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Nintendo targets customer relationships, healthcare apps

Nintendo wants to reach people wherever they are, with more merchandising and an endeavour to improve health and well-being.


US retailers face pressure to raise cybersecurity spending

Target Corp's decision to speed up a US$100mil (RM332.25mil) programme to adopt the use of chip-enabled smart cards is just a drop in the bucket when it comes to what retailers need to do to defend themselves against future cyber attacks, according to security experts and IT service providers.


Cisco aims to transform the nation through technology

Cisco Systems (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd seeks to contribute towards the transformation of Malaysia’s social and economic landscape in 2014 through facilitating the creation of better connected networks within the nation.


Russia hacked hundreds of Western, Asian companies: security firm

A US cybersecurity firm says it has gathered evidence that the Russian government spied on hundreds of American, European and Asian companies, the first time Moscow has been linked to cyberattacks for alleged economic — rather than political — gains.


U.S. senators ask Target CEO for information on data breach

The Target hacking shows the need for federal legislation on commercial data practices, the senators said.


SAP hopes to tackle the challenges of rapid urbanisation with Urban Matters initiative

SAP is looking at innovative technologies that can be leveraged to make cities and municipalities more effective to improve the lives of people.


The cholesterol selfie that could save your life

Cornell University researchers have developed a smartphone camera accessory and app that can snap a person's blood cholesterol levels as quickly and as accurately as a point-of-care device.


Top technology trends we should watch out for in 2014

What does 2014 have in store for us? Brocade's Sean Ong takes a look into his crystal ball.


Tech trends to revolve around mobile apps in 2014, Ericsson reports

According to a report from the Ericsson ConsumerLab global research programme on anticipated trends for 2014, mobile apps will continue to transform society, the human body will be used more and more in place of passwords, and sensors will be increasingly present in our everyday lives.


Insight: Philips restores profit by rediscovering relevance

Every year Singaporeans and Malaysians choke on smoke when farmers and plantation firms in neighboring Indonesia clear the land with fires during the dry season. Last summer, Philips diverted stocks of air purifiers from Hong Kong and China to the area in time for the worst pollution in 16 years.