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Microsoft adds new tools, features to Hotmail

b>WASHINGTON:/bHotmail is getting a facelift. Microsoft's free e-mail service, the world's largest with 360 million users, added a slew of new tools and features including the ability to send larger attachments and exchange instant messages and view web content in the Hotmail inbox.


Time dotCom to spend RM110m on capex this year

b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bTime dotCom Bhd will spend about RM110mil on capital expenditure (capex) this year, with the bulk of investment for the expansion of its network coverage.


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.


Microsoft Q3 growth overshadowed by Tablet threat

b>WASHINGTON/b>: Even as Microsoft Corp's earnings grow at a robust rate, investors can't seem to shake the feeling that the boom days are winding down for the world's largest software maker.


Zynga hopes to ward off rivals with games barrage

b>SAN FRANCISCO/NEW YORK/b>: Zynga is betting a new crop of games and a self-run Internet service will help it fend off rivals and reduce its reliance on Facebook as it prepares to mount a hotly anticipated IPO.


Intel readies Ultrabook marketing barrage

b>LAS VEGAS:/bIntel plans to make its biggest marketing push since 2003 for a new, super-thin category of laptops it has dubbed 'ultrabooks,' hoping to fend off major strides made by Apple Inc and its MacBook Air into the high-end personal computing market.


Huawei sees smartphones leading growth in consumer devices

Huawei is looking to its smartphones to outpace global growth rates and drive a consumer gadgets business.


Apple to return some Mac production to US in 2013

Apple Inc plans to move some production of Macintosh computers to the US from China next year, said Cook.


Amazon is building a set-top box

Amazon is planning to launch a set-top box for streaming content via the Internet and onto consumers' TV screens.


Computers will have emotional intelligence by 2029

Google is making strides in developing search engines that understand and interpret human logic and feelings, says Ray Kurzweil