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b>GUANGZHOU/b>: Two factories that make Microsoft Corp products in southern China violated overtime regulations and failed to properly register the use of workers aged 16 to 18, a monitoring group said.
b>NEW YORK/b>: Computers in companies, hospitals and schools around the world got stuck repeatedly rebooting themselves yesterday after an antivirus program identified a normal Windows file as a virus.
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b>KOTA KINABALU/b>: Sabah has been allocated RM383mil under the Universal Service Provider (USP) programme to bridge the 'digital divide,' that gap between technology haves and have nots.
b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: Recipients of free laptops under the 1Malaysia Computer programme are advised against selling the computers.
b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: The world's largest technology companies have been on a buying spree, spending billions to snap up smaller companies. And often the buyers say they're doing it for their customers - businesses, hospitals, schools and government agencies.
b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bNinety-nine per cent or 9,618 schools nationwide benefit from the SchoolNet project, Deputy Education Minister Dr Mohd Fuad Zarkashi said.
b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: Software giant Microsoft Malaysia wants to nurture fledgling game developers from as young as nine through its game design competition, known as the Kodu Kup.
b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: The distribution of laptops under the National Broadband Initiative (NBI) will be done in stages, from this month to year end, the Dewan Negara heard.
b>LONDON:/bWikiLeaks is a barebones organisation on a mission to root out the secrets of the high and mighty, from Sarah Palin to the Church of Scientology.