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The Internet is running out of IP addresses

b>NEW YORK:/bWith everything from smartphones to Internet-linked appliances and cars getting online, the group entrusted with organising the Web is running out of the 'IP' numbers that identify destinations for digital traffic.

Cancer survivor aims to down barriers with app

b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: In the late 1990s, Marty Tenenbaum was a hotshot e-commerce entrepreneur riding high on the dotcom boom when he noticed a lump on his body.

Malaysian VFX expert to impart knowledge

b>PETALING JAYA:/bBudding visual-effects (VFX) experts in the country will get a chance to learn from a master working in the United States, without having to travel to there.

Contentpreneurs get to show their stuff

b>SERI KEMBANGAN:/bSuccessful participants of the Nextgen Contentpreneurs Awards (NCA) 2010 will not only receive cash and other prizes, but will also be put on the fast track to receiving skills-development funding.

Pikom to give startups ‘wings' to soar

b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: The Association of the Computer and Multimedia Industry of Malaysia (Pikom) has launched an 'angels network' in its bid to help promising young businesses reach great heights in the information and communications technology (ICT) sector.

Move to spark innovation through use of Triz

b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: Innovative minds are the element that will save the country from being stuck in a middle-income rut and chipmaker Intel wants to introduce a new way of thinking to encourage more innovation.

Dell not resting on its laurels

b>CYBERJAYA/b>: Computer maker Dell Inc is continuing to innovate and is counting on the growing talent pool in Malaysia to lend it a helping hand.

How the iPad won over an unbeliever

b>NEW YORK:/bAt first glance, the iPad looked like a heavy, overgrown iPod touch. After just a few months of use, however, this iPad sceptic realised that it's so much more: it is one of those devices I always have needed. Those do not come around very often.

Grin or grimace? Aerial images being used to enforce laws

b>RIVERHEAD (New York)/b>: On New York's Long Island, it's used to prevent drownings. In Greece, it's a tool to help solve a financial crisis. Municipalities update property assessment rolls and other government data with it. Some in law enforcement use it to supplement reconnaissance of crime suspects.

Ousted HP CEO settles with accuser

b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bOusted Hewlett-Packard Co CEO Mark Hurd has settled allegations of sexual harassment lodged against him by a female contract worker for HP, a person with knowledge of the case told The Associated Press.