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Huawei: Don't call us cheap

Huawei: Don't call us cheap

Chinese networking vendor says it doesn't want to be perceived as a low-cost market competitor against the likes of Cisco Systems, noting that its server price points in China are comparable to that of IBM's.

September 19, 2015 by in Servers

Hack In The Box 2012 Malaysia: Like No Other

Hack In The Box 2012 Malaysia: Like No Other

Controversial Global hacking conference Hack In The Box just celebrated its ten-year mark in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The event attracted hackers from all over the world and company participants that included Google, Mozilla, Microsoft, Amazon, sponsor 'friends' such as Megaupload, and many more.

October 16, 2012 by in Security

Life at Huawei's Shenzhen HQ: In pictures

Life at Huawei's Shenzhen HQ: In pictures

The Chinese tech giant drafts engineers straight from universities around the country to drive its huge R&D effort. What do they find when they get to Shenzhen - and more to the point, what are the canteens like?

October 5, 2012 by in China

Gallery: Mutant Clones from China

Gallery: Mutant Clones from China

One of the most interesting groups of technologists in China are the shanzhai. They form small companies which cluster together in larger groups, trying to produce new gizmos so fast that nobody can quite catch up with them.

August 4, 2009 by in China

Maxthon browser's features

Maxthon browser's features

From China, the browser has caught on in Europe, and now somewhat in the United States thanks to an appearance with Microsoft at the Consumer Electronics Show.

July 20, 2006 by in CES

Image Gallery: Future in Review 2006

Image Gallery: Future in Review 2006

Microsoft CTO Craig Mundie and Larry Smarr, director of the Califronia Institute for Telecommunications and Infromation Technology and a professor of computer science and engineering at UC-San Diego. Smarr thinks defines broadband as 10-gigabits per second.

July 20, 2006 by in China

Shai Agassi's Better Place: Rolling out the electric car to the masses

At a Churchill Club Event in Mountain View, Calif., Better Place CEO Shai Agassi discusses his systems-based model to bring the electric car to cities around the world. He talks about the challenges so far building out the company's charge spots and battery-switch infrastructure in Japan, Denmark, and Israel, and what it will take to scale in countries like China and the U.S.

July 16, 2010 by in China

Death of an analog TV

Greenpeace is predicting a spike in electronic waste as the U.S. shifts to digital television. CNET News follows a TV as it gets recycled and offers guidance on what to consider when getting rid of an old TV.

June 8, 2009 by in Mobility

Tech Awards honor techy solutions for developing world

From one-time-use syringes to fire logs made from an invasive African plant, the 2008 Tech Awards honored five innovators with $50,000 for creating technology solutions for problems in developing countries. CNET's Kara Tsuboi learns more about these seemingly simple solutions that have potential to make a big impact.

November 13, 2008 by in China

Chasing the torch through S.F.

To protest the Beijing Olympic torch's visit to San Francisco Wednesday, people came with varying perspectives and varying gadgets to capture the moment. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on how technology is changing the way people demonstrate.

April 9, 2008 by in China

Yili Group CIO: Wang Xiaogang

As the official sponsor of dairy products for the 2008 Beijing Olympics, the Yili Industrial Group in Inner Mongolia is one of the leading enterprises in China. In this Vision Series interview, IT head honcho Wang Xiaogang talks about technology challenges in a traditional environment and his vision for innovation.

December 20, 2006 by in CXO

Taking heat over censorship in China

Rep. Christopher Smith chairs the House of RepresentativesSubcommittee on Africa, Global Human Rights and InternationalOperations. At a hearing in Washington, he reads a pointed indictment ofCisco Systems, Google, Microsoft and Yahoo. Smith says the techcompanies aid repression by the Chinese government.

February 15, 2006 by in Google

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