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Aussie charged with laundering RM1.7bil

b>NEW YORK/b>: An Australian man has been arrested in Las Vegas on charges that he helped US gamblers and Internet gambling websites launder US$500mil (RM1.7bil) in gambling proceeds.


Harmonix unveils keyboard for Rock Band 3

Gaming news sites have published reports on i>Rock Band 3/i>'s exciting new features and accessories..


Nintendo recruits James Bond, Mickey Mouse

b>LOS ANGELES:/bNintendo has turned to James Bond and Mickey Mouse to help keep videogame players enchanted with the Wii as rival console makers introduce motion-sensing controls.


Home computers aid in discovery of neutron star

b>WASHINGTON:/bOrdinary computers are being credited with finding a previously unknown neutron star.


Sweden cancels arrest warrant for WikiLeaks founder

b>STOCKHOLM/b>: Swedish authorities revoked a short-lived arrest warrant for the founder of WikiLeaks on Saturday, saying a rape accusation against him lacked substance.


Sunway researchers develop bus-tracking system

b>PETALING JAYA/b>: Students and other residents in Bandar Sunway can now spend less time waiting for buses because they'll know exactly when the vehicles will arrive at their respective stops.


Swedish hotel replaces room keys with cellphone

b>STOCKHOLM:/bVisitors to a hotel here will be able to use mobile phones instead of keys to unlock the doors to their rooms


To 3D or not to 3D? ‘Potter’ people disagree

b>LONDON:/bDisappointed the new i>Harry Potter/ifilm won't be in 3D? Its star, Daniel Radcliffe, feels the opposite.


Man makes living suing spammers

b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bDaniel Balsam hates spam. Most everybody does, of course. But he has acted on his hate as few have, going far beyond simply hitting the delete button. He sues them.


Two charged with swiping iPad users’ information

b>NEWARK (New Jersey)/b>: Two men, who authorities say were competing to impress their fellow hackers, were arrested on federal charges they stole the e-mail addresses of more than 100,000 Apple iPad users, including politicians and media personalities.