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Match me a tuition teacher

The process of searching for tuition teachers is taking on a new form in the 21st century, writes TAN EE-LYN.


Intel leaps ahead in high-tech content

THE Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas is about new technology and, in that respect, Intel Corp had a treat for consumers and the industry.

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Central government website formally opens

THE website of China's central government, I>>, opened formally yesterday following a three-month trial operation.


Government dealings just a click away

Thinking of paying your utility bills and traffic summonses, or getting an application form for a passport? Just log in to the myGovernment portal at a href= target=on_top>>.


Microsoft's big push into online services

SAN FRANCISCO: Microsoft Corp. unveiled a new strategy to move software and services online, seeking to fend off a growing threat from Google Inc. and other nimble upstarts born on the Internet.


A chance to test drive bank’s online services

FOR bank customers who want the convenience of online banking but still do not feel confident enough about using the service yet, there is a software simulation solution they could try to help them make up their mind.


Armchair shopping

Americans shop for groceries online, Korea has cyber shopping malls and Malaysians buy cheap airline tickets on the Net. TAN LEE KUEN talks to those who've already made the leap into Internet shopping.

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Stopping identity theft

IDENTITY card numbers splashed across newspaper advertisements are likely to be a thing of the past, as the Government moves to tighten disclosure rules amid growing concerns about identity theft.


DiGi sees 100,000 users for new service

DIGI.COM Bhd expects to record 100,000 users of its new Bahasa-based service, RentaQ, by year-end, said general manager Yohani Yusof.


CCM expects online services to be ready next year

The Companies Commission of Malaysia (CCM) expects its online services to be ready by the end of next year, said chairman Datuk Seri Talaat Husain.