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Italian professor launches challenge to Google

AN ITALIAN computer science professor, whose research helped inspire Google, launched a new search engine and social media network that he hopes will challenge the US technology giant.


Sony’s Hirai to extend PlayStation strategy

b>TOKYO:/bIncoming CEO Kazuo Hirai aims to re-shape Sony Corp by linking hardware and software through online networks - a model he used at its PlayStation unit - dismissing any suggestion the battered brand would revert to a gadget-centred strategy under his management.


ICT ecosystem still disparate

b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bStill more innovation is needed in the local information and communications technology (ICT) industry, especially since there is no solid collaborations between academia and industry players yet.


Catholic leaders to use Internet against paedophiles

b>ROME:/bRoman Catholic Church leaders unveiled an Internet teaching project to help clergy around the world root out paedophiles in their ranks and protect children from potential abusers.


Keeping taxis in line

ASKING any Malaysian about his or her experiences with taxis usually means a long conversation, most times complete with gestures of upturned hands, head shaking and face palming. Sometimes, just the one, other times, all three.


Google wants more native content

b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: Google is urging Malaysians to publish more content in their native languages to help improve Google Translate service, which is a free service provided by Google to translate a section of text, document or webpage, into another language.


Encyclopaedia Britanica ends print, goes digital

b>NEW YORK/b>: In yet another sign of the growing dominance of the digital publishing market, the oldest English-language encyclopaedia still in print is moving solely into the digital age.


Most confusing tech words of the decade

We are only three years in to the second decade of the 21st century but big data and the cloud are already shaping up to be the most confusing technology buzz words of the decade.


Harry Potter books available in electronic format

b>LONDON/b>: J.K. Rowling's best-selling i>Harry Potter/inovels are available for the first time in e-Book format on the new website dedicated to the boy wizard adventures.


Google to sell its own Tablets

Google may start selling Google-branded Tablets this year in a bid to boost Android-powered Tablet sales in a market that is dominated by Apple's iPad.