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New waves in IT gadgets

MAJOR manufacturers of mobile phones, handhelds, notebooks and printers are optimistic of the IT gadgets market growth but have mixed feelings about fierce competition from Chinese brands.


Supercomal to put in RM2mil for R&D

SUPERCOMAL Technologies Bhd (STB), the first company listed on Mesdaq, is allocating an initial RM2mil in research and development of electronic components used for wireless applications and fire-proof cables.


Software to make shopping easier

FOUR Singapore undergraduates have beaten almost 3,000 other teams in the region to win Microsoft's prestigious Asia Pacific Student .NET Competition.


Computer wonder boy

Imagine assembling a computer from scratch and getting it to work #8211; all within 13 minutes. Thirteen-year-old Matthew Anandarajah Achariam can do just that.


Sony’s new handheld with own chip

Sony Corp has announced the first handheld computer to carry the company's own microprocessor, signalling dissatisfaction with existing chips from others.


P.I.E. unit gets Jabra hands-free kit deal

P.I.E. Industrial Bhd has recently been appointed as the distributor for Jabra wireless Bluetooth hands-free kits for mobile phones in South-East Asia for Jabra Corp, a leading global player in wireless telecommunications accessories.


Virtual mission battlefield for republic's armed forces

A NEW high-tech centre will now allow the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) to plan and conduct virtual missions before the men actually take to the battlefield.


Prestige plans to enter US market

PRESTIGE Dynamics Industries Sdn Bhd, a specialist in precision engineering plastic moulding, has plans to go places. According to managing director (commercial) Tan Wee Ming, next year, Prestige will work on penetrating the market in the United States.


A year of ‘kewl’ stuff ...

The low-down on hitech toys and technologies that changed our lifestyles this year and a look on more digital goodies in the pipeline.


Looking to grow market share

Today#8217;s CEO Outlook features four CEOs heading the Malaysian operations of foreign consumer electronics or IT companies. They are Jeong-Wook Kim of Samsung, Barry Lee of Nokia, Rainer Althoff of Siemens, and Eric Hoh of Veritas, who heads the software company#8217;s Asia South operations.