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The anti-contrarian on Apple’s high

b>NEW YORK:/bApple's first quarter in the post-Steve Jobs era was a success. It sold more than 37 million iPhones and some 15.5 million iPads during its last quarter.

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WiFi move gets wary welcome

b>PETALING JAYA/b>: Restaurant operators agree to Kuala Lumpur City Hall's (DBKL) new ruling of ensuring that eateries in the city are WiFi-ready but they would prefer if that ruling was not forced onto them.

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The Malaysian microprocessor pioneers

We recently had a conversation with a friend from Penang who was surprised when we told him that many of his fellow Penangites were involved in designing the core of the current generation of Intel Core i3/i5/i7 microprocessors.

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New app measures heart rate via iPad camera

PHILIPS recently launched an iPad app dubbed Vital Signs Camera that can measure your heart rate and breathing via the Tablet's camera.

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Zynga hopes to get gamers more hooked

b>NEW YORK:/bBeware, if you're among the hordes who wonder where the time went after becoming absorbed in online games such as i>FarmVille/iand i>CityVille/i>. Zynga, the hot Internet startup that created those ever-engrossing pastimes, is introducing another reason to goof off.

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‘Workshifting’ promotes productivity, talent retention

b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: Industry researcher IDC predicts the global mobile worker population will grow to 1.19 billion - or nearly 35% of the worldwide workforce - by 2013.

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Japan may send tweet-bot to space

b>TOKYO:/bLonely astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) may soon be getting an android friend from Japan. And for the folks back home, it will tweet.

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In the right direction

This stylish and feature-packed GPS will make a cool addition to your car.

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Protests, cyberskirmishes rage over WikiLeaks

b>LONDON/b>: Skirmishes raged across cyberspace between WikiLeaks supporters and the companies they accuse of trying to stifle the group, with websites on both sides of the battle line taken out of service or choked off by attacks.

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Getting between teens and their screens

Are texting and Facebook really worse for kids than TV?