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b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: The first laptops running on a Google-designed software system will go on sale in the United States and six other countries next month.
b>SAN ANTONIO/b>: Smile, schoolchildren. You're on calorie camera. Health officials trying to reduce obesity and improve eating habits at five San Antonio elementary schools unveiled a US$2mil (RM6mil) research project that will photograph students' lunch trays before they sit down to eat and later take a snapshot of the leftovers.
b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: Capsuco Enterprise, a local online company dealing in art, graphics and apparel, has become the only Malaysian company to be selected among 50 top small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in a global competition run by a unit of the World Bank this year for innovation and entrepreneurship.
b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bPrivacy watchdogs are demanding answers from Apple Inc about why iPhones and iPads are secretly collecting location data on users - records that cellular service providers routinely keep but require a court order to disgorge.
b>PORTLAND (Maine)/b>: Kindergarten classes are supplementing crayons, finger paints and flashcards with iPads, a development that excites supporters but that detractors worry is wasted on pupils too young to appreciate the expense.
GOOGLE has revealed that an army of citizen cartographers is behind its widely used mapping service, helping the Internet search giant chart the world, including often inaccessible places.
b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: Google co-founder Larry Page is known for his vision, passion and intelligence. Yet there is a fair amount of concern that Page's other known traits - his aloofness, rebellious streak and affinity for pursuing wacky ideas - might lead the company astray.
b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bSoftware giant Microsoft Malaysia has teamed up with PC maker Acer Malaysia to kickstart the 'I'm Inspired' campaign.
b>NEW YORK:/bA judge rejected a deal between Internet search leader Google and the book industry that would have put millions of volumes online.
One company is working to turn websurfers into critical thinkers and responsible Internet users.