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Samsung talks up the NX10 ‘hybrid’ camera

Samsung claims its new 14.6-megapixel NX10 shooter opens up a new camera category - a hybrid of sorts - since what users will get are DSLR specifications in a compact body.

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PC maker who inspired Microsoft dies

b>ATLANTA/b>: Dr Henry Edward Roberts, a developer of an early personal computer that inspired Bill Gates to found Microsoft, died on Thursday. He was 68.

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Pay your P1 broadband bills at the post office

b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: Subscribers of Packet One (P1) Networks' WiMAX wireless broadband service can now pay their bills through Pos Malaysia Bhd.

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German Tablet PC to rival the iPad

b>BERLIN/b>: The German maker of a new Tablet PC is setting out to rival Apple's iPad with the promise of even more technology such as a bigger screen, a webcam and USB ports.

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Network connected player

If you don't want a dedicated computer for streaming media, you can still watch HD movies on your big screen with a media player.

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MPro150: A projector in your pocket

b>PETALING JAYA/b>: So-called pico projectors have been out a while now and today we take a look at a notable little addition to the market: the MPro150 from 3M.

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World Cup comes to Maxis subscribers

Football fans will be in for a treat when the Fifa World Cup 2010 starts next month, as network provider Maxis will be offering live coverage for all 64 matches and related content to all its subscribers nationwide.

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Google wooing SMEs to its business apps

b>KUALA LUMPUR: /b>Search king Google Inc is on a mission to get half a million local small and medium enterprises (SMEs) online, with the aid of its business applications Google AdWords, Google Places and Google Analytics.

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P1 announces Wiggy support for Mac and new postpaid packages

b>PETALING JAYA:/bPacket One Networks (P1) has announced that its Wiggy USB WiMAX modem is now compatible with Mac Leopard and Snow Leopard (v10.5 and 10.6) operating systems.

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Microsoft gets more aggressive with free software

b>SEATTLE:/bMicrosoft Corp is rolling out a new edition of its i>Office/iprograms to businesses today, and for the first time it's adding versions of Word and other programs that work in a web browser and will be free for consumers.