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Keep that laptop off your lap

b>CHICAGO/b>: People who work with a laptop computer on their lap might want to rethink that habit.

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Virus attacks linked to wealthy group, nation

b>WASHINGTON/b>: A powerful computer code attacking industrial facilities around the world, but mainly in Iran, probably was created by experts working for a country or a well-funded private group, according to an analysis by a leading computer security company.

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Solve the global water crisis from your laptop

b>NEW YORK:/bHelp solve the global water crisis by leaving your laptop alone for a few hours and letting it join the millions of other computers on the Worldwide Community Grid.

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Meet Eater, the social networking plant that needs your friendship to grow

Meet Eater is a plant that craves social interaction. It has its own Facebook page and feeds off the love and attention its online friends provide.

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Bio-plastics: Cashew nut computers?

A UNIQUE plastic made from cashew nut shells could be used in consumer electronics by 2013.

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Fama brings the Internet to Kampung Bantal

b>JERANTUT/b>: Travelling to Kampung Bantal, located in Hulu Tembeling, takes more than four hours by boat, depending on the water level of Sungai Tembeling.

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Govt agencies taught to handle cyberattacks

b>SUNGAI BESI:/bThe National Security Council and Cybersecurity Malaysia are equipping the staff at government agencies with knowledge on how to deal with cyberattacks.

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Five new Lumix cameras

b>HOKKAIDO:/bPanasonic has bolstered its Lumix line of digital cameras with five new models, namely the DMC-LX5, FZ40, FZ100, FX700 and FT10.

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MDV keen to finance green technology ventures

Malaysian Debt Ventures Bhd plans to finance green and clean technology business ventures in an effort to create a viable growth area for the country.

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India unveils prototype of RM112 tablet computer

b>MUMBAI:/bIt looks like an iPad, only it's 1/14th the cost: India has unveiled the prototype of a US$35 (RM112) basic touchscreen tablet aimed at students, which it hopes to bring into production by 2011.