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How many is too many when it comes to social networks? With big boy Facebook leading the pack, can the fledgling Google+ network still make an impact?
TAKING retro to the next logical level, Olympus has come up with the E-M5, a Micro Four Thirds camera.The E-M5 is part of a new series of cameras called the OM-D series.
b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: At least a half-dozen major US companies whose computers have been infiltrated by cyber criminals or international spies have not admitted to the incidents despite new guidance from securities regulators urging such disclosures.
A feng shui master predicts what this Year of the Dragon will bring for these movers and shakers in the IT industry.
DELL has unveiled its XPS 13 Ultrabook, which it claims is the most compact Ultrabook with a 13.3 display thanks to its slim bezel that makes it similar in form factor to that of an 11in notebook.
b>LAS VEGAS/b>: From the world's first eye-controlled laptop and a pet-tracking app to a glass-encased ultra-thin notebook, 2012's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) produced more than a few gems to point the way forward in technology.
b>LAS VEGAS:/bApple Inc will again dominate conversations at CES, the world's biggest technology showcase. Only this time, the talk is extending beyond iPad and iPhone chatter to include 'Siri,' the voice app that is capturing consumers' imagination.
b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: Yahoo! named PayPal president Scott Thompson as its chief executive on Jan 4, hoping the well-regarded Internet technology and e-commerce expert will replicate his success at eBay and turn around the struggling company.
The most pressing question one must answer every holiday season is 'what do I buy for the loved ones?'If you have already decided that gadgets are the way to go this Christmas, then why not celebrate it in style with a visit to Samsung's Galaxy smartphones?
b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: Remember the four-day BlackBerry service outage? And the hacking of Sony's PlayStation Network? Well, it's one thing to watch a public relations disaster explode online. It's quite another when it's your company and brand in the line of fire.