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Bittersweet memories for volunteers

TO BE a volunteer at Yayasan Salam Malaysia, one must be committed, dedicated and have much patience, says Azean Turiman, 31, a part-time volunteer at the foundation's Rumah Pangsa Sri Murni ICT Centre in Shah Alam. She finds the job both challenging and rewarding.

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Maxis offers fixed-line broadband service

b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: Maxis has launched a fixed-line broadband Internet service, called Maxis Home Services, giving Malaysian websurfers more choices for high-speed broadband access.

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Mexicans overcharged billions for phone, Web

b>MEXICO CITY/b>: Mexicans have been overcharged US$13.4bil (RM40.2bil) a year for phone and Internet services as the industry dominated by billionaire Carlos Slim gouges customers and keeps the economy from growing, a study said.

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MyIX wants more content providers

The Malaysian Internet Exchange (MyIX) needs more global content providers to peer with it.

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Apple CEO met China Mobile head, discussed cooperation

Apple Inc CEO Tim Cook has met with the head of China Mobile Ltd, the world's largest mobile carrier by subscribers and the only Chinese carrier that doesn't offer iPhones and iPads.

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With balloons and Fiber, Google experiments in Web access

From sending solar-powered balloons into the stratosphere to offering free WiFi in parks, Google is quietly spending hundreds of millions of dollars on nascent Internet services that may one day challenge the telecom and cable companies.

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Surf for free with #Hotlink

Maxis Berhad has launched a new prepaid mobile package with a new emphasis on providing free data for smartphone users.

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Budget 2014: High-speed broadband enters Phase 2

Budget 2014 has been announced and while it offered a variety of incentives for the rakyat, there was very little related to IT, except for one.

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Beats & Bytes: Learning music via Skype!

Music educator Az Samad takes a music lesson that inspires him to teach guitar via Skype.

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Subscriptions woo fans back from pirated music: industry

Fans are increasingly willing to pay for digital music through subscription streaming services rather than downloading it illegally for free, according to an upbeat report published on Tuesday.