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Twitter gets more VC funding

b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bDon't expect Twitter to be tweeting about an initial public offering any time soon. The popular online communications service has raised another US$200mil (RM640mil) so it can keep growing without Wall Street's help.

Game-rating system gets more snap

b>NEW YORK:/bVideogames come with ratings similar to movies, but plenty of parents buy games rated M for Mature for their kids under 17.

Yahoo! to lay off 600 to 700 workers

b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: Yahoo! Inc's holiday trimmings will include 600 to 700 layoffs in the Internet company's latest shake-up triggered by lacklustre growth.

Disney’s earnings leak sprung from Goofy mistake

b>LOS ANGELES:/bThe Walt Disney Co's early release of its earnings report this month came down to a Dumbo move: The company made the information accessible through an easy-to-guess web address.

HP results show seesaw nature of tech recovery

b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bHewlett-Packard Co's results shows how lopsided the recovery in technology spending has been.

Salesforce shares soaring on cloud-computing craze

b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bA hot high-tech concept known as 'cloud computing' is lifting Salesforce.com Inc's stock to lofty heights.

Intel hikes dividend again despite tech worries

b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: Intel Corp is confident enough in the stability of its moneymaking skills to raise its dividend by 15%, even as Wall Street braces for a bumpy ride for the technology industry.

Cisco's shortfall an omen for rest of tech world

b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: A gloomy outlook from Cisco Systems Inc is shaking some investors' faith in the strength of the technology industry's recovery.

Google to give 10% raise to entire work force

b>NEW YORK/b>: Google Inc is showing it still knows how to make its employees feel special: It is giving all 23,300 of them 10% raises next year.

YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley steps down as CEO

b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bYouTube chief executive Chad Hurley is surrendering the reins of the popular video website that he started with two buddies as a quirky curiosity and went on to groom into a media magnet that shows more than two billion clips a day.