Mobile has been a story with unprecedented growth in Asia-Pacific. But other numbers also appear to suggest it is a “region of telecom superlatives”. The divide is not merely between broadband rich territories and broadband poor ones ; it is between broadband poor and mobile rich countries.
INTER-MEDIA （Volume 4, 2008）
2. THE INTERNET IS CLOSING
Technologies like the Internet and the PC are civic, in the sense that they depend on support and innovative outsiders to survive and grow. When civic technologies become popular enough to subvert, they need civic defense systems. How did the Internet’s openness move from virtue to vice?
NEWSWEEK （December 2008）
3. THE FUTURE IS STILL UP IN ASIAN SKIES
For satellite-service providers, the future is riding high up in the skies, especially over Asia where the growth story is seen as solid for DTH and other broadcast services. One way to grow in the Asian markets is to establish partnerships.
ASIA-PACIFIC BROADCASTING （November 2008）
4. PICTURE PERFECT
Now the technology to transmit progressively scanned images in High Definition is available, broadcasters are faced with the dilemma of whether to upgrade or stick with the interlaced system.
BROADCAST （October 31, 2008）
5. THE BEST TECHNOLOGIES OF 2008
Computer hardware and entertainment technology saw some significant advances this year ; software and games also had a big year. As 2008 draws to a close, a look back to the top tech innovators, some of which has been growing leaps and bounds.
PC MAGAZINE （December 2008）