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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.

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Skype calls in new chief executive

b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bSkype is replacing its CEO with a Cisco Systems executive, a change that may indicate the Internet calling service is closer to announcing specific plans for an initial public offering.

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BlackBerry now available through Brightstar

b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bBlackBerry users now have another avenue to get their favourite devices and accessories as Research In Motion (RIM) has appointed Brightstar Distribution Sdn Bhd as its authorised distributor here.

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How to select your next Android smartphone

IF YOU are in the market for a new smartphone, you will no doubt have spent countless hours deliberating over which handset is the right one for you.

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RIM suggests other way to eavesdrop on BlackBerry users

b>NEW YORK/b>: BlackBerry maker Research in Motion Ltd said it has no way of providing government officials with the text of encrypted corporate e-mail messages its devices serve up. But if the companies that employ BlackBerry phones want to hand over the encryption keys to their e-mail, it won't object.

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Japan to pilot digital textbooks in classrooms

b>TOKYO/b>: Japan will soon start testing electronic textbooks in primary schools, enhancing the role of information technology in the classroom for a generation of 'digital natives' born in the wired age.

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Call for Malaysia-Aussie tech tie-ups

b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: Malaysia and Australia are thousands of miles apart but they have similar goals for their ICT (information and communications technology) industries.