Unlike parent company Lenovo, ZUK is trying to woo youngsters and blaze its own path. To do that it is immersing its engineers in their environment and involving youngsters in the conceptualization and design process.
The week that was: the Chinese economy clocked 7.5% growth; new home prices still in a tailspin; Shanxi-based Huatong Road & Bridge Group heads for a bond market default; and Alibaba delays its IPO. China growth picks up steam The world’s second-largest economy grew 7.5% in the second quarter, slightly faster than the 7.4% rate […]
The week that was: China’s manufacturing activity continues on its downward trend; Tencent acquires a 28% stake in South Korean gaming giant CJ Games; Alibaba launches crowdfunding product for the entertainment sector; and Hong Kong banks worried about China exposure. China’s manufacturng activity hits eight-month low China’s manufacturing activity continues to contract—and has hit an eight-month […]
Since its first appearance in a Wired article back in 2006, the term ‘crowdsourcing’ has revolutionized the world of work. Crowdsourcing, loosely defined as an arrangement in which a company outsourced work previously done by employees to a network of people, in other words, a ‘crowd’, covers a variety of applications today ranging from attempts […]
Once upon a time, two IT workers quit their jobs and ran off to Lhasa, Tibet, to start a youth hostel. But they were short on money. So they went to a fairy godmother named DemoHour who took pity on them and granted their wish. Rarely seen in recent years, fairy godmothers like DemoHour have […]