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NEC beefs up its retail solutions

b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bNEC Corporation has launched the G5 and G7 models of its TwinPos G series of point-of-sale (POS) product line to cater to the changing demands of the local retail market.


Google urges local sites to cater to mobile users

b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: It has become critical for local sites to be optimised for the mobile web, according to the findings of a new study by Google.


BlackBerry maker delays Tablet update in new setback

b>TORONTO/b>: RIM won't upgrade the software for its much-maligned PlayBook Tablet computer until February, months behind schedule, and the new version still won't feature the popular BlackBerry Messenger application.


ABAF to give angel investors better wings

b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bThe Asian Business Angel Forum (ABAF), to be held in Malaysia next year, is expected to help revive the local angel-investor segment.


Yang eyes Yahoo buyout with private equity

b>NEW YORK/SAN FRANCISCO/b>: For the last few years, a widely circulated joke about Jerry Yang was that he had the best tan in Silicon Valley from all the time he spent on Stanford University's golf course.


Software audits could be mandatory

b>PETALING JAYA/b>: Antipiracy watchdog the Business Software Alliance (BSA) and the Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumerism want to make software audits mandatory for companies.


World’s first 3D mobile browser to debut LG’s Optimus 3D

SOUTH Korean consumer electronics maker LG announced that its forthcoming glasses-free LG Optimus 3D smartphone would adopt the futuristic i>Wikitude 3D/ibrowser.


Sourcefire opens office in Malaysia

b>PETALING JAYA/b>: Cybersecurity expert Sourcefire Inc has opened an office in Malaysia to better serve its two distributors and 15 resellers here. Previously, services and support were handled by its regional headquarters in Singapore.


Fujitsu’s new notebooks

Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific has announced its 2011 lineup of new notebooks and this year the emphasis is on green computing.


Security firm learns limits of security tech

b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bTop-level data breaches often start at the bottom of the ladder. That's a lesson RSA, one of the world's premier computer security firms, learned the hard way.