Latest from Eileen Yu
Confessions of a paranoid Netizen
I've always resisted the idea of blogging--the thought of opening a window to my soul for the entire cyber world to peer into, somehow, just never quite appealed to me.So it was with some reluctance that I eventually took on a blogger role at ZDNet Asia, but not without recognizing that it is a necessary part of my work as a journalist on a new media platform.
Calling Asian tech startups
A new generation of almost everything is emerging--from the way we search for information and the way we tune in to music, to the way we communicate with one another, shop and transact.Tech stalwarts like IBM, HP, Cisco, Microsoft and Oracle continue to be pillars of the tech industry, but many of these new possibilities are also the resulting efforts of smaller companies, startups and individuals.
Why is free wireless still not a default service?
While much of the corporate world was reeling from the credit meltdown in the United States early this week, I was left pretty much removed from the hubbub. Tucked away in a small Chinese territory southwest of Hong Kong, I was in Macau for a much-needed vacation.
Jumping on the Web 2.0 bandwagon, blindly
It can't be easy operating a business these days. Not only do CXOs have to worry about overheads, CAPEX, OPEX and profit margins, they also have to keep up with the latest tech developments to ensure their organization continues to be seen and heard where it matters.