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Tampered codes may help Government nab licensed optical disc makers

Several licensed optical disc manufacturers are being investigated for producing pirated and pornographic video compact discs (VCDs) in the on-going and unrelenting crackdown on piracy.


All that Jazz

What's in a name? Cars have been named after specific themes (Explorer, Odyssey) and women (Megan, Serena, Sharon). Now, they#8217;ve cut to the chase and gone one syllable ... Jazz.


Telemedicine the way to go

Surgical procedures involving robots, which have been the stuff of science documentaries and even TV shows over the past decade, are now becoming a reality in Malaysia with the development of telemedicine here.


Rebound for electronics and electrical sectors seen in 2nd half of 2003

The Penang electronics and electrical (EE) industry, optimistic of a positive turnaround in the 2nd half of 2003, is poised to tap market opportunities arising from the rebound.


Pressies for dad

Wouldn't you know it, Father's Day is upon us again, and once again we're scratching our heads trying to figure out what the main man in our life wants. For those on a last-minute scramble, here are a few ideas.


Celebrating the sea

I>Celebrate The Sea/I>, a marine imagery festival, will be staged at Mid Valley Megamall's Exhibition Centre this August. It promises to be a unique event for Malaysia. What's on offer will be an exhibition of marine arts and crafts, underwater documentaries, painting contests as well as a presentation of innovative diving equipment. And that's not all.


Kembara comeback

Have you seen the TV ads about a man who has a strange disease called DVVT? They're pretty funny the way they play on the fact that the collection of consonants sounds like a contagious disease. But DVVT is far from a bug, it's the solution to a nagging problem: the lack of power in Perodua's Kembara.


Teaching through mobile technology

B>W/B>HEN classes begin this month, students in the fifth and sixth grades from selected public and private schools in the Philippines will not just be leafing through pages of their textbooks or listening to their teachers#8217; lectures on science. They will also be able to view educational videos #8211; downloaded with the help of mobile phones and satellite communication systems #8211; on subjects as plant and animal life, matter and energy, the Earth and the solar system right in their classrooms.


City in a bottle

How do you bottle the masculine smell evoked by city life and fresh air, an apparent contradiction in terms? AZHARIAH KAMIN finds out at the launch of ECHO by Davidoff.


Dressing up doctors

Although casual dress has become the fashion rule in many workplaces, we prefer our doctors to be dressed neatly and formally in the old-fashioned white lab coat. So says Dr Lawrence J. Brandt, a medical-school lecturer who has become a 21st-century one-man band for the return of dress codes.