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Google, MySpace, Facebook make music moves

LOS ANGELES (AP): Internet power players Google, MySpace and Facebook are adopting strategies to better compete in a music industry that is rapidly shifting online.

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Economists still cautious on external trade

PETALING JAYA: Economists remain cautious on Malaysia's external trade position as restocking continues to be a factor in boosting exports from the country and elsewhere in the region, despite the more positive economic data streaming in from abroad.

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Genting rebounds after analysts assure investors

PETALING JAYA: Shares in Genting Bhd rebounded from Wednesday's selldown after analysts assured investors that the gaming group had the financial muscle to support its 55%-owned Singaporean subsidiary, Genting Singapore plc (GenS), in its fund-raising exercise.

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YouTube may offer online movie rentals

LOS ANGELES: YouTube, Google Inc.'s online video streaming service, is in talks with Hollywood studios to rent new release movies online, according to people familiar with the talks.

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YouTube may offer online movie rentals

LOS ANGELES: YouTube, Google Inc.'s online video streaming service, is in talks with Hollywood studios to rent new release movies online, according to people familiar with the talks.

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Africa-Europe fiber optic cable laid

MOMBASA, Kenya: East Africa took a big step toward joining the wired world Thursday with the launch of the first undersea fiber optic cable linking Europe to one of the world's poorest regions.

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Netflix 2Q tops expectations

SAN FRANCISCO: Netflix Inc.'s second-quarter profit shot past analyst expectations, following a familiar script as recession-weary consumers flocked to its DVD-by-mail and Internet streaming service.

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TM looks into broadband connections for TV viewing

The idea of watching the English Premier League live from one's personal computer or laptop will see a lot of avid football fans rubbing their hands in gleeful anticipation. But delivering television content through computer networks may be closer to reality than you think.

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From snail’s pace to lightning speed

Imagine this. You are ill and you want a second opinion from a doctor in the United States or India. This can easily be done in minutes provided there is high-speed broadband access. One can sit comfortably at home and consult a doctor in another part of the world online.

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Rising from the ashes

Opportunities during a downturn is not just optimistic talk. Here are five successful brands that were formed in tough times.