Doug Nairne

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Microsoft starts drive to improve image
Indian pioneer dismisses superlatives in favour of pushing his nation forward
How to be flush with information
15 Aug 2000 - 12:00AM
How to be flush with information
Microsoft HK lobbies Xbox
13 May 2002 - 12:00AM
Microsoft HK lobbies Xbox
Latest survey of surfers makes mockery of any aspirations to regional hub status
High-school entrepreneur gets down to Net business
Net users click with Yahoo!'s wares
Nice Systems set to expand with focus on call centres
Message personalised as people tune out
Web-activity watchers launch high-stakes competition to inform advertisers about surfers' habits in Asia
Business cannot ignore the speed and spread of the Internet, or its pitfalls
'Beached whale' looks to improve understanding of its capabilities
A growing number of online companies collect users' personal data without warning or seeking their consent
I-Quest to meet investors tomorrow to decide how to proceed with restructuring in the face of financial trouble
Keyboard survives to type another day as words sound better than they print
Struggling HK portal to lay off staff as it revamps
Adult Net sites a big turn-on
6 Feb 2001 - 12:00AM
Adult Net sites a big turn-on
Springboard provides balance and speed
Recent offerings from Gateway and Dell bring no excitement to laptop scene
A good starting point now that the bugs have been eradicated
A real head-turner, but looks come at a price
Microsoft in talks with property companies on leading-edge, fully wired homes
HK surfers prefer life in fast lane
Indian leader offers way out from 'crisis of abundance' for the IT industry
3Com asks world for its opinion
10 Oct 2000 - 12:00AM
3Com asks world for its opinion
Copycat dotcom hit by hackers
14 May 2001 - 12:00AM
Copycat dotcom hit by hackers
Gossip-site patrons pledge cash to help mount effective defence against libel writ
Net shopping in HK fails to deliver
Investors pull plug on broker
22 May 2001 - 12:00AM
Investors pull plug on broker
A government clampdown and tougher intellectual property laws have reduced, but fail to stop, the illicit trade