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Opinion

Handling social media disasters

Social media can be a powerful tool to promote your goods or services, but the online world is unpredictable and no matter how good a brand is, there will be someone hating it.

TECH

RIM bullish about prospects in Asian markets

b>ORLANDO (Florida)/b>: RIM's growth in the Asia Pacific market has been almost mercurial in some countries such as Indonesia, where in the space of five years, BlackBerry smartphones have gone from marginal sales to become the number one smartphone sold.

TECH

What’s too big or small for smartphones?

b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: With scores of smartphones available, one obvious way for them to stand out is with size. Two new phones take that to extremes: HP's tiny Veer 4G and Samsung's massive Infuse 4G.

TECH

Facebook apps leaked data

b>NEW YORK/b>: Security firm Symantec has discovered a security flaw in Facebook that inadvertently gives advertisers and other outside parties access to people's accounts.

TECH

Surprises at BlackBerry World

b>ORLANDO (Florida)/b>: The BlackBerry World conference in Florida this year not only had the usual hardware introductions and developer sessions, but also featured a couple of surprises, like the appearance of Microsoft's Steve Ballmer plugging Bing on the BlackBerry and an interesting albeit esoteric talk on innovation by writer Malcolm Gladwell and Segway inventor Dean Kamen.

TECH

Office Web Apps now officially available

b>PETALING JAYA/b>: After all the beta releases and soft launch events, Microsoft's Office Web Apps is now officially available to Malaysians.

World

After 10 years, what gave bin Laden away?

LONDON (Reuters) - Osama bin Laden's decade on the run after 9/11 may have come to its end in part because his large hideout reportedly lacked a phone and Internet connection -- an unusual absence likely to have drawn investigators' curiosity.

World

After 10 years, what gave Osama bin Laden away?

LONDON (Reuters) - Osama bin Laden's decade on the run after 9/11 may have come to its end in part because his large hideout reportedly lacked a phone and Internet connection -- an unusual absence likely to have drawn investigators' curiosity.

Lifestyle

Smart excuses

Technology can either strengthen or weaken social bonds. It's all about how you use it.

Lifestyle

Smart excuses

Technology can either strengthen or weaken social bonds. It's all about how you use it.