KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales said Tuesday that whistle-blower website WikiLeaks' decision to publish entire contents of classified U.S.
Facebook in deal to sell site credits in Asia
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - Facebook is partnering with a Malaysian company to sell credits at retail outlets across Asia for the first time, aiming to make it easier for millions of people to purchase virtual goods and play games on the social networking site while boosting revenue for developers.

PUTRAJAYA - Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin has said the Government will set up a laboratory to study the recruitment of foreign workers and the role of outsourcing companies on the matter.
Malaysian tycoon buys networking site Friendster
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - Malaysian tycoon Vincent Tan announced a deal to buy Friendster, a social networking site that still retains a strong following in Southeast Asia after losing in global popularity to Facebook and MySpace.
Twitter to scrap controversial suggested user list
PUTRAJAYA, Malaysia - Social-media site Twitter plans to scrap its hand-picked list of "suggested users" to follow after controversy erupted over the selection of people on the list, a company executive said Monday.
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