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Maxis non-voice revenue to increase 50% over three years

KUALA LUMPUR: The FIFA 2010 World Cup will help Maxis Bhd boost its non-voice revenue, Chief Operating Officer, Jean-Pascal van Overbeke said on Wednesday.


'Cloud' music plans no longer just pie in the sky

LOS ANGELES: There's no more need to own songs before being able to listen to them at your convenience.


Wider options because of high speed broadband

ONE of the few things I am passionate about is sports. Growing up, I was one of many who read the papers from back to front, often wondering what was the latest news involving my favourite teams.


Apple tablet launch Wed could stir up video game business(update)

NEW YORK: When Apple introduced the iPhone, it shook up the cell phone business but it also changed the way people play video games


From vision to action

What is happening at Iskandar Malaysia? Three years after its launch, the project is moving along despite the tough economic conditions. But the expectations are high.


Capital IQ-UPM to provide global data and research platforms

KUALA LUMPUR Capital IQ, a Standard Poor's business, is partnering Universiti Putra Malaysia's (UPM) Graduate School of Management (GSM), to provide its faculty and students with access to the Compustat global database via the Research Insight and Capital IQ Platform.


Domino's old pizza's crust tasted like cardboard - try the new one

CHICAGO: For a pizza joint, it's a bold move to tell customers your crust tasted like cardboard and your sauce was like ketchup.


Maxis first to implement HSPA+ technology here

Maxis Bhd on Wednesday became the first communications company in Malaysia to deploy High-Speed Packet Access+ (HSPA+) technology for its wireless broadband service.


Astro eyes one million users for HD service

Pay-TV operator targets Astro B.yond at 30% of existing customers.


China says its forex reserves spread over various currencies

BEIJING: China has maintained a consistent allocation of its foreign exchange reserves across different currencies, a senior official said yesterday, suggesting that any diversification away from the dollar has been gradual.