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P.I.E. sees 30% revenue rise

P.I.E. Industrial Bhd expects some 30% rise in revenue for the 2004 fiscal year ending in December, thanks to recently secured orders for telecommunications, industrial, and consumer electronic products from new multinational corporation customers, group managing director Alvin Mui told I>StarBiz/I>.

Calling all young inventors!

What better way is there to motivate young people to put on their thinking caps than to organise a challenging competition with lots of attractive prizes thrown in?

On a birthday present quest

From Traumatised, Malacca

Motorola, Apple partner to transfer music from Internet to cell phones

Music listeners will soon be able to transfer songs they buy from Apple Computer Inc.'s iTunes music store to Motorola Inc. mobile phones.

The cellphone gap

By LYDIA T-REX

Toothing fad

LUISA LIM writes on a new form of casual sex based on Wi-Fi technology that has given a new meaning to phone sex.

New BMW sports vehicle out soon

COME May 8, BMW Malaysia will launch the new I>BMW X5/ISports Activity Vehicle (SAV) xDrive, the perfect vehicle for the driver with sports ambitions, managing director Wolfgang Schlimme said.

SMTT to invest in Bluetooth products

SMT Technologies Sdn Bhd (SMTT) will invest in a new facility specialising in Bluetooth telecommunications products and a high-end wireless broadband access point device for a US-based multinational corporation, for which it has provided original design manufacturing services.

Motorola aiming for 23%-25% global market share

MOTOROLA aims to capture a global market share of 23%-25% by year-end, Motorola personal communication sector (PCS) country manager for Malaysia and Brunei, Eric Chong, said.

Looking to grow market share

Today#8217;s CEO Outlook features four CEOs heading the Malaysian operations of foreign consumer electronics or IT companies. They are Jeong-Wook Kim of Samsung, Barry Lee of Nokia, Rainer Althoff of Siemens, and Eric Hoh of Veritas, who heads the software company#8217;s Asia South operations.