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‘Such tweet sorrow’: Romeo and Juliet as never b4

b>LONDON/b>: The Royal Shakespeare Company gave i>Romeo and Juliet/ian interactive modern makeover with the Bard's classic lines replaced by Twitter messages such as 'Jules is over and out!!!'

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Twitter to feather its nest with advertising

b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: Is Twitter the next Google, the next Pets.com, or something in between? It may have begun answering that question with its long-awaited first step into advertising.

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Media everywhere

Make your media files - songs, photos and movies - accessible across portable devices to consoles.

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Troubleshooters targeting medium businesses

b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: Computer Troubleshooters (M) Sdn Bhd (CTS) hopes to gain a foothold in the IT support business by focusing on what it sees is an underserved group - medium-scale businesses.

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Firefox beta gets new look, features

MOZILLA, maker of the second most popular web browser on the market, i>Firefox/i>, has announced the much awaited release of the i>Firefox 4 beta 1/i>.

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Get out your decoder ring

b>WASHINGTON/b>: The US Defense Department's new US Cyber Command embedded a 32-character string of secret code on its logo. This caused a stir among bloggers and curious techies eager to decipher the veiled message.

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The Internet helps with finding history

JUSTIN TAYLAN boots up his laptop computer in the climate-controlled comfort of a cafe and clicks on photographs of a World War II airplane lying in pieces amid a steamy jungle on the other side of the world.

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Facebook fans will like RockMelt browser

b>NEW YORK/b>: There's a lot to keep track of online. You probably have a Facebook account and an e-mail address or two. You might use Twitter or another service to share where you are or what you're reading, thinking or doing. You follow the news and do some old-fashioned web browsing.

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Security solutions to watch over your business

b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bUnified threat management company Watchguard Technologies Inc is making a comeback. It enjoyed great success in the 1990s in the United States and was public listed in 1999.

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SF hopes tech success isn’t Bubble 2.0

b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: A certain feeling is back in this city. Murmurings of stock market riches. Twenty-something entrepreneurs as celebrities. Lamborghinis parked next to taco trucks.