Eileen Yu

Eileen Yu began covering the IT industry when Asynchronous Transfer Mode was still hip and e-commerce was the new buzzword. Currently a freelance blogger and content specialist based in Singapore, she has over 16 years of industry experience with various publications including ZDNet, IDG, and Singapore Press Holdings.

Latest Posts

Real videoconferencing, at last?

I remember a time when videoconferencing was big. Hook up a TV, some camera and audio equipment to the network, and voila, one can bid adieu to long-distance travel and say goodbye forever to jetlag, right?

June 19, 2006 by Jeanne Lim

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Real videoconferencing, at last?

I remember a time when videoconferencing was big. Hook up a TV, some camera and audio equipment to the network, and voila, one can bid adieu to long-distance travel and say goodbye forever to jetlag, right?

June 19, 2006 by

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Getting a kick out of CommunicAsia

For the IT industry in Singapore, June may be synonymous with CommunicAsia, or the Great Singapore Sale, depending on your inclinations.This year, however, the 2006 FIFA World Cup takes centerstage.

June 18, 2006 by Vivian Yeo

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Getting a kick out of CommunicAsia

For the IT industry in Singapore, June may be synonymous with CommunicAsia, or the Great Singapore Sale, depending on your inclinations.This year, however, the 2006 FIFA World Cup takes centerstage.

June 18, 2006 by

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Gates closes era in computing history

weekly roundup Bill Gates will soon be closing his chapter at Microsoft. Dubbed the Thomas Watson of our generation, the company's co-founder and chief software architect this week announced plans to gradually relinquish his day-to-day responsibilities at Microsoft and focus on charity work.

June 15, 2006 by

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Gates closes era in computing history

weekly roundup Bill Gates will soon be closing his chapter at Microsoft. Dubbed the Thomas Watson of our generation, the company's co-founder and chief software architect this week announced plans to gradually relinquish his day-to-day responsibilities at Microsoft and focus on charity work.

June 15, 2006 by

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