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WD shows off high-capacity hard drive

WESTERN Digital has unveiled a 750GB hard drive for notebooks called the Scorpio Black.

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More than just good looks

Samsung wants you to have the best of both worlds with the SF410 notebook which looks good and performs great.

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FalconStor picks KL for regional office

b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bFalconStor Software Inc, a company that specialises in disk-based data protection, has opened an office here to serve the South Asia region

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Google awards RM320mil to Schmidt

b>NEW YORK:/bGoogle Inc. has awarded US$100mil (RM320mil) worth of equity to Eric Schmidt, who is stepping aside as CEO but will stay with the company as executive chairman.

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Asus bets on several forms to win Tablet fans

b>LAS VEGAS/b>: Taiwan's AsusTek Computer Inc plans to start selling an array of Tablet computers - including hybrids that sit somewhere between a laptop and a Tablet - with the hope that variety is the best weapon against Apple Inc's iPad and other similar gadgets.

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Screen that screams BIG

LG ELECTRONICS has come out with probably the largest 3D TV yet. It's a whopping 72in screen. Illuminated by a full panel of LEDs (light emitting diodes) directly behind the screen, the LZ9700 promises viewers humongous onscreen action in 3D.

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Gaming gets physical

Microsoft and Sony attempt to shake up the gaming world with their motion-sensing peripherals.

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SAP hit by shocking RM4bil verdict in Oracle trial

b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bA federal jury ordered SAP AG to pay US$1.3bil (RM4.2bil) to its archenemy Oracle Corp for stealing customer-support documents and software in a scheme to siphon off customers.

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Ellison: Oracle has RM13bil case against SAP

b>OAKLAND (California)/b>: Oracle Corp CEO Larry Ellison turned up the pressure in an industrial espionage trial by testifying that archenemy SAP AG should have paid US$4bil (RM13bil) for licences to Oracle software.

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What’s in store for Java

ORACLE Corp is working to make the Java programming language more user friendly to help increase software developer productivity.