CommunicAsia2006: It's a wrap!

CommunicAsia2006: It's a wrap!

Summary: weekly roundup What's the news this week? CommunicAsia, CommunicAsia, CommunicAsia.

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weekly roundup What's the news this week? CommunicAsia, CommunicAsia, CommunicAsia.

The four-day show opened on Tuesday, and it will have seen more than 60,000 delegates and visitors walk through its doors when the show closes at the end of the day.

The ZDNet Asia team has been exhaustively covering key conference tracks and industry dialogs, and providing day-by-day reporting from the show floor. Quite frankly, we've had CommunicAsia coming out of our ears.

Fortunately, it wasn't all work. Armed with their trusty Polaroid shutters, our roaming reporters took some time out to capture shots of interesting booths and visuals at the show--and they're not all on the booth babes.

And you might want to check out our blogs, and find out what we had to say about some behind-the-scenes gossip.

Also, check out our Web cast dialogs with four senior executives from Wikipedia Foundation, Yahoo, Ovum and Huawei. See what these industry players have to say about the latest broadband trends, free-to-edit Wikis, "consumerprise", and falling operator revenues.

In other non-Communic headlines this week, it is good news for e-tailers and outsourcing vendors in Asia. Open-source fans also have reason to rejoice, while RFID has a ball.

Topic: CommunicAsia

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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.

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