A week in tech; part 2

A round up of tech news in China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia.

A week in China tech

Hardware

- The annual result for Legend last week highlighted some transitional risks the firm had to face in its quest to be the next Dell in China. Legend started branching out to develop computer and technology-related businesses. Last year, Legend made a HK$33 million $4.2 million provision on a 40% stake in Yestock, and the company saw drastic profit deterioration in its handset manufacturing business in the first three months of this year. Two months ago, Legend re-branded its products Lenovo to generate growth outside China. Legend Group president and chief executive Yang Yuanqing believed the company had strengthened core competencies in the past...

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