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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.
With South Korea's economy on the brink of recession and prices for its key electronics exports in the doldrums, companies led by Samsung Electronics Co Ltd and Kookmin Bank are expected to report gloomy second-quarter numbers this month.
THE Forbes Global CEO Conference, a high-profile business forum initiated by the US publishing and media company Forbes, is to take place in Shanghai in September as scheduled, according to organisers.
TELEKOM Malaysia Bhd is said to be on schedule to carry out field trials on 3rd generation (3G) high-speed mobile Internet services tomorrow although some of its vendors may only be ready later in July.
The world#8217;s largest container vessel, the Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL)'s I>Shenzhen/I>, made a one-day stopover at Northport yesterday en-route to China after a successful maiden trip to Europe.
The United States ruled that American catfish farmers and computer chip manufacturers were subjected to unfair foreign competition and ordered stiff tariffs on imports of Vietnamese catfish and South Korean computer chips.
South Korean Ambassador Rhee Young-min has relied on more than 'ginseng ' power to steer the course of his eventful diplomatic career.In an interview with PAUL GABRIEL,the retiring envoy relates how he has endured through thick and thin