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Visual Studio gets more cloud-computing friendly

b>PETALING JAYA/b>: The just launched i>Visual Studio 2010/iis packed with plenty of new functionalities and features, including better integration with the Windows Azure cloud computing platform, which should put local software developers on Cloud 9.


Nokia still at the top of the smartphone food chain

b>PALO ALTO /b>(California): Nokia is leading the smartphone race, shipping a record 21.4 million units (around twice that of its nearest competitor RIM) in the first quarter of 2010.


This Malaysian sold RM2.4mil worth of gadgets on eBay

b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bOnline marketplace recognised two eBay sellers in Malaysia today for outstanding sales and outstanding customer satisfaction achievements in trading last year.


Smartphone to include everything but the kitchen sink

b>WASHINGTON:/bMotorola has been busy at the drawing board, working on a series of features in order to deliver a 2GHz smartphone that would render current smartphones and even some mobile computers obsolete by the end of 2010.


Three new phones from Sony Ericsson

b>SINGAPORE:/bSONY Ericsson has launched three new phones, the Xperia X8, Yendo and Cedar.


P1 set for WiMAX notebook launch

b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: Packet One Networks (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (P1) has teamed up with Intel Malaysia to ensure that its mobile Internet service will work seamlessly with the upcoming notebooks with Intel's WiMAX chips.


HP printers get smart

b>HONG KONG:/bHewlett-Packard showed off technologies that will make its upcoming printers more intelligent and versatile.


Intel improves on mobile technology

WHILE Intel is popularly known for its Core i3, i5 and i7 line of microprocessors, the company has also been actively working on a number of technologies in the mobile computing arena.


Internet crooks craft creative counterfeiting scam

b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bThink of it as one more reason not to write cheques. Hackers believed to be operating out of Russia have figured out a high-tech way to carry out the decidedly low-tech crime of cheque fraud.


The race to build next year’s 3D, touchscreen, designer computers

COMPUTER manufacturer MSI is taking the world's first high performance multitouch 3D all-in-one PC from concept to consumer product.