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Japan quake could cause iPad 2 shortage

b>SEATTLE:/bMarket research group IHS iSuppli belives the earthquake in Japan could cause shortages of Apple Inc's iPad 2 Tablet computer.


Nokia’s market share falls below 30%

b>HELSINKI:/bNokia Corp reported better than expected first-quarter profits on Thursday but its global market share dropped to below 30% for the first time in over a decade as the world's top cellphone maker continued to lose ground to rivals.


Capsuco is sole Malaysian SME to get World Bank award

b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: Capsuco Enterprise, a local online company dealing in art, graphics and apparel, has become the only Malaysian company to be selected among 50 top small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in a global competition run by a unit of the World Bank this year for innovation and entrepreneurship.


Adobe opens online store

ADOBE Systems has launched its online store for customers in Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand.


Google in talks to take on Amazon in retail

b>MOUNTAIN VIEW (California)/b>: Google Inc is pondering an Internet service to help consumers shop online and take advantage of same-day delivery, hoping to stanch the loss of web traffic to Inc, i>The Wall Street Journal/ireported.


Cool and trendy Androids

b>PETALING JAYA/b>: Are you looking for a hip and trendy Android smartphone? Samsung has added two new stylish models to its Galaxy family, the Y and W.


Amazon shares give up 2011 gains on profit concern

b>SEATTLE (Washington):/ Inc shares have dropped to levels not seen since March on concern that big spending and aggressive pricing by the No 1 Internet retailer will hit profit during the crucial holiday season and well into next year.


Could RIM’s survival mean abandoning the BlackBerry?

b>TORONTO:/bIt might seem like corporate heresy but an increasing number of technology investors and experts are asking whether Research in Motion needs to ditch its BlackBerry handset business to survive.


Apple wants Steve Jobs action figure canned

b>PETALING JAYA:/bApple Inc is in a flap over a 12in tall action figure of its late co-founder Steve Jobs.


Thin is in at CES: The world’s thinnest Ultrabook and Tablet unveiled

'THIN' is a buzzword at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), where the race is on to fit more technology into streamlined, ultra-skinny devices.