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A mouse that bends

Microsoft's latest mouse can be flattened for easy storage.

More than just good looks

Samsung wants you to have the best of both worlds with the SF410 notebook which looks good and performs great.

Sony NGP does not faze Nintendo chief

b>TOKYO:/bNintendo's president Satoru Iwata is unfazed by rival Sony's plans for an upgraded successor to the PlayStation Portable (PSP), confident that his company's 3D handheld game machine going on sale next month has a competitive edge.

Sony unveils PSP successor

b>TOKYO:/bSony said the successor to its PlayStation Portable (PSP) machine will go on sale late this year, offering the quality of a home console in an on-the-go machine boasting a screen double the size of smartphones.

Yahoo!’s Q4 earnings double despite falling revenue

b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bYahoo! Inc's fourth-quarter earnings more than doubled, but the Internet company's crumbling revenue showed that it's still struggling to cash in on the online advertising boom.

Samsung’s new Wave

Samsung hopes to offer something new with the Wave 723 which runs its Bada operating system.

More 3D titles bound for PS3

Sony recently held a press preview for two of its upcoming 3D and PlayStation Move-enabled titles, namely i>Killzone 3/iand i>MotorStorm 3 Apocalypse/i>.

TV makers like look of little and large

b>TOKYO: /b>With 3D TVs becoming de rigueur for home appliance manufacturers, some of the biggest names in the business are looking to tap into opposite ends of the market.

Lenovo’s Sandy Bridge notebooks

Lenovo Malaysia says it's the first to introduce notebooks sporting the second-generation Intel Core i7 processors, previously codeanmed Sandy Bridge.

Can Apple thrive without its visionary CEO?

b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: If investors were as visionary as Steve Jobs has proved to be during his 35 years of tech wizardry, they might be able to figure out whether Apple can still thrive if its founder and CEO doesn't return from his indefinite medical leave.