Ipoh, Perak Darul Ridzuan, Malaysia

At the heart of Kinta Valley. The capital city of the state of Perak. An opposition stronghold. Factory of brilliant people. Desolated through emigration of its inhabitants to other parts of the country and overseas. Yet... it is forever remembered by its people.

Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Demonstration of willing sellers and willing buyers to get together for the mutual beneficial terms - Verizon pays for CBS's analog and digital signals, as well as the video-on-demand.

South African gaming billionaire, Sol Kerzner is on
$3.6bil deal for his Kerzner International from Government of Dubai.

Chrysler was recalling the
faulty windshield wipers.

Geico Corp, as one unit of Berkshire Hathaway Inc which being controlled by world's second tycoon Warren Buffet, was
accused of unfair automobile insurance rate which taking consumers' education background and occupation as criterias, stressing on minorities and low-income groups.

Recent pact between US's Applied Nanotech and Taiwan's Da Ling Co puts high expectation of
pilot test on widescreen nano-TV, which is poised to deliver better picture quality than existing plasma and LCD TVs.

Mozilla's
Firebox 2 open-source browser is believed to be released on this week.

Telecom with
$500mil building on mobile network which deploys same UMTS technology by Vodafone and Aussie's Telstra.

Partnership between Nikefootball and Google to make whooa for football fans' social-networking into new realm - Nike provides content and Google plays role as technical partner. Joga.com is the quietly borned baby.

Microsoft's imminent IPTV.

Gates was actually sizing up the Web 2.0's generation? Catch it
here.

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