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Nation

Taylor’s duo win top prize

A passion for art, an innovative idea and a solid business structure helped the Malaysian team clinch the top place in a regional contest for undergraduates.

World

UK police ask for tourist photos in hunt for girl

LONDON (Reuters) - Tourists who stayed at the Portuguese resort where 4-year-old Madeleine McCann was abducted were urged on Monday to hand over any holiday photographs which might contain clues to the British child's kidnapper.

Business

Pentamaster gets new sales avenue

Pentamaster Corp Bhd will deliver the first batch of life sciences equipment to WaferGen Biosystems Sdn Bhd in August this year.

World

Intrusive anti-terrorism measures hurt privacy - U.N.

GENEVA (Reuters) - Countries are using ever more pervasive surveillance methods that erode the fundamental right to privacy and go beyond steps required in the fight against terrorism, a U.N. investigator warned on Tuesday.

World

NY bomb attempt reignites security camera debate

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The thwarted Times Square car bombing has fuelled the debate over security cameras and expensive surveillance for major cities, possibly providing a business opportunity to the security industry.

TECH

Opening up to a new Aperture

If you have grown out of i>iPhoto/ion the Mac, it may be time to open up to Aperture.

TECH

IDF 2010: Intel banks on smart computing

b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: Intel president and chief operating officer Paul Otellini's keynote set the tone at this year's recently concluded Intel Developer Forum (IDF) here by stating that that the future lies in smart computing devices.

TECH

Kinect not ‘racist’

b>NEW YORK/b>: Looking to debunk a report that Microsoft Corp's new motion-sensing videogame controller might be racist, Consumer Reports says it found no evidence that Kinect has problems recognising users with darker skin.

Nation

Expert: Some video cameras can cause image distortion

PETALING JAYA: The image of people captured on CCTV or spycam may appear 15% to 20% larger if they are closer to the camera, said an audiovisual specialist.

World

Osama killed in shootout with U.S. forces in Pakistan

WASHINGTON/ABBOTTABAD, Pakistan (Reuters) - Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was killed in a U.S. helicopter raid on a mansion near the Pakistani capital Islamabad early on Monday, officials said, ending a nearly 10-year worldwide hunt for the mastermind of the Sept. 11 attacks.