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Pikom cuts PC Fair to twice a year

b>PETALING JAYA/b>: The Association of the Computer and Multimedia Industry of Malaysia (Pikom) is holding two PC Fairs instead of the usual three, this year.

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How Intel helps bridge the digital divide

b>PETALING JAYA/b>: You may know Intel as the company that sells those microprocessors that run nearly all personal computers today but did you know that the company runs a philanthropic programme to get technology into the hands of even more people?

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Puppets get new lease on life

An animator is blending old and new technology for a TV series.

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Microsoft takes 10 PC vendors to court

b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bMicrosoft Corp has filed lawsuits against 10 computer dealers in Malaysia, claiming copyright infringement. The legal actions by the software giant are part of a six-month campaign that is aimed at protecting consumers from pirated software.

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Maxis sees huge market for broadband services in east coast

b>KUALA TERENGGANU:/bThe east coast of peninsular Malaysia offers a potential huge market for broadband services, said Maxis Communications Bhd.

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The chosen ones

What if a dying alien space-cop crash landed along the coast of Terengganu? What if a mystical hammer imbued with godly powers landed in the plains of Sepang?

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MCMC project helps buoy local PC market

The 1Million Netbooks programme is keeping the local PC market up.

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Fuelling a collaborative future

PETRONAS is looking forward to more efficient petroleum exploration and production (E&P) operations with the launch of its refurbished Petronas Real Time Visualisation Centre (PRTVC).

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Students win Google prize with polyester manhole cover

Two students from Maktab Rendah Sains MARA Kota Putra, Terengganu want to cover up manholes with Jute-reinforced polyester. They won the inaugural country award at this year’s Google Science Fair.

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Fitness app gets MIT-affiliated award

Exercise a virtual pet and get motivated to exercise yourself. That’s the idea behind the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Global Startups Lab Malaysia award-winning app for a prototype created by eight computer science students.