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Getting better bargains with group buying

TO GET better deals, bargain ­hunters are increasingly getting hooked on to group-buying websites such as GroupsMore (b>a href=http://www.groupsmore.com>www.groupsmore.com/a>/b>), which allows them to enjoy big discounts from almost 100 retailers.

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Getting better bargains with group buying

b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: To get better deals, bargain hunters are increasingly getting hooked on to group-buying websites such as GroupsMore (a href=http://www.groupsmore.com target=_blank>www.groupsmore.com/a>), which allows them to enjoy big discounts from almost 100 retailers.

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More areas get Unifi

b>PETALING JAYA/b>: Telekom Malaysia Bhd continues to be on track with the rolling out its Unifi High Speed Broadband Service.

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Maxis to offer highspeed broadband from next month

b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bThere will be more choices next year for Malaysians wanting to subscribe to fixed line high-speed broadband services for their homes.

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Microsoft takes 10 PC vendors to court

b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bMicrosoft Corp has filed lawsuits against 10 computer dealers in Malaysia, claiming copyright infringement. The legal actions by the software giant are part of a six-month campaign that is aimed at protecting consumers from pirated software.

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Cisco, Mida in development tie-up

b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: Networking equipment vendor Cisco has started an initiative with the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (Mida) that will further develop the US company's manufacturing facilities in Penang.

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Malaysian team leads the way with Atom

b>PENANG:/bOpen up almost any netbook and chances are you'll see Intel's low-powered Atom processer at the heart of it.

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Dell has big plans for Cyberjaya centre

b>CYBERJAYA:/bDELL Malaysia is poised to expand the shared-services outsourcing operations at its Global Business Centre here.

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Army of two take Kodu Kup

b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: A team of two secondary school students from the Klang Valley won Microsoft Corp's inaugural Kodu Kup game design competition here.

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Dell not resting on its laurels

b>CYBERJAYA/b>: Computer maker Dell Inc is continuing to innovate and is counting on the growing talent pool in Malaysia to lend it a helping hand.