The wholescale migration of business and leisure interests to the online realm driven by the protracted global COVID-19 lockdowns has seen rejuvenated sales in the personal-computer sector, a development that has proven a huge boon to many of Taiwan’s high-tech manufacturers.
Little knowing just how imminently contactless‑payment facilities and anything that digitally facilitated distance-working would be mandatorily in vogue, this year’s United Kingdom Wearable Technology Show took place in those long-ago phony war months, a time when it was blithely assumed some distant Asian ailment would never have the temerity to extend its tentacles to Europe. How little we knew.
Hong Kong is about to become an electri-city, powered-up and lit-up as a quartet of electric fairs showcase the latest developments in a plethora of cutting-edge technologies.
Hong Kong is a key driver of technology in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, which strives to be an international innovation and technology hub.
Manufacturers and service providers are eager to meet the demand for smart-city goods and services as the concept moves from policymakers’ forums into the real world, and the associated technologies leave the laboratory and go on to streets and into buildings.