Monday, 22 Aug 2011
HP announces that it will be expanding its 'A Catalyst for Change' trade-in promotion for qualifying customers in Asia Pacific.
IBM announces that it has presented a RM30,000 grant to KL Krashpad and volunteers from IBM Malaysia for social welfare projects.
Codemasters Games Art Studio announces that it has given the first batch of its Accelerator training program graduates full-time employment in the studio.
WD announces the official launch of its new Digital Life Store at the Avenue Mall in Penang.
Hong Leong Bank has just launched its new digital banking service called Hong Leong Connect, which spans all major mobile platforms.
Pradotec and Intel Malaysia announces the new HPT600 e-Passport reading device, which addresses the rising needs of travel identification solutions.
AMD boosts its AMD Fusion APUs for ultrathin and value notebooks, netbooks, all-in-ones, and desktops with top-of-the-line features.
Dell's latest Inspiron 13z comes in an incredibly thin chassis, and yet still matches the performance level that users require.
HP's Software University Program helps UiTM students boost employability and is fully funded by the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE).
3DS owners who picked up the device before Nintendo slashed the price were given a special invitation to its Ambassador Program and now you can check if you have successfully registered with Nintendo's serial number checker.