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15-09-2017
创科创投基金

政府已于2017年9月15日推出「创科创投基金」。该计划现正接受风险投资基金申请成为共同投资伙伴(截止日期:2018年1月15日)。简介会将于2017年10月3日于香港科学园举行,欢迎风险投资基金出席。

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18-10-2019
A revealing iPhone 11 headache

Sometimes, a mobile glitch is indicative of a much more pervasive issue. Such is the case with my recent iPhone 11 iTunes headache.I'll drill down into the details of the iTunes situation in a moment — along with a fix that Apple tech support swore didn’t exist — but the bigger problem here is the Apple experience. I've long been a fan of Apple's products, because the company's technology execution and GUI intuitiveness are exemplary. I'm not a fan of the experience delivered when upgrading — when I'm doing exactly what Apple wants to me to do. What should be a simple process is anything but.Not that this is a novel observation. My friend Jason Perlow wrote about his bad Apple Store experience last month. Having read that piece, I figured I would avoid the friction points he flagged by setting up the carrier situation beforehand and by avoiding the in-store Wi-Fi. Alas, Apple had more surprises waiting for me.To read this article in full, please click here

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17-10-2019
How the Pixel 4 epitomizes Google's hardware gamble

Allow me to play Mr. Obvious for a moment: The Pixel 4 is a phone. That much is plainly apparent — right?Hang on, though, because there's a twist: This week's Google event, at which the Pixel 4 was officially launched, wasn't really about phones. It wasn't about laptops, either. At its core, it wasn't about any hardware, in fact, despite being a "hardware event" in every outward sense.Sure, the physical products may have taken center stage, but those gadgets are ultimately all just vessels for what Google's really trying to sell us. This week's event was actually all about the Google ecosystem — and, more specifically, the Google Assistant that serves as the nucleus of almost everything Google introduced.To read this article in full, please click here

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17-10-2019
You can insure your place for as low as $5 per month with Lemonade

Anyone unfortunate enough to fall victim to a burglary or natural disaster understands just how frustrating it feels to deal with insurance companies. We spend thousands of dollars each year to ensure our property will be reimbursed in case of an emergency, so why does it take so long to receive reimbursement when we need it most? If you’ve had a poor experience waiting weeks or months for your reimbursement, or if you want to rest assured that your claims will be paid out quickly in case of a future emergency, Lemonade has you covered with rates as low as $5 per month for renter’s insurance and $25 per month for homeowner’s insurance. To read this article in full, please click here

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17-10-2019
Why 5G means new business models and user benefits

5G wireless technology will enable business opportunities that will bring new services and better performance that extend beyond the smartphone.

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17-10-2019
This month’s Win10 1903 patch throws 'unexpected error; quitting' and doesn’t play well with an Intel video driver

If you installed this month’s first Win10 version 1903 cumulative update, KB 4517389, you may be in for a couple of surprises.Mark Busby on AskWoody reported a strange bug shortly after the patch was released: After installing KB4517389 on these Windows systems, when opening 16-bit applications an error message is displayed “unexpected error; quitting.” …  After removing the update the application works fine once more.To read this article in full, please click here

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17-10-2019
Apple’s iOS 13 adoption data hints at iPhone 11 sales

Apple tells us that four weeks since launch, iOS 13 is now in use by over half of all the devices sold in the last four years; that data may also hint at the strength of its iPhone sales.Apple’s latest data shows rapid iOS adoption Since iOS 13’s release on Sept. 19, Apple’s latest data shows the following:All devices introduced in the last four years 55% of all devices introduced in the last four years use iOS 13. 38% of all devices introduced in the last four years use iOS 12. 7% of all devices introduced in the last four years use an earlier version of iOS. All devices usedTo read this article in full, please click here

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17-10-2019
Google Forms cheat sheet

Do you need to make a quiz, survey, registration form, order form or other web page that gathers feedback from co-workers, customers, or others? If so, you can design and deploy it right from your web browser with Google Forms. It’s integrated with Google Drive to store your forms in the cloud.Using the quiz formatTo read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story)

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17-10-2019
Throwback Thursday: Hardware isn’t his thing

Senior programmer says his printouts are striped, and replacing the toner cartridge didn’t help, reports a pilot fish on the scene.Junior tech is dispatched to help, sees the striped printouts, and is fairly confident that it’s a problem with the toner cartridge.And when she opens the printer, she finds that the cartridge has a long plastic ribbon hanging off the side. Problem solved, she figures, and she begins to pull the plastic strip off. But the programmer tells her, “Stop! That’s supposed to be there.”The tech, feeling especially junior, returns to the IT area and explains all to a senior tech, who tells her she’s right. “In fact, there are instructions molded into the plastic cartridge telling how to remove that strip.”To read this article in full, please click here

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17-10-2019
Can Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency survive the exodus?

