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Apple to switch to Intel chips in a snub to IBM

Apple CEO Steve Jobs is expected to announce Monday morning at the company's software developers conference in San Francisco that Apple will discontinue using microprocessor chips made by IBM in favor of Intel chips, according to CNET Networks Inc.'s News.com and The Wall Street Journal.

Sony Q4 loss widens

Sony Corp reported a wider quarterly loss yesterday due to losses in its game unit, but it forecast a sharp rise in profit this year as it boosts sales of its PlayStation 3 video game machine and LCD TVs.

Humble beginnings ...The tycoons of Batu Road

Thumbnail sketches of the tycoons of Batu Road.

Sony plans to invest US$17bil

Sony Corp intends to invest about US$17bil in key businesses and technologies over the next three years as it aims for the top spot in the LCD TV market and ramps up sales of high-definition video equipment.

Carnival showcases best of Singapore

In anticipation of the coming school holidays in May, the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) is organising a Uniquely Singapore Carnival here.

Sony posts surprise loss in fourth quarter

Sony Corp posted a surprise quarterly loss as the weak stock market ate into the value of securities held by its financial arm, but it forecast a bigger-than-expected profit this year as it boosts sales of digital cameras and flat TVs.

Asia stock markets tumbled Monday on worries about slump

Asian stock markets dropped sharply Monday, led by exporters like Canon and LG Electronics, amid worries over slowing global demand and crude prices as Hurricane Gustav bore down on Gulf Coast oil operations.

Snoozing to success

The competition was stiff at the inaugural Java Jive Regional Challenge 2008, signalling a new age of innovation in Asian universities.

As Asian markets close lower on 'Black Friday' European markets open lower (4th update)

As Asian markets tumbled to close lower on what traders called 'Black Friday' in the wake of the overnight fall in Wall Street, European bourses were opening as much as 10 percent lower.

Japan shares dive Tuesday after big Wall Street losses

TOKYO (AP) - Japanese shares plunged Tuesday after an overnight dive on Wall Street, as renewed concerns about the U.S. financial sector rattled investor sentiment.

Life Inspired has a chic new look

2020 is all about change, and Life Inspired did just that with a fresh makeover!

This month, we speak to 3 female icons about empowerment and more - read it for FREE this week.