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Dubai introduces robot police force
THE police department of Dubai (杜拜) has introduced a new type of officer – robot cops. The public can use the touch s...
2017.06.06
Po Leung Kuk hosts tech-art exhibition
PO Leung Kuk hosted a Joint Art Exhibition (保良局聯校創意藝術展) for three days in late May to showcase technology idea...
2017.05.26
IT post sparks snooping fears
PRO-DEMOCRACY lawmakers have slammed the police, accusing officers of trying to censor internet speech by opening a new ...
2017.02.14
IT worker with an eye for nature
LINA Wong (黃莉娜) works in information technology, but she is also an amateur photographer. She has visited more than 1...
2017.01.16
HK-Shenzhen tech park gets nod
HONG Kong and Shenzhen will jointly develop an innovation and technology park on the long-disputed 87-hectare Lok Ma Cha...
2017.01.09
Question marks over STEM lessons for youngsters
COURSES related to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) are all the rage worldwide, and Hong Kong is ...
2016.11.08
China aims to be internet giant
CHINA is looking to become an internet superpower. To achieve this goal, President Xi Jinping (習近平) has asked for mor...
2016.10.13
Testing the new-age postman
One of the world’s largest package delivery companies is stepping up efforts to use drones. UPS, in partnership with ro...
2016.09.29
Study: girls better at tech solutions
A new US study shows that eighth-grade girls are better than boys at thinking through problems and using technology to s...
2016.05.20
Paralysed man moves hand again with new technology
A 24-YEAR-OLD American man was able to move and use his right hand again after being paralysed several years ago. This i...
2016.04.26
The world's first pizza delivery robot rolls out
YOU may have ordered pizzas from shops and had them delivered to your home. It is a very convenient practice. But would ...
2016.04.15
Shoes that show animated images
ANIMATED images are one of the many things that we love about technology and the computer era. What if we could put this...
2016.01.12
Mobiles increasingly becoming a pain in the neck
MOBILE devices hurt the neck of young people, chiropractors said. They said more younger people are suffering from spina...
2015.10.16
Harsh fines for too much screen time
THE Taiwanese (台灣的) government thinks kids are spending too much time in front of televisions, computers, smartphones...
2015.02.09
Poo-powered bus hits UK roads
MAYBE a new form of public transport launched in Britain (英國) should be named ‘poo-blic’ transport! The UK’s first ...
2014.12.01
Messenger app adds double blue ticks
EVEN if you do not have a smartphone, you may have heard of the mobile app WhatsApp. It lets users send texts, pictures,...
2014.11.19
3D printers are making full-sized drivable cars
FOR many years now, it has been very easy for anyone with a computer and a printer to print out a picture of car. But it...
2014.10.15
Blue LED inventors get Nobel nod
YOUR smartphone screen uses Nobel prize (諾貝爾獎) winning technology! Three Japanese(日本的 )-born researchers won the ...
2014.10.13
E-attacks triple in first half of year
ALMOST all of you are using computers or smartphones, but are you protecting yourself enough? Online security breaches h...
2014.09.26
High resell value for iPhone 6
THE announcement of the new iPhone 6 has attracted the world’s attention again! Resale prices of the almost ‘must-have...
2014.09.24
KMB to revamp stops on its routes
KOWLOON Motor Bus (KMB, 九龍巴士 ) is planning to make travelling a more pleasurable experience by revamping bus routes,...
2014.09.17
Anti-child abuse poster for kids’ eyes Charity reaches out ...
DO you think adults and children see things differently? A Spanish charity thinks so. It has developed a poster to help ...
2013.08.29
Beware of losing your privacy over apps
IF you have a smartphone, you be careful of your privacy data stored on it. The Office of the Privacy Commissioner for P...
2013.08.26
Survey: one in four students addicted to the Net
THE Internet is fun and convenient to use, but we need to be careful not to get addicted to it. A local survey has revea...
2013.08.05
Driverless cars to be tested in UK
BY the end of this year, robot cars will be tested on public roads in the United Kingdom (英國), the government says. Th...
2013.08.02
E-books could spell the end for paperbacks
HAVE you got an e-reader? E-books may overtake paper books in the near future. Recent events and figures indicate paperb...
2013.07.26
Now thats a Smarch!
IS it a phone or a watch? A group of young inventors say you can have both in one gadget! A group of university students...
2013.07.22
Electric buses in 2014 Battery-powered tests this month
EIGHTEEN electric buses will be in service in 2014 and the first batterypowered bus will be tested this month, said Evan...
2012.10.10