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China seeks to reduce Internet users’ anonymity

b>BEIJING:/bA leading Chinese Internet regulator has vowed to reduce anonymity in China's portion of cyberspace. It is calling for new rules to require people to use their real names when buying a mobile phone or going online.

Discover apps with new BlackBerry webpage

b>PETALING JAYA:/bIf you are not sure what is available for download for your BlackBerry smartphone, RIM has recently launched its Fun with BlackBerry webpage.

Blizzard’s Real ID feature upsets fans

b>WASHINGTON/b>: Activision Blizzard, maker of i>World of Warcraft/iand other popular videogames, is drawing fire over its plan to require users of its discussion forums to start posting their real names.

Users say yes to mobile payments

SECURITY fears aside, the number of mobile consumers worldwide using their device to pay for goods and services is set to exceed US$108.6mil (RM358mil) in 2010.

Google gets a Caffeine injection

GOOGLE has launched a new search indexing system that provides consumers with '50% fresher' web search results.

UniFi users open to hacker attacks (updated)

b>PETALING JAYA:/bSubscribers to Telekom Malaysia Bhd's high-speed broadband service UniFi are vulnerable to exploitation due to a router setting that leaves it open to outside attack.

UniFi users open to hacker attacks

b>PETALING JAYA/b>: Subscribers to Telekom Malaysia Bhd's high-speed broadband service UniFi are vulnerable to exploitation due to a router setting that leaves it open to outside attack.

Whether phones cause tumours is anyone's call

IF THERE'S one lifestyle tool that's ubiquitous, from US cities to remote villages of the developing world, it's the mobile phone. Can they also be deadly?

3D to become standard format

b>SEOUL: /b>i>Avatar/idirector James Cameron believes 3D will replace 2D as the standard, mainstream format for film, television and online content in less than 25 years.

SKMM expects more gripes about poor services

b>CYBERJAYA:/bThe Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (SKMM) anticipates that it will receive more complaints this year, and that the figure will probably surpass last year's 6,000 reports.