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Harman/Kardon HK 3480

Harman's virtual-surround processing trumps the stereo-receiver competition on the home-theater front.

By April 28, 2005

3.5 stars Editors' rating April 28, 2005

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McAfee: Beware the .hk domain, among others

Security company's new report ranks riskiest and safest domains on the Internet. Damage from risky sites runs from the "apocalyptic to the annoying."

By June 3, 2008

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No, sorry, the 'HK-47' is a joke

BoingBoing links to a post about a Hello Kitty assault rifle. Psst, it's not real.

By October 19, 2007

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NEC to digitize Hong Kong's ID records

By Nawaz Marican NEC Hong Kong has won a contract from Hong Kong's Immigration Department to digitize the records of 12 million people. "We will convert all data stored at the Immigration Department since its inception," an NEC representative said in an interview. The Immigration Department was established in 1961. According to the Census and Statistic Department, Hong Kong has a population around 6.7 million. The NEC project will include the records of deceased and migrated individuals. The endeavor, which is expected to take two-and-a-half years to complete, is said to be worth $12.45 million (HK$97.1 million) and will involve the transfer of records from microfilm and paper to CD-ROMs, the representative said. Additionally, NEC said it will build a local area network (LAN) for the department, a project that involves integrating more than 100 servers and workstations and setting up software for electronic data conversion and scanners for microfilm and paper, as well as establishing security systems and technical support. The contract is the company's first in the government sector. Staff writer Nawaz Marican reported from Singapore.

By January 2, 2002

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Officials make arrests, seize stolen CPUs

Customs officers arrest 17 men and women and seize HK$6 million (U.S. $773,000) worth of re-marked CPUs in separate raids on workshops in Kowloon Bay and Cheung Sha Wan.

By July 2, 1999