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Malaysia has right mix to be 3D-content Asia hub

b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bMalaysia has the opportunity to be at the forefront of stereoscopic 3D technology in the Asian region, said Craig Tanner, visual effects editor of the hit movie i>Avatar/i>.


Will Kinect beat Wii at its own game?

b>NEW YORK:/bCaryn Bailey, a 32-year-old blogger and mother of two, is impressed with Microsoft's new Kinect game-control system. But she already owns the Wii from rival Nintendo, and she's not ready to shell out hundreds of dollars to switch.


Facebook to let advertisers republish user posts

b>NEW YORK: /b>Facebook users who check in to a store or click the 'like' button for a brand may soon find those actions retransmitted on their friends' pages as a 'Sponsored Story' paid for by advertisers.


Water, water on a billboard

An advertising agency has come up with a unique idea that turns the billboard into a water capture and purification device in Lima, Peru.


Yahoo! to ramp up marketing to woo younger users, says CFO

Yahoo seeks to break its reliance on an "aging demographic" and become more relevant among young adults.


Chrome password flaw: how to protect yourself

Anyone with access to a computer running the web browser can potentially also access, read and copy any stored passwords within it, be they for e-mail, social media or online retailers.


New apps help shoppers identify items using image recognition

A new app lets shoppers flipping through retail flyers purchase items that catch their eye using image recognition technology.


Why Nintendo and Microsoft are facing a tricky holiday season

Research analyst Matthew Hudak believes that Nintendo and Microsoft are in for a rough ride this holiday season. He spoke to Relaxnews and explained why.


Baltic capitals duel for European WiFi crown

The Estonian tech-hub city of Tallinn has long laid claim to the title of WiFi capital of Europe — but now it has a challenger.


US$18mil recovered using warrants to access Facebook accounts

New York prosecutors have secured more than US$18mil (RM59.1mil) in a series of fraud cases using warrants to access hundreds of Facebook accounts, a move the social medial firm says was unconstitutional and is still fighting.