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b>WASHINGTON/b>: Google Inc won government clearance with restrictions for its US$700mil (RM2.24bil) purchase of airline fare tracker ITA Software in a deal that will give the Internet search giant a key role in online travel.
NIKON'S D5100, the successor to its D5000 DSLR, has been refreshed with a creative Special Effects mode and a more convenient 3in swing-out LCD screen.
b>NEW YORK:/bNintendo just launched the 3DS, a handheld game device with a 3D screen. But you don't need to spend US$249 (RM800) for 3D gaming on the go: US$35 (RM112) will do. That's the price of an attachment Hasbro is selling that adds depth to the screen of an iPhone or iPod touch.
Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific has announced its 2011 lineup of new notebooks and this year the emphasis is on green computing.
SAMSUNG announced its WiFi-only Galaxy Tab will arrive in selected retail stores and websites in the United States from April 10.The 7in device will be sold for US$349.99 (RM1,057), US$150 (RM453) cheaper than Apple's least expensive iPad 2.
b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bCity lawmakers approved a tax break to keep Twitter Inc from fleeing San Francisco. The measure exempts Twitter from a payroll tax on new hires if the micro-blogging service moves to the blighted Mid-Market area.
b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bSony Ericsson fans can now head to Maxis Centres and selected Maxis Exclusive Partners nationwide to get hold of the Xperia Arc smartphone from as low as RM1,499 with a 24-month contract.
b>WASHINGTON:/bFederal securities regulators settled charges against Satyam Computer Services and sanctioned its accountants, adding to the damage from a massive accounting fraud that prompted a takeover of the company by the Indian Government and criminal charges against its former executives.
b>LOS ANGELES:/bComputer animation has a problem: When it gets too realistic, it starts creeping people out. Most recently, moviegoers complained about the near-realistic depiction of humans in Disney's 3D flick i>Mars Needs Moms/i>.
b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bTexas Instruments Inc is buying National Semiconductor for US$6.5bil (RM21bil) in a marriage of two of the world's premier makers of analogue chips. These are widely used in electronics to transform signals such as sound into digital form that computers can understand.