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b>BEIJING:/bChina renewed Google's licence to operate after a months-long standoff over Internet censorship, saying the company had pledged it wouldn't provide 'lawbreaking content.'
b>HONG KONG:/bAfter drawing in a record 2.6 million people on one single day at the start of the month, the Chinese-produced online game i>Fantasy Westward Journey /ihas now established itself as the leading multiplayer game in China.
b>FRANKFURT:/bShares of a major German company, a global leader in embedded computer technology, fell sharply as word got around that the company has been unable to recover large sums of debts from customers in Asia and because of alleged fraud at its Malaysian facility.
b>BEIJING/b>: Word leaked out slowly, spread by Internet-savvy folks on Twitter: Internet porn that once was blocked by Chinese government censors is openly available these days.
A QUARTER of shoppers in Britain and the United States leave high street stores empty-handed and choose to complete their purchases at home according to a recent survey; internet users around the globe also searched for information about online retailers more frequently than high street stores.
b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bA detailed, centralised database on poverty in the country (b>a href=http://www.ekasih.gov.my>www.ekasih.gov.my/a>/b>) is one of the 17 winners at the 11th MSC Malaysia Asia-Pacific Information and Communications Technology Alliance (Apicta) Awards.
b>HONG KONG/b>: In little over a month, Pan Lei and Pan Yong have seen their wildest dream come to fruition. And now, it seems, the whole world wants to know them.
b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: Eight-five per cent of 300 Malaysian mothers said the Internet has helped them to make better decisions relating to family matters, according to a survey done by Starcom MediaVest Group and Microsoft Advertising, a division of Microsoft Corp.