After the withdrawal of seven of the 29 founding members of the Libra Association, the governing council for Facebook's planned global cryptocurrency, the project's fate  looks increasingly uncertain.PayPal, Visa, Mastercard, eBay, Stripe, Mercado Pago and Brooking Holdings have backed away from participation on the Libra Association; their hands were forced when  all members met Monday in Switzerland for formalize their commitment to the project.To read this article in full, please click here

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16-10-2019
Train to be an in-demand DevOps pro for just $39

Tech companies are always looking for more ways to increase efficiency, and today, DevOps is the way they're doing it. For the uninitiated, DevOps is a series of practices that brings software development teams together with IT operations professionals so they may create products that are both reliable and efficient. If you want to work in software development, then knowing DevOps could make all the difference.To read this article in full, please click here

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16-10-2019
Why we need Apple’s HomeKit-enabled routers

How secure are the connected smart devices you keep in your home? How much protection have you put in place, and have you even taken a minute to change your default router password?Computer says no The truth is many smart home device users (and those running connected devices in smart offices, enterprises, manufacturing and beyond) may not yet have taken stock of their security.This is a particular problem when it comes to older smart devices, many of which are still in use even though a large number of them shipped with weak or non-replaceable factory default passcodes.To read this article in full, please click here

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16-10-2019
The second round of October patches arrives — with a few twists and a new nag

On the face of it, yesterday’s dump of “optional, non-security” patches for Win10 was thoroughly boring:  KB 4520062 for Win10 1809/Server 2019 KB 4519978 for Win10 1803 KB 4520006 for Win10 1709 KB 4519979 for Win 10 1607/Server 2016  As usual, there was no second cumulative update for Win10 1903/Server 1903. If history’s any indication, that patch will likely arrive during “D Week” or “E Week” — or some other random time, later this month or early next month.To read this article in full, please click here

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16-10-2019
BrandPost: The Enterprise’s Guide to IT-as-a-Service

It shouldn’t be an all-or-nothing IT consumption conundrum: a full-blown, high-capacity data-center solution including services you don’t need, or piecemeal solutions for each capacity need from storage to databases.Cloud has alleviated many pressures on the data center, offering scalability, availability, and storage capacity, as well as cost savings. Yet some workloads and applications are better suited on premises, whether for security, compliance, or performance reasons.At the same time, having to manage both cloud and on-premises environments can create new IT headaches. That’s why some companies are considering a new model to better address consumption and capacity challenges: IT-as-a-service (ITaaS).To read this article in full, please click here

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16-10-2019
Making sense of Google's Pixelbook strategy

When I first heard about Google's Pixelbook Go laptop, I honestly didn't know what to make of it.I mean, really, can you blame me? By most meaningful measures, the Pixelbook Go is a less premium and versatile version of Google's existing, now-two-years-old Pixelbook model. It trades its predecessor's sleek and sophisticated vibe for a more mundane and less attention-grabbing appearance. (Seriously, I own the original Pixelbook, and no exaggeration: It gets noticed and commented on all the time — a mixed-bag side effect for an introvert like me.)To read this article in full, please click here

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16-10-2019
Analysis paralysis

Sales and marketing decide they need to track all user interactions with served ads, says pilot fish on the scene. How long do users stay on the ad? Which parts (and sub-parts) of the ad do they tend to hover over? Anything and everything that can be captured will be captured.One of the tech guys modifies the ads to send this information in real time to a server, which then writes it to a cloud-based storage facility. No one knows how much data is going to be generated, and the cloud option will allow for expansion as needed.Once the code is finished and deployed, it generates tons of data, all accessible to sales and marketing for analysis. The tech guy moves on to other tasks.To read this article in full, please click here

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CyberLink Vol.133 Oct 2019

Stellar speaker line-up at Cyberport Venture Capital Forum 2019 unveiled

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CyberLink Vol.132 Sep 2019

Save the Date - Cyberport Venture Capital Forum 2019 returns this November

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CyberLink Vol.131 Aug 2019

Blockchain Gamer Connects 2019 shows off best potentials of blockchain in games

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