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Archive for April, 2011

Google’s Stock Tumbles Due To Hiring Spree

Larry Page, who replaced Eric Schmidt as Google Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOG, stock) CEO last week, is back on hiring spree in his hunger for new growth opportunities such as mobile and video advertising. Google boosted hiring by more than 1,900 people during the first quarter and in the process hurt the bottom-line, something which caused […]

... written on Apr 15 2011

RPK’s Latest Revelation – Sarawak BN’s Secret Weapon?

Cash or rather money is King. It’s true when stock market crashes and everybody adopts sell first ask question later. Japan’s recent earthquake crippled global stock markets, at least temporarily. Those who bought into the panic selling were laughing to the banks. The current Sarawak state election also witnesses some sort of panic but fortunately […]

... written on Apr 15 2011

Cyber Attacks On Malaysiakini – 5 Things To Do

Malaysiakini.com, the second most visited news website by more than 17 million internet users in Malaysia was down from 11 am yesterday, thanks to cyber attacks. The website technical team believed the inaccessible was due to denial-of-service or DOS attack. Malaysiakini said both their servers which were hosted locally at two data-centres – TM Brickfields […]

... written on Apr 13 2011

Sarawak Election 2011 – 10 Reasons BN Will Still Win

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak has been sweating a lot lately, not because of his hectic schedule due to Sarawak state election but because the intelligence reports could not confirm Sarawak, being ruling government’s “fixed deposit”, would maintain its two-thirds majority. Hence the change of his official schedule to spend six-day until the eve of […]

... written on Apr 11 2011

Don’t Trust Gartner’s Smart-Phone Market Forecast

Bond ratings firm Moody thinks Nokia Corp’s (NYSE: NOK, stock) outlook is poor and reduced it to negative. It’s no brainer that Nokia’s position in mobile devices has been weakened tremendously especially in the current smart-phone business, not even Nokia’s adoption of Windows Phone 7 platform could raised much eyebrows. Maybe Moody’s latest rating was […]

... written on Apr 10 2011

Facebook’s New Campus In Menlo Park (Photos)

Facebook is about to move its headquarters from Palo Alto to Menlo Park, a 57-acre campus about 30 miles south of San Francisco. The campus was formerly occupied by Sun Microsystems until it was bought over by Oracle Corp last year. With headcount growth of about 50% a year, it was hope the new site […]

... written on Apr 06 2011

Nuclear Plants – Balancing Corruptions And Risks

Sometimes it’s super dangerous to have politicians who couldn’t care less about human lives as long as they can make some millions (through corruption) at their backyards. It’s one thing that your country couldn’t generate enough power to need demands but it’s another thing if you’re toying with the idea of nuclear plants when you’ve […]

... written on Apr 05 2011









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