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PHILIPS, the Dutch-based consumer electronics (CE) giant, is embarking on an ambitious strategy to stay ahead of the pack in the fiercely competitive world of consumer electronics.
DUE to space constraints, only those with daily passes are allowed into the Pyramid Mega Lanes. But thanks to the Samsung Famemas Supporters Club, the Malaysian bowling team are not short of vocal support.
Bird International, China's largest mobile phone maker, announced yesterday the launch of its products in India.
PRESIDENT Photo Lab Sdn Bhd is offering 5,000 MasterCard Electronic Prepaid Card to purchasers of its digital and video cameras.
Nokia and Sony Ericsson were the big winners of the global mobile phone industry in the second quarter, but overall growth slowed and inventories rose, a survey showed yesterday.
AMBANK Group is confident that its credit cardholder base will double to 300,000 by end-March 2004, from the present 150,000, its head of retail banking Mohamed Azmi Mahmood said.
Creating gadgets and enhancing their potential has always been John Choong#8217;s forte. With so many designs to his credit, Choong remains humble and says he would just #8216;love to be the one who creates the best paper-clip in the world!#8217; ADELE A.L. LIM meets the designer in ENgland.
1ST SILICON (M) Sdn Bhd has obtained the license from US-based Silicon Storage Technology Inc (SST) to use the latter#039;s 0.25 micron SuperFlash technology to manufacture embedded flash products for 1st Silicon#039;s foundry customers.
South Korea's biggest home appliances maker, LG Electronics Inc, reported a 24% drop in second-quarter profit yesterday, hit by a sluggish domestic economy and the SARS outbreak in China.
South Korean technology giant Samsung Electronics Co Ltd reported yesterday a 41% slump in second-quarter profit as prices for its mainstay memory chips and flat panel computer screens crumbled.