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Law firms urged to embrace technology

Law firms should adopt technology solutions, says a Deputy Minister.

China moves to tame microbloggers

China's Sina Corp has introduced a code of conduct for Weibo users.

VC model no longer working?

An expert on venture capitalism is of the opinion that the venture capitalist model is broken.

Cradle urges private sector to take lead in angel investments

The private sector must take the lead in angel investment in technology companies in order to achieve quality of growth in the industry.

Ad execs say jury still out on Facebook as medium

b>NEW YORK/LONDON:/bGeneral Motors Inc's decision to stop advertising on Facebook may be a wake-up call for the No 1 social network, but top advertising executives say it's far too early to know if the site will take off as an advertising platform.

Forum seeks to tap HNIs for tech funding

b>PETALING JAYA:/bThe Asian Business Angel Forum 2012 (ABAF) is seeking to encourage high net worth individuals (HNIs) to diversify their portfolios by investing in technology startups.

Diablo III not set for February

Blizzard Entertainment's next great opus, i>Diablo III/i>, is slated for release in early 2012, but retailer listings for February aren't necessarily correct, says the developer.

Cisco shelves home telepresence amid company revamp

NETWORK equipment maker Cisco Systems has decided to pull the plug on umi, a home video conferencing system it once touted as a quality alternative to popular video chat service i>Skype/ias it continues with its restructuring plans.

Siri’s popularity causes iPhone connection problems

b>NEW YORK:/bSiri, the voice-activated personal assistant that comes with the new iPhone 4S, is drawing rave reviews as consumers take to Twitter and the blogosphere to express their delight.

ABAF to give angel investors better wings

b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bThe Asian Business Angel Forum (ABAF), to be held in Malaysia next year, is expected to help revive the local angel-investor segment.