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Topic - Google Inc.
Motorola says it wants to equip the world with the latest smartphone technology at less than a third the price.
Apple Inc. is refreshing its iPad lineup in hopes of reclaiming lost ground in the tablet market and slashing the prices of its Mac computers to intensify the pressure on the beleaguered makers of PCs running Microsoft's Windows.
Revelations about the National Security Agency’s monitoring of online communications have damaged the U.S. economy so badly that Americans should "be in the street with pitchforks," according to a senator leading the effort to reform federal surveillance laws.
Twitter is the latest social network to go public, but recent history shows Silicon Valley and Wall Street don't always mix so well.
Yahoo has refreshed its logo for the first time since shortly after the Internet company's founding 18 years ago.
Microsoft is wagering $7.2 billion on the idea that owning Nokia's phone business will help the software giant grab a bigger slice of the mobile computing market from Apple and Google.
Hundreds of thousands of protesters marked Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi's first anniversary in office Sunday with demonstrations in Cairo and in other cities across the country, demanding that the Islamist leader step down for failing to tackle economic and security problems.
A federal judge has ruled that Google Inc. must comply with the FBI's warrantless demands for customer data, rejecting the company's argument that the government's practice of issuing so-called national security letters to telecommunication companies, Internet service providers, banks and others was unconstitutional and unnecessary.
Yahoo has bought Silicon Valley startup Jybe so it can bring back five of its former engineers to help the Internet company build better mobile applications.
YouTube says more than 1 billion people are now visiting its online video site each month to watch everything from zany clips of cute kittens to sobering scenes of social unrest around the world.
A House panel is hearing testimony Tuesday about the need to update legislation governing law enforcement access to electronic communications such as email.
App Store Official Charts for the week ending March 18, 2013:
Demand Media is buying Creativebug, a provider of how-to crafty videos, as interest grows online in arts and crafts.
Search and technology giant Google faced charges of censorship Thursday after it banned software applications that block online adverts users don't want.