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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
AN APPEALS court in the United States ruled that a letter linked to Mark Hurd's abrupt departure from his post as chief of Hewlett-Packard Co should be unsealed, potentially revealing new details about his dramatic exit from the technology giant.
b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bThe National ICT Month 2011, which starts in a few days, will further enhance the business climate for the country's information and communications technology industry.
b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bCanon has new high-speed cheque scanners, the CR-135i and CR-190i. These products dovetail the ongoing adoption of improved cheque-transport technology by finanical institutions.
b>BERLIN:/bRaul Krauthausen, who has used a wheelchair since childhood, has always been uncomfortable with the services Germany provides for the physically handicapped, like special taxis and grocery delivery - saying they feel patronising and further isolate him from the able-bodied world.
b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bMachines first out-calculated us in simple math. Then they replaced us on the assembly lines, explored places we couldn't get to, even beat our champions at chess. Now a computer called Watson has bested our best at i>Jeopardy/i>!.