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HP offers SMBs ‘Just Right IT’

b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: Hewlett-Packard Malaysia has introduced its 'Just Right IT' portfolio. It is aimed at making it simple for small and medium businesses (SMBs) to get the IT capabilities they need, at the right time and price.

RIM makes a play in the Tablet space

b>PETALING JAYA:/bIt certainly looks like its getting crowded in the touchscreen Tablet computer space with RIM unveiling its Playbook device targeted at business users.

Avaya aims Flare at videoconferencing market

b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bAvaya (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd has unveiled a family of videoconferencing products and services under the Avaya Flare Experience name, aimed at corporate customers.

Quick peek at Nokia phones on the horizon

b>LONDON:/bSpearheading Nokia's fightback to regain the spotlight in the smartphone race are four models - the previously announced but not yet available N8, the E7 Communicator, C6 and C7.

HP and former CEO Hurd reach truce

b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bMark Hurd, the ousted CEO of Hewlett-Packard Co, has settled a lawsuit brought by his former employer that sought to stop him from working at rival Oracle Corp.

Nokia: An eye on the next billion

b>LONDON:/bWith roughly 80% of the world's population in reach of a cell tower, Nokia believes it is the mobile phone that will offer the first PC-like experience for many of the next billion people who will go online.

Entrepreneur finds audience for short movies

b>LOS ANGELES:/bSome years back, investment banker Carter Pilcher stumbled across some really good short movies made by a few talented friends, and the money-making and artistic sides of his brain suddenly clicked.

Dell’s enterprise challenge remains after 3Par

b>SEATTLE/b>: Dell Inc doesn't have to start over in its quest to become a significant purveyor of technology for businesses after losing a multibillion dollar bidding contest for an obscure data-storage maker.

UN says RIM should share BlackBerry data

b>LONDON/b>: BlackBerry's Canadian manufacturer should give law enforcement agencies around the world access to its customer data, the UN technology chief said, adding that governments have legitimate security concerns that should not be ignored.

Sony makes a Move

Sony makes a move (pardon the pun) to capture some of the casual games market share with the PlayStation Move, which it officially launched at an event in Kuala Lumpur.