Expo shows off digital lifestyle


KUALA LUMPUR: Pikom — the Association of the Computer and Multimedia Industry of Malaysia — wants to educate the public on the evolution of technology, through its Digital Lifestyle Expo 2010.

Organising chairman Jeffrey Ooi said Pikom is using the expo as a platform to elevate people’s knowledge on the latest technologies that are changing the way we work and play.

“We want to create an awareness that there are new and coming technologies that are bringing big changes to our lives,” he told a press conference on the sidelines of the expo.

Pikom plans to build up the expo into a premier electronics fair, similar to the ones in the United States and Germany.

The expo, which is at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, ends on Sunday.

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