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Samsung, HTC set to gain as iPhone 4S disappoints

b>SEOUL/b>: Asian smartphone makers have a chance to exploit a rare letdown from pacesetter Apple Inc after the new iPhone 4S failed to wow fans and investors, leaving Android rivals better placed to grab market share.


Cook’s time to shine with new iPhone

b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: Tim Cook finally gets his chance to stride out from under Steve Jobs' shadow, and he could not have picked a better time or device to mark his unofficial debut as Apple Inc's CEO.


RIM bullish about prospects in Asian markets

b>ORLANDO (Florida)/b>: RIM's growth in the Asia Pacific market has been almost mercurial in some countries such as Indonesia, where in the space of five years, BlackBerry smartphones have gone from marginal sales to become the number one smartphone sold.


Going for gold in software testing

b>KUALA LUMPUR:/b'The destination of choice for software testing,' may be an ambitious goal indeed but that's what the Malaysian Software Testing Board's (MSTB) director, Amiruddin Jaafar Sidek, and the people at the MSC-status company intend for Malaysia.


Workshop where ideas get made

b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: In the tech-obsessed South of Market neighbourhood that digital sensations like Twitter and Zynga call home, a newfangled workshop for would-be inventors blends a startup sensibility with the area's historic manufacturing roots to give geeks a chance to get out from behind the keyboard.


Old is gold for eight

We challenged our readers to find 10 milestone IT products, and they did quite well. Here they are.


Art contest draws Google into another privacy flap

b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bGoogle Inc thought it was doing a good deed last month when it opened an annual art contest to more kids across the United States.


Alibaba top execs resign after fraud probe

b>SHANGHAI:/bChinese e-commerce giant Alibaba says two of its top executives are resigning to take responsibility after a probe discovered more than 2,000 suppliers had defrauded customers, sometimes with the alleged collusion of its sales staff.


Security in a heartbeat

Students at a local university are making waves by developing a security system based on brain waves and heartbeat signals.


New ‘Call of Duty' blasts last year's sales record

b>NEW YORK/b>: i>Call of Duty: Black Ops/iblasted entertainment records this week by raking in US$360mil (RM1.15bil) in its first 24 hours on sale - a dramatic and lucrative indication that videogames have cemented their place as mainstream entertainment on a par with movies, books and music.