It’s no secret that young Asians love technology, but how exactly are they using it? Exclusive new data reveals how they combine digital media, and how their digital diet varies by country.
DIGITAL MEDIA （April 2008）
2. NOMADS AT LAST
Wireless communication is changing the way people work, live, love and relate to places and to each other. A 14-page special report on mobile telecoms.
THE ECONOMIST （April 12, 2008）
3. IPTV HEADS FOR RAPID DEPLOYMENT WORLDWIDE
IPTV is approaching the “hockey stick” point, where a line graph of the number of subscribers turns suddenly upward like the bend in a hockey stick, according to most industry observers.
ASIA-PACIFIC BROADCASTING （April 2008）
4. THE NEXT BIG THING?
First music, now books in snack-like portions are available for download to wireless gadgets. Are ebooks ready to hit the big time?
CHARGED （April 2008）
5. THE BROWSER BUNCH
It used to be that Web browsers were just a way to browse the Web. But the Internet is no longer just a huge online library. It’s also a shopping mall, television, workshop, school, and community centre. Today’s Web browsers are talented multitaskers.
MACWORLD （May 2008）
6. TAPPING THE ONLINE MARKET
Hulu, the video-on-demand portal of NBC Universal and News Corporation that recently launched marks the first wholesale move by any US network into online distribution.
BROADCAST （April 11, 2008）
7. THE TECHNOLOGICAL NEWSROOM
File-based workflows and automation help TV newsrooms get streamlines and launch High Definition. Broadcast news operations today are facing disparate challenges.
BROADCASTING & CABLE （March 24, 2008）