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MDeC tastes success with cluster programmes

b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bLocal content development under the Creative Multimedia Cluster (CMC), a collection of visual effects, animation and mobile content programmes, has seen significant achievements in total sales.

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Apple growth hinges on China, new devices

b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: Sometimes even eye-popping results are not enough. Apple Inc's shares may have risen 9% on the back of another spectacular quarter that included soaring iPhone sales in China, but the naysayers are still asking if the most valuable US company might need yet another revolutionary product in the next year to sustain its sizzling growth.

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Apple announces dates for 2012’s WWDC

Apple has confirmed that its 2012 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will be held from June 11 to 15.

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Google offers cloud storage

GOOGLE launched its long-anticipated Drive service that lets people store, share and collaborate on digital files in the Internet cloud.

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The idiot box just got smarter

SAMSUNG Malaysia Electronics has introduced its latest range of Smart LED TVs with its flagship model, the ES8000.

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Mobiles to be allowed at British Open golf

LONDON (Reuters) - Spectators will be able to use mobile phones at this year's British Open golf at Royal Lytham & St Annes after organisers announced they were relaxing a ban they put in place in 2006.

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Mobiles to be allowed at British Open

LONDON (Reuters) - Spectators will be able to use mobile phones at this year's British Open golf at Royal Lytham & St Annes after organisers announced they were relaxing a ban they put in place in 2006.

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Mobiles to be allowed at British Open golf

LONDON (Reuters) - Spectators will be able to use mobile phones at this year's British Open golf at Royal Lytham & St Annes after organisers announced they were relaxing a ban they put in place in 2006.

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South Korea seeks ways to disable ‘silent camera’ apps

South Korea is seeking ways to disable smartphone apps that allow users to silently snap photos in a bid to prevent Peeping Toms from secretly photographing women, an official said.

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