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BY 2015, consumers will be able to connect to the Internet using one of an estimated 5.8 million public WiFi hotspots around the globe.
b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: Malaysian intermediary certificate authority (CA) DigiCert Sdn Bhd is moving fast to replace its security certificates that were revoked recently for having weak encryption and missing components.
b>PETALING JAYA/b>: Ericsson Malaysia's Mobile Innovation Village (MIV) model has passed an assessment of its feasibility and impact in empowering the local rural community via ICT solutions.
b>NEW YORK/b>: The century-old US camera pioneer Eastman Kodak, which brought photography to the masses, filed for bankruptcy early Thursday after years of failing to keep pace with the digital age.
b>NEW YORK:/bEastman Kodak Co, inventor of the digital camera, plans to get out of that business in the first half of the year as the bankrupt company looks to cut costs.
WHILE Tim Cook and Apple may be remaining tight-lipped on the next-gen iPhone, one design firm has analysed online rumors surrounding the much anticipated iPhone 5 and produced a series of concept images.
MOZILLA, which brought the free web browser Firefox to the masses, now wants to do the same for mobile users, with a new open-source operating system that could drastically slash smartphone prices.
b>NEW YORK/b>: Microsoft trumped Amazon, eBay and other tech giants with its more than US$1bil (RM3bil) purchase of the majority of AOL Inc's patent trove.
Software crucial for corporate users such as apps for videoconferencing has started to find its way into Apple's iPad and other Tablet computers, opening the door to potentially vast demand for Tablets from businesses.
b>STOCKHOLM:/bSweden's Ikea, the world's largest furniture maker, is set to enter the consumer electronics market with products developed in cooperation with China-based TCL Multimedia, Ikea officials said.