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Football lags other sports on technology

b>CAPE TOWN:/bHigh profile sports like rugby, tennis, cricket and basketball have seamlessly embraced technology to aid referees and linesmen, so why doesn't football?

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Mobile broadband: Clear, consistent plan for spectrum allocation needed

b>KUALA LUMPUR: /b>Malaysia should be able to realise its 50% broadband penetration by year-end goal, with help from wireless technologies. But the Government must do more to support these technologies, said the GSM Association (GSMA), which represents the interests of the worldwide mobile communications industry.

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Solve the global water crisis from your laptop

b>NEW YORK:/bHelp solve the global water crisis by leaving your laptop alone for a few hours and letting it join the millions of other computers on the Worldwide Community Grid.

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Samsung and Apple more friends than rivals

b>HONG KONG/b>: Apple has the iPhone and the iPad, Samsung has several smartphones and its new Galaxy Tab computer - wherever Apple goes these days, it seems, the South Korean giant is sure to follow.

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US says Baidu, Taobao are markets for piracy

b>BEIJING/b>: The US Government has labelled China's top search engine, Baidu, and a popular e-commerce platform 'notorious markets' linked to sales of pirated and fake goods.

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India to launch ‘world’s cheapest’ Tablet

b>NEW DELHI:/bIndia is unwrapping what has been dubbed the world's cheapest Tablet computer, to be sold to students at the subsidised price of US$35 (RM105) to expand digital access in the Asian giant that lags peers such as China and Brazil in connectivity.

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BlackBerry problems hit four continents

b>LONDON/b>: A series of failures in Research In Motion's private network has disrupted BlackBerry service to millions of customers across four continents.

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Dreaded ‘Brazil cost’ may dim Foxconn’s iPad dreams

b>JUNDIAI (Brazil)/b>: The nondescript stretch of asphalt is an unlikely symbol of Brazil's attempt to lift its economy into a new high-tech era.

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Newer economies allow more high tech freedom at work

b>LONDON/b>: Employees in fast-growing economies have more freedom over the technology they use for work than their counterparts in developed countries, and are more likely to see corporate provision of devices as a perk, according to a study.

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Making an impact on Internet safety

The Internet brings many benefits to a nation but it also has unsavoury aspects that need to be addressed.