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Sales, investment plans buoy Sharp

Shares in Sharp Corp, the world's largest liquid-crystal display television maker, had their biggest gain in four years after the company forecast record sales next fiscal year and increased spending on factories.


Chilled weekend in store for clubs

After an extremely busy weekend of ups and downs, things look a little quiet this weekend when it comes to big parties. There are a couple of them, though, but some of the big highlights of the next week's clubbing actually take on a more nostalgic meaning - it's all gone retro.


Portable satellite radio/MP3 players introduced at CES

LAS VEGAS: While video, especially the portable kind, is expected to make the big splash at this year's Consumer Electronics Show, there is also a lot happening with devices that combine satellite radio and portable music players.


Samsung market value tops US$100b

Samsung Electronics Co topped US$100bil in market value yesterday, one of only four Asian companies above that mark, after outspending rivals to become the world's biggest maker of memory chips and televisions.


Hyundai vehicle sales to accelerate this year

Hyundai Motor Co, South Korea's largest motor vehicle maker, targets an 18% increase in group sales to 100 trillion won (US$99bil) this year, as it invests in new factories in the United States and China.


Intel to unveil new branding strategy

SAN JOSE, California: Intel Corp. is launching a new corporate and brand identity that will include a reworked company logo, a change in its ubiquitous Intel Inside'' stickers and a shift away from the Pentium name for its microprocessors.


All about sports

Tune in to I>Samsung Sports World/I>, an AXN original production that wraps up all the major sporting highlights of the week.


Samsung says it may sell NAND chips to Sony

Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said yesterday it may sell NAND flash memory chips to Japanese electronics maker Sony Corp and others, underpinning expectations for surging demand for the chips.


All hyped-up about Xmas parties

The Christmas weekend is up for grabs, with parties taking place with local and international deejays at the various clubs.


Life in the fast lane

You've heard of multi-storey buildings but what about multi-storey technology? ALLAN KOAY has the story.