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LinkedIn tackles China with a startup approach

China has been a tough market for U.S. Internet companies to crack, but LinkedIn has high hopes it can buck the trend and increase its user base in the country to as high as 50 million over the next five years.

Guardian, Post win Pulitzers for NSA spying coverage

The Washington Post and the U.S. edition of the Guardian newspaper have each won a public service Pulitzer Prize for reporting on the leaks by Edward Snowden that revealed the extent of surveillance on ordinary citizens.

U.S. NSA denies knowing about Heartbleed flaw for years

The U.S. National Security Agency, which has a cybersecurity mission in addition to surveillance, has disputed a report that it knew about the Heartbleed security vulnerability for at least two years before other researchers disclosed the flaw this month.

MANAGEMENT CENTRE

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APPLICATIONS

New Office 365 Personal plan targets individual iPad, PC users

Microsoft now has a cheaper Office 365 subscription plan for those who only want to use the office suite on a single computer and tablet.

CLOUD COMPUTING

Macquarie Group, Atlassian, Mirvac back Dropbox for Business

Dropbox set to open Sydney office to access Australia's talent pool

DATA CENTER

Intel beats estimates, with signs of hope for PC business

While Intel highlighted signs of improvement in the PC space, the company's data center business shone brightest.

IMAGING AND PRINTING

HP survey finds up to a quarter of male office workers in Australia scream abuse at printers

Similar proportion of females more likely to give a printer words of encouragement.

INDUSTRIES

Uber ride-sharing service hit by Brussels court ban

A Brussels court has banned Uber from operating its ride hailing service in the city because its drivers don't have a taxi license, local media reported Tuesday. If it flouts the ban, Uber must pay a penalty of €10,000 (US$13,800) per violation.

INTERNET

Bringing Malaysia's most innovative netizens into the limelight: DiGi

The fourth iteration of its annual WWWOW Internet For All awards includes new categories and prizes in a bid to recognise the most inspiring Malaysian netizens, says DiGi's Chan May Ling.

MOBILE AND WIRELESS

MacBook Pro vs. MacBook Air: how I made the choice

Lately, I've been struggling with what's clearly a first-world problem: I have too many computers.

NETWORKING

UFB ahead of schedule: Chorus

Fixed line and broadband connections moving along

OPERATING SYSTEMS

Canonical's new Ubuntu focuses on the long haul

As organizations move in-house systems to the cloud, Canonical wants them to consider switching their OSes as well.

SECURITY

British Mumsnet falls to Heartbleed hackers as 1.5 million users reset passwords

The site said it had no way of knowing the extent of the breach but in "the worst case scenario is that the data of every Mumsnet user account was accessed."

STORAGE

WD introduces Thunderbolt-powered storage for Malaysian mobile professionals

Western Digital has launched in Malaysia its first portable Thunderbolt-powered dual-drive solution – My Passport Pro - for creatives and mobile professionals.

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BLOGS

Blurred Lines -- Living on the Edge of Digital and Physical Worlds

The “cyber physical” is changing the way we experience everyday life.

Balancing IT efficiency and effectiveness maximise customer satisfaction, minimise costs

Asian CIOs understand that successful business transformation demands an effective IT department that operates within a framework of processes, by a group of people that can deliver business-directed technology solutions.

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