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Spielberg is most influential celeb

The filmmaker beats Oprah Winfrey in the Forbes list.

Malaysians love cuddling at the beach

Expedia survey reveals what Malaysians (and others) prefer to do at the beach.

Smartphones and tablets are making TV more popular

The growing popularity and use of smartphones and tablets is making the living room the hub of our digital lives.

iPad tops user satisfaction survey

JD Power's annual study ranks the iPad as the leader in user satisfaction for the second year running.

Insurance company clinches favourite employer title once again

FOR the fourth consecutive year Great Eastern Life Assurance (Malaysia) has been recognised as one of the best places to work in the Malaysias 100 Leading Graduate Employer 2012 list.

Iraqi civilian deaths climb in 2011 - study

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The number of civilians killed in violence in Iraq rose slightly in 2011 from the previous year, as daily bombings and attacks continued to claim victims almost nine years after the overthrow of Saddam Hussein, a study showed on Monday.

Iraqi civilian deaths climb in 2011 - study

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The number of civilians killed in violence in Iraq rose slightly in 2011 from the previous year, as daily bombings and attacks continued to claim victims almost nine years after the overthrow of Saddam Hussein, a study showed on Monday.

High-speed Internet prices drop by 50% around the globe

THE price of the average broadband Internet connection around the world has been reduced by more than half in the last two years says new research from the International Telecommunications Union (ITU).

Company allocates RM8.13mil for its scholarship programme this year.

EVEN with his hand in a cast, Louis Yap Jun Hao, 19, was determined to attend a ceremony that honoured him and 20 others with merit-based scholarships.

Drug gangs clash with dogged miners in Mexico

CUETZALA DEL PROGRESO, Mexico (Reuters) - Mexican drug cartels greedy for new sources of revenue are targeting the country's rich mines, pushing up companies' security costs and prompting at least one project to be halted.