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Samsung first to deliver full HD 3D LED TV to Southeast Asia

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. has announced that the first models of its award-winning full HD 3D entertainment products will be gradually introduced to consumers in Southeast Asia and Oceania from this month, and the TVs will support new content and [ … ]
 

Where did I leave my iKey? The iPhone app that can unlock your front door

For its fans, the iPhone is the one gadget they simply cannot leave home without.

   

Apple’s iPad to hit market on April 3

Apple Inc. on Friday announced that iPad, its much-anticipated tablet computer, will hit stores beginning from April 3.

 

   

YouTube to offer automatic captions on all video contents

In a move to make its contents accessible to a wider audience, video-sharing website YouTube on Thursday said it is starting to add automatically generated captions to all of its video clips.
   

Productivity improvement with Cisco’s innovative data center

Cisco's unified computing system delivers innovation for virtualization that helps to improve productivity, increase service agility and lower total cost of ownership.
   

A new twist in teen sex sites: ‘off-line meetings’

"Off-line meetings" are now an up-to-date fashion for some teens, according to Tien Phong newspaper. A number of websites provide a platform for organizing these "off-line meetings," which are actuall [ … ]
   

Chat Roulette: Exploring the disturbing webcam service that connects you with strangers

First came Facebook, which connects you with close friends and school mates you don't really talk to anymore. Then came Twitter where you could 'follow' and be followed by complete strangers.

   

Google executives convicted of privacy violations in Italy

An Italian court in Milan on Wednesday convicted three Google executives of violating privacy laws because they did not move quickly enough to remove an online video that showed classmates abusing an [ … ]
   

10 billionth song downloaded from Apple’s iTunes

The 10 billionth song has been downloaded from Apple's iTunes, seven years after the launch of the online store which provided a lifeline to the struggling music industry.
   

Amazon launches free Kindle app for Blackberry

Amazon.com said on Thursday it is launching a new free Kindle application that will give customers access to over 420,000 books on a range of BlackBerry devices.
   

Microsoft steps up search assault on Google

Microsoft Corp's assault on search engine leader Google Inc took a major step forward on Thursday as U.S. and European regulators cleared the software company's search partnership with Yahoo Inc.
   

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