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Govt agencies save RM188mil by going open source

b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bAlmost all government agencies have adopted open-source software (OSS), resulting in a total cost savings of RM188mil on software licensing fees over the past six years, according to the Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit (Mampu).


WikiLeaks' Assange fears US, says will stay in London embassy

Assange says will not leave the sanctuary of the Ecuadorean Embassy in London even if Sweden stops pursuing sexual assault claims against him.


Violent videogames may actually increase players' sensitivity: study

For parents who worry about what reprehensible effects those violent video games could have on kids' behaviour, new research says abhorrent acts in the virtual world could actually be pro-social in the real one, encouraging good moral choices.


US police struggle to uncover threats on social media

US law enforcement agencies are a long way from being able to effectively track threats of the kind a gunman posted on Instagram before his execution-style murder of two New York City policemen two weeks ago.


Not so SWIFT: Bank messaging system slow to address weak points

More than a dozen current and former board directors and senior managers of SWIFT, the bank messaging system that helps transmit billions of dollars around the world every day, have said that the organisation for years suspected there were weaknesses in the way smaller banks used its messaging terminals – but did not address such vulnerabilities.


Pokémon's a no-go on Bangkok’s roads

The hunters have become the hunted. Police in Bangkok announced a crackdown against Thai drivers playing Pokémon Go following complaints that the craze was bringing further gridlock to an already notoriously congested metropolis.


While some robots learn to deliver pizza, these are saving lives

While Silicon Valley touts new robots that will greet you at the airport, deliver Cheetos to your hotel room or get you a pizza in a hurry, other machines have had more serious jobs for decades.


Dubai starts tests in bid to become first city with flying taxis

Dubai staged a test flight for what it said would soon be the world's first drone taxi service under an ambitious plan by the United Arab Emirates city to lead the Arab world in innovation.


Game on: in Indian online adventure, players decide fate of trafficked child

The mission is to save a teenage girl’s life. The weapons are informed choices and taking a stand, while at the end the player is asked to take a pledge to help children in real life.


Kids are seeing porn sooner than adults think, which can turn addictive

If liquor companies had vending machines outside their buildings and to buy some, you had to press a button that asked: Are you 21? Yes or no? Would you, as a parent, stand for it?