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Softbank unveils radiation smartphone

The company will soon begin selling smartphones with radiation detectors.


Kids get tips on making videos

For almost eight years now, students in this country aged between 10 and 17 have been competing in a video education programme initiated by Panasonic Malaysia in collaboration with the Ministry of Education.


Battle begins for control of videoconferencing

b>NEW YORK/b>: Cisco Systems Inc's attempt to convince a European court to impose tougher conditions on Microsoft Corp's acquisition of Skype signals that technology companies are gearing up to battle for control of what some say is the next big thing: Videoconferencing.


Sink or swim with the Water Dragon

A feng shui master predicts what this Year of the Dragon will bring for these movers and shakers in the IT industry.


300 students get 1Malaysia netbooks each

b>KUANTAN:/bThree hundred students from 11 secondary schools here have received a government-sponsored 1Malaysia netbook PC each.


Drunk on Facebook? That could be a problem

b>NEW YORK:/bCollege students' Facebook pages might hold clues to which of them are at risk for alcohol dependence and abuse.


Positive gaming helps school to win

b>CYBERJAYA/b>: Students from SJK (C) Kwang Hwa in Penang beat competitors from nine other schools to win the top prize in the Malaysian Cybergames Festival competition, which is an initiative by the Malaysian Cybergames Operations Research (MyCore).


Google-powered laptops on the way

b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: The first laptops running on a Google-designed software system will go on sale in the United States and six other countries next month.


In Texas schools, a picture’s worth 1,000 calories

b>SAN ANTONIO/b>: Smile, schoolchildren. You're on calorie camera. Health officials trying to reduce obesity and improve eating habits at five San Antonio elementary schools unveiled a US$2mil (RM6mil) research project that will photograph students' lunch trays before they sit down to eat and later take a snapshot of the leftovers.


Capsuco is sole Malaysian SME to get World Bank award

b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: Capsuco Enterprise, a local online company dealing in art, graphics and apparel, has become the only Malaysian company to be selected among 50 top small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in a global competition run by a unit of the World Bank this year for innovation and entrepreneurship.