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No excuse to condone piracy

Stamping out video piracy may well be a futile fight, as long as there are takers.

TM gets hip

Internet-based content-viewing gets a shot in the arm with Telekom Malaysia's spanking new service, HyppTV Internet Protocol Television (IPTV).

Connectivity to speed up national growth

Speed, pricing and quality are three bigissues affecting Malaysia's broadband industry. Are the authorities and service providers addressing them effectively?

Consumers let down by cap on UniFi packages

PETALING JAYA: After the excitement of Telekom Malaysia unveiling UniFi, its high-speed broadband service that offers Internet speeds of up to 20 megabits per second (Mbps), the bubble burst for many consumers here.

Faster Internet speeds mean a shorter wait

PETALING JAYA: With high-speed broadband, the World Wide Web will no longer be the World Wide Wait to Malaysians who use the Internet.

Google plans superfast Net

SAN FRANCISCO: Google Inc plans to build a superfast Internet network for up to half a million people, a project that could pressure telecommunications companies to loosen their control of web access in the United States.

FEATURE - Iran's resistance keeps up cat-and-mouse web game

TEHRAN (Reuters) - With their paths through the Internet increasingly blocked by government filters, Nooshin and her fellow Iranian opposition-supporters say their information on planned protests now comes in emails.

Rural Net users feel shortchanged

LAST week in this column, I talked about universal service provision (USP) and the need to bridge the digital divide between urban and rural areas as there is a RM3bil fund for it.

Cisco quarterly profit, outlook beat forecasts

Cisco Systems Inc reported on Tuesday better-than-expected quarterly profit and outlook citing strong demand from telecoms carriers for advanced network equipment.

Government keen on improving broadband services, says analyst

With 3G rollout in the country barely off the ground, spectrum licences for WiMax were announced yesterday and DiGi.Com Bhd has again been left out of the game.