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Apple shares RM294bil cache

b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bApple Inc CEO Tim Cook, moving swiftly after taking over from late Silicon Valley icon Steve Jobs, fulfilled a longstanding desire of investors by initiating a quarterly dividend and share buyback that will pay out US$45bil (RM135bil) over three years.

Apple to decide fate of its cash mountain

b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bApple Inc, the world's most valuable company, is poised to confront one of the biggest questions in corporate America: What it plans to do with its US$98bil (RM294bil) cash hoard.

Fan-funded Wasteland 2 gets off to flying start

As the Double Fine team celebrates fan generosity in raising US$3.3mil (RM9.9mmil) for its next game project, i>Wasteland 2/isets out on a journey towards US$900,000 (RM2.7mil) of development funding.

NZ court rejects bid to rejail Megaupload boss, frees cash

b>WELLINGTON/b>: The founder of the online filesharing site Megaupload.com has asked a New Zealand court to free nearly US$250,000 (RM750,000) in frozen assets to pay for living expenses, including nannies and bodyguards, as a bid by the United States to put him back behind bars was thrown out of court.

Yahoo!-Alibaba talks at an impasse

b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: Talks between Yahoo! Inc and China's Alibaba over the US Internet giant's Asian assets have hit an impasse, throwing their plans for a US$17bil (RM51bil) tax-free asset swap into question, according to sources briefed on the situation.

Megaupload founder refused bail in New Zealand

b>WELLINGTON/b>: A New Zealand court refused an appeal by the founder of online filesharing site Megaupload.com to be freed on bail on Friday, agreeing with prosecutors there was a risk he would attempt to flee before an extradition hearing.

The anti-contrarian on Apple’s high

b>NEW YORK:/bApple's first quarter in the post-Steve Jobs era was a success. It sold more than 37 million iPhones and some 15.5 million iPads during its last quarter.

iPhone app lets users follow roaming great white sharks

b>LOS ANGELES:/bThe great white shark is lurking in cyberspace, in the form of an iPhone application that allows users to track a dozen of the predators as they roam around the Pacific Ocean.

Yahoo! names PayPal’s Thompson as CEO

b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: Yahoo! named PayPal president Scott Thompson as its chief executive on Jan 4, hoping the well-regarded Internet technology and e-commerce expert will replicate his success at eBay and turn around the struggling company.

Web tool to help you stick to your resolutions

If you are constantly setting goals and making resolutions only to find you have to add the same uncompleted ones to your list the following year, a new startup might help you make or break a habit - if it doesn't it will donate money to a charity.