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TV specially designed for colour-blind viewers

Samsung is about to release a range of TV sets in Malaysia which feature Compensation for Colour Weakness Technology.

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Son-in-law identified victim's items

An investigator, who is also the son-in-law of murdered Sabah assistant minister Datuk Norjan Khan Bahadar, identified her belongings two days after she was found murdered.

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Defect in notebooks, warns HP

Singapore's leading computer seller, Hewlett-Packard (HP), has issued a worldwide warning about a flaw in its notebook computers.

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Fair to showcase brands with global recognition

Manufacturers, distributors and retailers who have penetrated into five countries or more will showcase their brands and products at the International Brands Consumer Fair (Ibcof) 2004, the country's first trade and consumer brand exhibition.

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Nurul Huda among Olympic torch bearers

Although the five Malaysians selected to represent the country in the Athens 2004 Olympic Torch Relay expressed surprise at being chosen, none was happier than Nurul Huda Abdullah.

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Siti is Samsung's IT ambassador

Singing sensation Siti Nurhaliza has been appointed Samsung Electronics Malaysia Sdn Bhd IT products division ambassador.

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Quest for flawless English

B>S/B>outh Korean mothers know few bounds in trying to give their kids a leg up in speaking English. They play them nursery rhymes in the womb, hire pricey tutors for toddlers, send preschoolers to America to pick up the accent.

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Revellers usher in new year with few untoward incidents

The New Year was ushered in with few untoward incidents, signalling a good start to 2004.

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Raid on conglomerate as scandal widens

B>SEOUL:/BProsecutors raided the owners of one of South Korea's biggest department stores yesterday, widening a probe into illegal funding that has caused chaos in the country's politics.

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Koreans paying with press of cell phone button

Kim Won-jung walked up to a vending machine and bought an orange drink. But rather than insert coins, she paid with the press of a cell phone button.