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Clarion to offer downloadable music for its car stereo system

Access to over 18 million songs may soon be available for Malaysian drivers, with the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between Clarion Malaysia and Britain-based Prodigium Mobile.

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Resetting mindsets of the disabled

Two inspiring individuals help the handicapped bridge the digital divide.

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RedTone pushing into enterprise WiFi segment

b>PETALING JAYA/b>: RedTone International Bhd is aggressively moving forward within the enterprise space, positioning itself as a WiFi infrastructure builder that offers end-to-end solutions.

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Fighting for cyberpeace

b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: The International Multilateral Partnership Against Cyberthreats, (Impact) wants to work with the King's College war studies faculty to push the concept of cyberpeace.

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Adding more silver linings to the OneCloud

b>PETALING JAYA:/bJaring Communications in partnership with VMware is moving aggressively to stake a claim in the emerging enterprise-class cloud-based solutions market, with its OneCloud offering.

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The year that was

It was an eventful year in IT and we examine some of the highlights.

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The Malaysian microprocessor pioneers

We recently had a conversation with a friend from Penang who was surprised when we told him that many of his fellow Penangites were involved in designing the core of the current generation of Intel Core i3/i5/i7 microprocessors.

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Home for visually impaired to start programming classes

b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bStudents at Penang's St Nicholas Home, for the visually impaired, will soon be able to learn computer programming.

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Malaysia important to RIM

b>PETALING JAYA:/bMaker of the BlackBerry smartphone, Research in Motion (RIM), sees Malaysia playing a key role in its plans for continued investment and growth in the region.

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A custom upgrade

RFID technology is set to play a major role in speeding up queue lines of goods at the border, thanks to a homegrown solution.