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Cisco, Mida in development tie-up

b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: Networking equipment vendor Cisco has started an initiative with the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (Mida) that will further develop the US company's manufacturing facilities in Penang.

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Getting between teens and their screens

Are texting and Facebook really worse for kids than TV?

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More success on the cards for Zebra

b>PETALING JAYA/b>: US-based Zebra Technologies Corp has put its ZXP Series 8 card printer on the local market. It enables its user to print on plastic cards and smartcards with ease.

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Use ICT to cut CO2 emissions

b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: Fujitsu Ltd believes that the use of information and communications technology (ICT) can help cut carbon-dioxide (CO2) emissions worldwide by 15 million tons, by 2012.

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Are texting and Facebook worse for teens than TV?

b>NEW YORK/b>: Let's face it: Teenagers spend hours texting, socialising on Facebook and playing videogames. And it's driving their parents nuts.

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Move to spark innovation through use of Triz

b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: Innovative minds are the element that will save the country from being stuck in a middle-income rut and chipmaker Intel wants to introduce a new way of thinking to encourage more innovation.

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Obama signs technology access bill for disabled

b>WASHINGTON/b>: Blind and deaf people in the United States will be able to more easily use smartphones, the Internet and other technologies that are staples of life and work under a Bill just signed into law.

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MSC Malaysia Summit to make its debut

b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: The Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) will hold the first MSC Malaysia Summit, scheduled for Oct 11 to 15 at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.

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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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Web creator wants free access for all

b>LONDON:/bTHE inventor of the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee, used his keynote at the Nokia World conference to suggest that everyone in the world should be provided with a low-bandwidth connection by default.