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b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: Once viewed as less personal method to express love compared to a phone call or handwritten note, e-mail is now becoming the preferred medium through which people share various forms of intimacy.
b>LAS VEGAS:/bGiant chipmaker Intel Corp has been adding more 'brains' to its processor in the last few years and each processor for the consumer market can contain up to four brains or cores.
b>LAS VEGAS:/bFor a long time, the two choices in desktop printers have been inkjet and laser. This year, a significant twist on the inkjet is hitting the market and promises high speed - think one colour page per second - at relatively low cost.
b>CYBERJAYA/b>: A team of Malaysian students beat 18 others from all over the region to win the Autodesk Panorama 2010 Asia-Pacific Design Challenge.
b>PETALING JAYA/b>: Malaysian shared services and outsourcing (SSO) companies have the potential to do well in the knowledge processing outsourcing (KPO) sector.
b>MUMBAI:/bIndia has followed the United Arab Emirates in backing off from a threat to ban popular services on BlackBerry devices, amid growing global concern over access to encrypted information.
b>HONG KONG/b>: Apple has the iPhone and the iPad, Samsung has several smartphones and its new Galaxy Tab computer - wherever Apple goes these days, it seems, the South Korean giant is sure to follow.
b>CYBERJAYA/b>: Computer manufacturer Hewlett-Packard Co opened its HP Global Centre in Cyberjaya, which it claims is the largest facility of its kind in the country.
b>NEW YORK/b>: Some questions and answers about the threats to ban the use of BlackBerry's messaging and web services.
b>PETALING JAYA:/bThe local outsourcing industry is expected to generate a total revenue of US$1.9bil (RM6.1bil) by 2013, according to Outsourcing Malaysia (OM). Last year, the industry hit the US$1.1bil (RM3.5bil) mark.