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Gaddafi killed in hometown, Libya eyes future

SIRTE, Libya (Reuters) - Muammar Gaddafi was killed by Libyan fighters he once scorned as

World

Gaddafi killed in hometown, Libya eyes future

SIRTE, Libya (Reuters) - Muammar Gaddafi was killed after being captured by the Libyan fighters he once scorned as

TECH

RIM could face lawsuits for BlackBerry outages

b>NEW YORK:/bLaw firms in the United States and Canada are exploring possible consumer lawsuits against Research In Motion (RIM) Ltd for last week's BlackBerry outages, which for three days crippled e-mail and messaging for tens of millions of users around the world.

Business

Samsung, Google unveil phone to challenge Apple’s iPhone

HONG KONG: Samsung Electronics unveiled the first smartphone running on Google's latest version of the Android operating system, which combines software used in tablets and smartphones, as they step up competition against Apple.

TECH

Secrets to successful mobile-apps development

KUALA LUMPUR: Mobile applications developers need to be aware that successful apps are not one-off projects. They are longterm labours that require much fore thought.

TECH

Trend Micro rolls out Titanium Cloud

Trend Micro has announced its latest security software called the Titanium Cloud Edition Maximum Security 2012, which the company said harnesses the power of the cloud to provide up-to-minute protection and proactively stop threats before they reach the user.

TECH

Investors unexcited by BlackBerry’s free apps offer

b>TORONTO:/bAn offer of free games, translation software or other apps to compensate BlackBerry users for last week's prolonged outage left Research In Motion (RIM) investors cool, and the shares fell 6%.

TECH

Our take on iOS 5

By all accounts, the update to Apple iOS 5 has been far from a smooth upgrade experience for most users - a combination of high demand straining Apple servers to various problems with the update on some PCs meant that many users failed in their first attempt at updating their iOS device.

Letters

From the ballpen to the PC

The working tools of today's journalist - the smart phone, tablet or fibre optic technology - came to Singapore much later than the miniskirt and The Beatles.

Opinion

From the ballpen to the PC

The working tools of today's journalist - the smart phone, tablet or fibre optic technology - came to Singapore much later than the miniskirt and The Beatles.