website that it employs more than 7,000 people in 24 countries, and claims "a global community of 7,000 journal editors, 70,000 editorial board members, 300,000 reviewers and 600,000 authors". It also claims to "provide free or low-cost ...

  5. Sport - Hong Kong - HONG KONG SEVENS

    'Super Bowl of Rugby' suffering in a stone-age stadium

    Posted Mar 25th 2013, 12:00am by Tim Noonan

    ... in a stone-age stadium We are living in the digital age. Right, and water is wet. Point being? Point being that Hong Kong has not completely arrived in the digital age. This uber-modern shopping hub ... on emotion and enjoyment but short on high fidelity and visibility. And it certainly was no fault of the Beach Boys, or the production team that put on the show. Hong Kong Stadium simply does ...

  6. Drawing talent

    Posted Apr 30th 2012, 12:00am

    ... one issue in Hong Kong is the increasing strain on welfare resources. While the city has long prospered as a gateway to China, at the same time, issues such as mainland mothers coming over ... Ronald Man Asia is ageing. Current projections indicate that the working population in most Asian countries will decline over the coming years, if they haven't started already. ...

  7. Beijing begins testing Olympics IT systems

    Posted Aug 14th 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... links more than 60 mainland competition and non-competition venues and uses more than 900 servers, 7,000 PCs and 1,000 network and security devices. Wireless systems, for the first time, ... slated until June next year, which will be held at the 31 competition venues and six other cities. The equestrian, sailing and football preliminary events are to be staged in Hong Kong, Qingdao, ...

  8. Regina Ip suggests plotting course for high technology quicksand

    Posted Aug 29th 2006, 12:00am by Jake Van Der Kamp

    ... and I suppose she can argue that this brief shift from profit to loss helped Singapore to recover faster than Hong Kong did from the Asian economic crisis. It is certainly true that Singapore's economy did a little less poorly than Hong Kong's from 1997 to 1999, although the performance of both has been roughly in line since 1999 but I can hardly see that not losing money for a year ...

  9. United call for action over spam menace

    Posted Nov 08th 2004, 12:00am by Simon Parry

    ... SIMON PARRY Hong Kong must outlaw spam e-mails or watch businesses lose billions of dollars a year as the city lags behind other countries in tackling the menace, the government has been ... and costing Hong Kong consumers and businesses about $10 billion a year. Studies suggest employees spend more than 12 minutes a day weeding out unwanted e-mails, costing their companies more than ...

  10. United call for action over spam menace

    Posted Nov 08th 2004, 12:00am by Simon Parry

    ... in a submission from its Cyberport offices, said the spam problem in Hong Kong was 'reaching critical proportions' and costing Hong Kong consumers and businesses about $10 billion a year ... the volume of spam has risen by 35 per cent since last year, Microsoft said. Some estimates put the proportion of spam e-mail going into in-boxes as high as 80 per cent. Urging Hong Kong to follow ...




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