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CNET- NEWS: April 1999 - May 2000

Choong replaces Yasmin at HP Malaysia

Ann Winblad views Asia as "opportunity field"

Ericsson free phone offer is a hoax very much alive, plans Asia expansion

Coming soon: Asia's premier e-health service portal

Malaysian customs changes mind, lifts tax on Palm

HP Malaysia's Yasmin quits to join Dell

Miko Matsumura leaves BizTone for new start-up

Dell AP to replace glitchy memory chips in note books

Handspring Visor lands in Asia, makes Japan its first stop

CyberTouch spreads its wings to Sípore, HK

Chase Capitalís US$1 billion venture fund for Asia

NEC denies involvement in Mitsui-Telekom Malaysia kickbacks

Kickbacks: more norm than exception in Malaysia

Gateway to launch Athlon-based PCs in Asia

Inside man for Microsoft Mísia MD post

MSCís venture fund invests in first four

MDC dishes out grants to get MSC going

Microsoft Mísia MD resigns

Malaysiaís e-village project is still on, says MDC

Net payment player CardPro to list on Mesdaq

TMnet ties-up with Microsoft for co-branded portal

3Comís Palm is not a computing device, says Malaysian customs

Cybertrading kicks off, but company urges government regulation

Malaysian portal players on the march

Malaysia to crack down on e-gambling

Analysts skeptical about Time dotComís Net intentions

Time may list telco companies to get out of debt

Telemedicine contract worth RM95mil sealed

Malaysian telemedicine contract set for tomorrow

Malaysiaís Hollywood-styled e-village near MSC stalls

Mimos CEO stands by call to review MSC to license search technology, launches Chinese site

Malaysian fabs tipped for U.S. bank loans

Gateway traces hacker of Malaysian Web site

Doctored photo on Net stirs election controversy

Malaysian cyber election nixed

Netís influence limited in this election

"Phantom" voters show up on Internet electoral role

Malaysian election campaigning gets tech boost

Malaysian election fever heats up on the Internet

IBM touts Malaysian Internet e-billing solution

BizTone.Com gets US$5.5m in funding

Packard Bell NEC and NEC to merge sales outside Japan

Packard Bell NEC will not shut down Asia Pacific plant

A fully-networked school rises in rural Malaysia

Malaysia budget will help VCs plans Nasdaq listing in 12 months

Malaysia govt should not push telco mergers, says analyst

Seagate will not shut down any Malaysian plants

Celestica invests US$26m in new Malaysia plant

Malaysian university hackers identified as chat abuse culprits

Malaysiaís TMnet delivers ultimatum to abusers

Malaysiaís TMnet users permanently banned

Malaysian ISP Jaring to scan users following abuse

Undernet rejects Malaysiaís TMnet offer to host local chat server

Malaysiaís TMnet appeals to lift chat network ban

Malaysia domain the "most abusive" in the world for chatting

Major chat network bans all Malaysian users

Malaysiaís stalled MIT-led varsity may be revived

Malaysian companies to lead telemedicine project

Malaysiaís smart school project draws flak

Malaysia builds US$60m Hollywood-style studio for MSC

Dell confident of getting 50% revenue from Net

Advisors impressed with Malaysiaís MSC

Malaysia launches Multimedia University

Malaysiaís PM launches Cyberjaya

Acer to raise VC fund to US$1b

MDC claims Web site flaws were a "slip up", orders re-vamp

Malaysia launches venture capital fund for MSC

Malaysian Web sites still not error-free

Malaysia yanks flawed list of advisors

Cisco CEO denies he is part of MSC panel

Toffler to boycott MSC meeting

Proton to set up US$300m R&D center in Malaysia

Malaysiaís e-government details emerge

Mesdaq debuts, first stock fetches 19% premium

Malaysiaís high-tech board to begin trading Friday

CNET - FEATURES: May 1999 - April 2000

Knowledge Workers and why your e-business needs them, April 20, 2000"

All aboard the B2B by Julian Matthews, March 31, 2000

Patient Power! by Anita Devasahayam, March 24, 2000

Living the DotCom Dream, Feb 18

Toddlers on the Net: Should we expose young children to PCs? Feb 11

Cybertrading: Malaysia Enters Fray, Feb 4

Mimos: The Making of a Web Enterprise, Jan 28

Malaysiaís high-tech movers and shakers, Jan 21

Women in IT: Coming into their own, Dec 17, 1999

Malaysian Elections: On the cyber campaign trail, Dec 10, 1999

Linux on the march in Asia, Dec 3, 1999

Should the MSC Be Reviewed? Nov 25, 1999

Portalizing Asia, Nov 12, 1999

Virtual Varsities: getting a degree from your desktop, Oct 29, 1999

When teenagers rule the world, October 15, 1999

When new media meets old, October 8, 1999

Chat network ban: lessons in defective communication, September 24, 1999

Miko Matsumura: Evangelizing the Web app, Sept 16, 1999

Golden Surfers: When older netizens get on the info highway, September 3,1999

Homegrown software: the uphill battle to make a global impact, August 27, 1999

E-Village: Malaysia goes Mollywood, August 13, 1999

Remarked chips: The continual bane of the PC market, July 16,1999

Software piracy: Malaysia and BSA join forces
for clampdown, July 9, 1999

Wafer fabs in Malaysia: the race has begun, July 2, 1999

Net abuse: storm in Malaysiaís tea cup, June 25, 1999

Malaysian ISPs: struggling to keep pace, June 11, 1999

Paving the way to the one-card utopia, June 4, 1999

Malaysiaís Multimedia Super Corridor:
back on track, but flaws remain, May 28, 1999

CNET - OPINIONS: November 1999 - August 2000

A nation of hard-learners, August 28, 2000

Dotcom conundrum, July 3, 2000

Fear and greed on the Internet, June 5, 2000

Meet Malaysia's most wired school By Anita Devasahayam April 24, 2000

Digital shift or digital drift? By Anita Devasahayam March 28, 2000

Bad PC vendors makes no cent$, February 22, 2000

Charge of the e-junk brigade, January 10, 2000

Real world Net cynicism in a wired world, November 29, 2000

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