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PM tables Budget 2007

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi on Friday tabled the 2007 Budget in Parliament.

Creative multimedia industry in for further lift

Multimedia Development Corp Sdn Bhd (MDeC) will continue to boost and nurture new talents in the creative multimedia industry by organising pitching competition in the area of mobile content, games and comics by year-end, said creative multimedia department vice- president Kamil Othman.

MDec preview on Johor’s cyber centre on July 26

Multimedia Development Corp (MDeC), in collaboration with Menara MSC Cyberport Johor, will be organising the I>MSC Malaysia Business Opportunities Partnership Exchange/I>.

Superb infrastructure crucial for the success of MSC

The excellent infrastructure facilities at the Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) must be complemented with a pool of talented workforce and a conducive working environment to succeed.

Putrajaya enters vibrant phase

Looking at the development of the Klang Valley southern corridor, the two outstanding government initiated projects are without doubt Putrajaya and Cyberjaya.

Need to boost ICT for SMEs

There is a need to build up information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure given the growing importance of ICT in the business world, said Deputy Science, Techno- logy and Information Minister Datuk Kong Cho Ha.

Lessons from India’s success in IT industry

Horns from vehicles of all types, shapes and sizes blared incessantly in the busy street as our bus moved from the hotel to our destination.

Microsoft to showcase new mobile-device technologies

Microsoft (M) Sdn Bhd will showcase Windows CE 5.0 and other new technologies for mobile-based devices at its upcoming Mobile and Embedded Developers Conference (MDEC) 2006.

Using satellite technology to enhance life

Malaysia is set to use satellite technology in education, agriculture, fisheries and telemedicine, to further improve incomes and the quality of life of its people, especially those in rural areas.

Taking gaming seriously

The interactive media and video games industry is becoming an increasingly viable career option, discovers SHARMILLA GANESAN, when she catches up with practitioners in the field during a video game symposium.