Baidu, China's biggest internet search services provider, is jump-starting its international expansion by delivering a new mobile browser this year for fast-growing smartphone-user markets in Africa and the Middle East.Tuesday, 15 January, 2013, 4:15am
Beijing has been sending signals this year indicating it will soon open up ...26 Sep 2012 - 11:40pm
Metaverses offer endless playgrounds for those who want to build their own world
I avoid virtual reality worlds for one simple reason: rejection. The last time I entered one, the all-singing, all-dancing Second Life, I was jackknifed into limbo by some geek who, I suspect, was about nine years old.19 Jul 2005 - 12:00am
I avoid virtual reality worlds for one simple reason: rejection. The last time I entered one, the all-singing, all-dancing Second Life, I was jackknifed into limbo by some geek who, I suspect, was about nine years old.18 Jul 2005 - 12:00am
Being a customer of Hutchison Telecom one expects a certain level of customer service.
I subscribe to its mobile service and it causes me great frustration when I am charged for a service that one assumes should be free.14 Sep 2000 - 12:00am
Two international mobile-telephone groups with Hutchison Whampoa as a common shareholder are at loggerheads over the award of a licence in Ireland.7 Oct 1999 - 12:00am
France Telecom, part of the Global One consortium, will not apply for an ISR licence but is interested in putting its own limited network into Hong Kong if market deregulation allows.
Group executive vice-president Jacques Champeaux said this would be a natural extension of the company's work in Europe, where it was laying a network for key metropolitan business areas.1 Dec 1998 - 12:00am
NO wonder union leaders complain. Hongkong Telecom made profits last year of $17 billion, has about $15 billion in the bank and still dominates the phone market. Yet on Thursday, pleading hard times, it asked its 13,800 staff members to take a 10 per cent pay cut or face the sack.20 Sep 1998 - 12:00am
Shares in Hutchison Whampoa fell 3.79 per cent yesterday on rumours, later denied by the company, that it was set to be involved in a share placement.
Hutchison's share price fell $1.60 to $40.60 yesterday while shares in its British telecoms arm Orange were also sharply lower last night.10 Jul 1998 - 12:00am
Orange, Hutchison Whampoa's 49 per cent-owned British mobile telephone group, yesterday threw down the gauntlet to its competitors with the introduction of a new package of price cuts, services and inducements to attract customers from rival services.24 Jun 1998 - 12:00am