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MICROSOFT has hit the launch button on a full screen touch version of its Internet search engine Bing for iPad users.
b>SALT LAKE CITY:/bA joint venture between three of the nation's four largest cellphone carriers will soon offer the United States' first commercially available mobile fare payment programme to a public transportation system.
b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bCity lawmakers approved a tax break to keep Twitter Inc from fleeing San Francisco. The measure exempts Twitter from a payroll tax on new hires if the micro-blogging service moves to the blighted Mid-Market area.
GOOGLE has revealed that an army of citizen cartographers is behind its widely used mapping service, helping the Internet search giant chart the world, including often inaccessible places.
b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bTexas Instruments Inc is buying National Semiconductor for US$6.5bil (RM21bil) in a marriage of two of the world's premier makers of analogue chips. These are widely used in electronics to transform signals such as sound into digital form that computers can understand.
b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: Asus has just launched a new range of notebooks, all of which feature second-generation Intel Core processors.
b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: In the tech-obsessed South of Market neighbourhood that digital sensations like Twitter and Zynga call home, a newfangled workshop for would-be inventors blends a startup sensibility with the area's historic manufacturing roots to give geeks a chance to get out from behind the keyboard.
b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bCellular service provider U Mobile Sdn Bhd has opened a 1,720sq ft flagship store at the Berjaya Times Square shopping centre here.
b>NEW YORK:/bAt first, I didn't see the point of Foursquare, the mobile service that turns sharing your location with friends into a game of sorts. More than a year later, I still don't, but I'm hooked - much to the chagrin of my fiance, who prefers to spend his time on more noble pursuits such as i>Angry Birds/iand Facebook.
b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: Asian countries are better primed than others in readiness to implement cloud computing, according to software giant Microsoft Corp.