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MSTB sets up RM11mil software testing lab

b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bThe Malaysian Software Testing Board (MSTB) spent RM11mil setting up its software testing lab in Puchong here.

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Google stops Twitter time so you can replay it

GOOGLE is taking real-time search to the next level with a new feature that will let you search through Twitter's entire history of tweets.

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YouTube yanks Downfall parodies

b>NEW YORK/b>: Adolf Hitler, for years a vessel of frustration in a popular Internet parody, has been quieted. i>Downfall/i>, a German film released in 2004 about Hitler's last days, has been adopted for wildly popular YouTube clips that have spanned mock rants about topics as varied as playing Xbox videogames to Kanye West to Apple's new iPad.

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Nokia lets users tell themselves where to go

Nokia introduced a new service that lets you create your own turn-by-turn vocal instructions for Ovi Maps.

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New-style soccer videogames top old

New football titles are hitting store shelves as the World Cup games are being beamed in from South Africa.

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Aha, that’s the way Google likes it

i>In.Tech/ihad a chance to chat with Google executives and the conversation turned to search.

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A Fellow who loves his work

YOU immediately notice when chatting with Google Fellow Amit Singhal that he is a person who is passionate about what he does. His eyes beam with excitement and pride when he talked about Google and its search technologies.

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Two new GPS units from Garmin

Garmin has launched two new car navigation GPS units in Malaysia, namely the Nüvi 1460 and the Nüvi 1350.

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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>.

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Some porn sites in China now accessible

b>BEIJING/b>: Word leaked out slowly, spread by Internet-savvy folks on Twitter: Internet porn that once was blocked by Chinese government censors is openly available these days.