Journey to the east at CommunicAsia 2010

Journey to the east at CommunicAsia 2010

Summary: photo ZDNet Asia captures some interesting technologies from China and Korea which are exhibited at this week's CommunicAsia tradeshow.


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  • COMMUNICASIA, SINGAPORE--The logo and font of China's Silicon Valley, Z-Park, resemble the ones used in Beijing Olympics 2008. The pavillion features technologies from companies operating in the technology zone.

    Photo by Liau Yun Qing

  • This US$300 e-reader from Datang Telecom supports PDF, Microsoft Word as well as .txt files. Unlike the Amazon Kindle which is sold off the shelf (off the e-shelf, to be more precise), Datang Telecom's e-reader is available via partnering telcos (such as China Mobile for the set above) which will then include value added services such as pushing recommended book links to the users. The e-reader currently supports English, Chinese, Russian and Spanish.

    Photo by Liau Yun Qing

Topics: Software, Apps, Enterprise Software, Hardware, Mobility, Tablets

Liau Yun Qing

About Liau Yun Qing

The only journalist in the team without a Western name, Yun Qing hails from the mountainy Malaysian state, Sabah. She currently covers the hardware and networking beats, as well as everything else that falls into her lap, at ZDNet Asia. Her RSS feed includes tech news sites and most of the Cheezburger network. She is also a cheapskate masquerading as a group-buying addict.

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