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‘Laptop’ gang busted

b>NIBONG TEBAL:/bPolice have busted a housebreaking ring known as the 'Laptop Gang' with the arrest of five of its members, including a woman, in operations conducted in Penang and Sungei Petani since early this month.

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Spotlight on National ICT Month 2010

b>SERI KEMBANGAN/b>: Malaysia is on track to meet its targeted 50% broadband penetration by the end of this year. in keeping with the National Broadband Plan.

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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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Jaring starts building a computing grid

b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: Internet service provider Jaring Communications wants to link all the datacentres in the country to form a computing grid.

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Subscribers to gain from Maxis network upgrade

b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: Maxis Bhd is spending RM1.4bil to upgrade its cellular network, promising its 12 million subscribers nationwide improved call quality, wider coverage and faster mobile access to the Internet.

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We’re 25!

i>In.Tech /ihas hit the big 25.

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Syndicate conning women via Web netted

b>GEORGETOWN/b>: Penang police crippled a syndicate that had conned more than 100 women in the country with empty 'gift' promises, with the arrest of three local and 11 Nigerian students.

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MyMall app for easier shopping

b>PETALING JAYA/b>: Have you ever walked around in circles at a shopping mall, feeling completely lost or followed the signs to only discover you have completely gone the wrong way?

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DiGi to extend nationwide 3G coverage

b>PETALING JAYA/b>: DiGi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd will be extending its 3G (third-generation) cellular coverage to 50% nationwide by year end, from the current 30%.

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Ibiden to start Penang operations next year

b>GEORGETOWN:/bIbiden Electronics Malaysia Sdn Bhd's printed wiring board plant at the Penang Science Park in Bukit Minyak, Bukit Mertajam, will start operations in the second quarter next year.