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iPhone loses China market share

b>HONG KONG/BEIJING/b>: Apple Inc's share of China's booming smartphone market slipped for a second straight quarter in October-December, as it lost ground to cheaper local brands and as some shoppers held off until after the iPhone 4S launch last month.

Bringing back the OM

OLYMPUS Malaysia has just officially launched the Olympus E-M5, a new member of their Micro Four Thirds cameras and part of a new line of more professional cameras called the OM-D line.

Oracle to buy Taleo for RM5.7bil as cloud war hots up

b>BOSTON:/bOracle Corp agreed to buy Taleo Corp, a maker of web-based software for recruiting employees, for about US$1.9bil (RM5.7bil), as technology giants battle for the top spot in the fast-growing cloud computing market.

Kodak to shutter camera business

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.

Olympus brings back the OM

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.

They’re not Facebook, but social media stocks run up anyway

b>NEW YORK/b>: The hype over Facebook's initial public offering has excited investors revisiting other social media companies, even though most of those stocks have plunged since the fanfare of their own IPOs.

A pocketable mouse

FOR frequent travellers, it's all about size and weight - the smaller and lighter, the better.

Timeline goes Ultra

ACER has unveiled a slimmer and lighter Timeline model called the Ultra. Measuring just 20mm thin, the notebook doesn't ­sacrifice size for battery life as it still promises eight hours of operation on a single charge.

China’s Huawei outmuscles Swedish rival

b>HONG KONG/b>: When Huawei Technologies posts its annual results in April, they will likely show the unlisted Chinese firm has overtaken Sweden's Ericsson as the world's top-selling telecoms equipment maker.

Superzoom camera from Fuji

A BRIDGE camera is one which 'bridges' the gap between a compact digital camera and a more bulky DSLR. They tend to be smaller than DSLRs but come with non-removable lenses.