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Samsung set to overtake Motorola

Samsung Electronics is close to passing Motorola to grab the number two spot in mobile phone sales globally, while struggling market leader Nokia of Finland stabilised its share during the second quarter, a survey released yesterday showed.

Incentive scheme to benefit OCM's athlete fund

Besides their grinding training sessions, the Athens Olympics-bound athletes have also been kept busy with promotions activities over the last two days. But it was all made worthwhile when Samsung announced two big contributions to the Malaysian contingent Thursday.

TV specially designed for colour-blind viewers

Samsung is about to release a range of TV sets in Malaysia which feature Compensation for Colour Weakness Technology.

Son-in-law identified victim's items

An investigator, who is also the son-in-law of murdered Sabah assistant minister Datuk Norjan Khan Bahadar, identified her belongings two days after she was found murdered.

Foreign business news in brief

News briefs, including from Seoul that Samsung Electronics Co, the world's second largest semiconductor maker, said second-quarter profit almost tripled on demand for chips, screens and mobile phones.

Spend, spend, spend in Hong Kong

NOW is the best time to visit Hong Kong to dine on modern Chinese cuisine, shop for fashionable clothing, and take home top-grade abalone, I>conpoy/I(dried scallops) and fish maw as gifts for relatives.

South Korea coach Bonfrere recalls Dong-gook

New South Korea coach Jo Bonfrere named his 22-man Asian Cup squad Thursday, hoping to cure a chronic lack of firepower by recalling the top scorer in the tournament four years ago.

World champion dropped from team to Athens Olympics

China have dropped reigning world champion Xia Xuanze from the squad to the Athens Olympic Games.

Taiwan shares end down Friday

Taiwan shares ended down for the fifth straight session Friday amid worries about U.S. markets and pessimism over prospects for the technology sector during the second half of the year, analysts said.

Torch run in Athens will be refreshing for Wong , says Misbun

National singles chief coach Misbun Sidek is not concerned at all over the absence of top singles shuttler Wong Choong Hann, who left for Athens on Wednesday night for a week-long activity to carry the Olympic torch with other Malaysian sport heroes on the island of Crete.