The world’s biggest maker of telecommunications equipment is now a privately-owned Chinese company, Huawei (pronounced hwah-way), which reportedly surpassed the earnings of Ericsson and Cisco in the first half of 2012. The innovation and tenacity of China’s first global tech giant has seen it become a market leader over the past decade and bring a communications revolution to Africa. However, over the past year Western countries such as Australia and the US have called into question the company’s true motives, citing security concerns.
Rob North reports on innovative uses of social media at Sydney University and conducts an interview, over Twitter, with Dr Richard Stanton.
Young Sydneysiders want good music and great times when we go out – give that to us or we will make it happen ourselves.
Ye shall know the Engineering Student by its beard. The beard’s colour, size, and texture is associated with sexual maturity, climate, and testosterone production; generally, the darker and fuller the beard, the healthier the Engineering Student. It makes the Engineer appear wiser and more fearsome, aiding it in confrontations with its primary foe: bar management.…
The most distinctive aspect of the Law Student’s appearance is the Country Road tote bag that can commonly be found slung over its shoulder. Cutting this bag open will reveal a small tower of textbooks full of nonsense words like “mens rea”, “pari delicto”, and “defamation”. In fact, it was only when Country Road expanded…
Honi Soit’s James Alexander spoke with student entrepreneur, Marius Kramier, about his recent app launch and being an international student and starting your own company in Sydney.
Honi Soit’s 2012 USU Election infographic. In conjunction with StatSoc.
James Alexander catches up with Ryan Junee to talk startups, tech culture on campus and what it takes to create a successful company.
Sertan Saral decides that Mass Effect 3 is better than having real friends.