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Asian stock markets were mostly higher Mon in early trade

HONG KONG: Asian stock markets were mostly higher Monday as stronger earnings from Chinese companies and a deal to provide Greece a financial safety net helped buoy sentiment.

Community

Cagers relish chance to play with national juniors in camp

IT was an eye-opening experience for the three winners of the i>StarMetro/iMost Promising Player award when they attended a three-day training camp in Kuala Lumpur recently.

Community

Ang pow for lucky customers of theme park

IN conjunction with the Chinese New Year, Cosmo's World Theme Park has prepared a 'Prosperous Lucky Draw' and a range of special actvities.

Community

Bag those chips and shake ‘em

One of Malaysia's potato chip brands, Wise Cottage Fries Potato Chips, has launched their online viral campaign, called the Wise Shake-a-Chips Goncang Contest.

Community

Star Property Christmas Tree Contest 2009: Three winners in a family

GREET your loved ones with niceties and the good wishes might 'boomerang' back to you! This holds much truth for the winners of the StarProperty Christmas Tree Contest 2009.

Business

Apple tablet launch Wed could stir up video game business(update)

NEW YORK: When Apple introduced the iPhone, it shook up the cell phone business but it also changed the way people play video games

Business

Furniture designing to get boost from new award

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian furniture design industry is expected to get a boost with the introduction of a new young designer award, The Ideation Award 2010.

Nation

Get tech-ready for 2010

CONSUMERS, get ready for a slew of new technologies in the decade ahead.

Business

Americans spent record US$5.53bil buying video games in Dec

NEW YORK: Americans spent a record US$5.53 billion on video games in December, the most money ever in a single month, according to market researcher NPD Group.

Other Sport

Electronic Arts standing behind Tiger Woods

Electronic Arts Inc. said Monday it will stand behind Tiger Woods - at least for the release of a new online golf game featuring the embattled athlete.