Articles about Hong Kong
After huge success in the Japanese market, adultery website Ashley Madison is now making a push to mainland China by testing the waters in Hong Kong.
Over half in Hong Kong have used at least three platforms to do research before making their online purchases, with personal computers still the most common transaction platform, reveals GfK Retail survey.
The three Asian markets are the origin of Web threats such as spam, phishing e-mail and Web sites, botnets, and servers hosting malicious content.
Officials from Singapore, Hong Kong, and South Korea point out companies remain concerned over cloud security, and stress education and common understanding is needed to overcome this hurdle.
Music streaming service launches in Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong, and is betting legally-free music will subsequently compel users to pay for content and eradicate music piracy in the region.
Government plans to build data centers in subterranean caverns a bid to find new space, but finding suitable sites may be difficult and construction may have an environmental impact on water tables.
The biggest telecom carrier in China, and the world, China Mobile has been criticized for offering far cheaper monthly service plans in Hong Kong than mainland China, triggering much discontent among Chinese customers.
Falling cost of printers and the business case for using 3D imaging to create product prototypes more efficiently will help drive the technology toward mainstream adoption. But, its use must first be simplified.
Alibaba, one of China's largest e-commerce businesses, could be going public this year, causing tech analysts to wonder how Yahoo will play into this.
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Hong Kong-based telco spends US$1.16 billion to up its stake in monopoly landline operator Companhia de Telecommunicacoes de Macau, to a total of 99 percent, as part of wider plans to expand in Greater China.
Hong Kong operator launches its mobile TV service in a bid to increase revenue from smartphone subscribers by boosting data traffic.
Country's cybersecurity center will prevent and detect computer crime by monitoring network traffic, and assist critical infrastructure operators in the event of a cyberattack.
Those charged were from five gangs and had smuggled 162,000 mobile phones--a majority of which were iPhones worth of US$79 million--and committed for tax evasion amounting to US$8.68 million.
The 28-year-old had planned to use the photographs and video of the hack last year to promote the DoS prevention services of his firm, Pacswitch Globe Telecom.