Articles about Hong Kong
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.
City will be the first in Asia-Pacific to have dual mode TD- and FDD-LTE network when China Mobile Hong Kong rolls out its service.
Windows and Samsung are definitely eroding Apple's popularity in the world's largest smartphone market as the latter, which is making tons of profits in the territory, is still treating China like a lower-end market.
Despite Apple adopting the lottery ordering system for iPad mini and iPad 4 in Hong Kong, the sufficient stocks suggest its latest tablet isn't really viewed a hotcake item among Chinese people.
Scalpers are reselling iPhone 5 up to US$1,550 per set due to scarce supply in the city.
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Apple has raised its unlocked iPhone 5 retail prices--by about 10 percent over the previous generation--in Hong Kong, the duty-free harbor in which the company's products were previously priced lowest in the world.
The three countries are among the first wave of nine markets worldwide that will sell Apple's latest smartphone on Sep. 21, but not all telcos may be supporting its LTE capability.
Hong Kong airlines deploys ARINC's advanced information management system to all its Airbus and Boeing Aircraft, which helps increase operational efficiency in flights and across organization.
Apple's digital store offering sought-after content and easy payment method fuels competition with brick-and-mortar merchants, especially in markets such as Hong Kong and Japan, observers say.
Young employees in region more reliant on mobile devices, willing to circumvent corporate policies on BYOD as they believe it is a "right", survey finds.
Japanese electronics maker allegedly hid more than US$124.19 million of taxes for three years by overcompensating a Hong Kong company for exiting overseas mobile phone business, report notes.
Multi-screen service essential for customer acquisition and retention amid changing consumption habits toward on-demand and mobile, and bundling most profitable business model, industry watchers say.