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How Hellobike is beating Mobike and Ofo in China’s smaller cities
Hong Kong invention that can stop earphone users going deaf

No two ears are hear the same. Aumeo adjusts sound for earphone users' left and right ears by filling in missing frequencies, 'like glasses for your ears'. It means you hear clearly at a lower volume, and could stop you losing your hearing from too much loud music.

31 Jul 2015 - 11:04AM

No two ears are hear the same. Aumeo adjusts sound for earphone users' left and right ears by filling in missing frequencies, 'like glasses for your ears'. It means you hear clearly at a lower volume, and could stop you losing your hearing from too much loud music.

Hong Kong invention that can stop earphone users going deaf
Hong Kong app takes the pain out of arranging a junk party

Booking a junk trip should be as easy as booking a hotel online, says the co-founder of Junks.hk app.

17 Jun 2015 - 6:57AM

Booking a junk trip should be as easy as booking a hotel online, says the co-founder of Junks.hk app.

Hong Kong app takes the pain out of arranging a junk party
Hong Kong storage start-ups jockey for piece of the action
WeChat allegedly censoring photos from Hong Kong protests
'Privacy-safe' search engine DuckDuckGo latest internet service to get blocked in China

Authorities appear to have blocked US-based search engine DuckDuckGo, which has enjoyed rising popularity over its privacy-oriented searches and iOS integration.

24 Sep 2014 - 9:09AM

Authorities appear to have blocked US-based search engine DuckDuckGo, which has enjoyed rising popularity over its privacy-oriented searches and iOS integration.

'Privacy-safe' search engine DuckDuckGo latest internet service to get blocked in China
'Game of Thrones' comes to China as Tencent joins forces with HBO
Tencent ready to launch China's first private internet bank, WeBank

Chinese Internet giant Tencent on Monday launched the website for what will likely be the country's first ever private internet bank.

30 Dec 2014 - 8:56AM

Chinese Internet giant Tencent on Monday launched the website for what will likely be the country's first ever private internet bank.

Tencent ready to launch China's first private internet bank, WeBank