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The rapid-fire events of the past two weeks, first in Tunisia, then in Egypt, next in — where? — give some indication of the need to stay in touch via technology.
Baidu.com Inc., which operates China's leading search engine, said Monday that its fourth-quarter profit more than tripled to surpass Wall Street expectations, sending shares higher in after-hours trading.
The illegal downloading and sharing on the Internet of copyrighted material such as pirated movies, music and games accounts for almost one-quarter of all global traffic on the World Wide Web, according to a new study.
At the Pro Bowl this weekend in Hawaii, Michael Vick will start at quarterback _ an unmistakable benchmark for what has been a rapid, successful and, in some circles, surprising comeback.
Google Inc. is getting closer to releasing a version of the Android software meant for tablet computers, one that will include a fresh look and updated Web browser and keyboard.
About a half-hour past midnight Friday morning in Egypt, the Internet went dead.
Amazon.com's results for the holiday shopping season highlight the inherent tension between retailers and consumers: What's good for one isn't necessarily good for the other.
The CEO of AT&T Inc. on Thursday said the company will start "very aggressively" marketing smart phones based on Google Inc.'s Android software now that it will no longer be the exclusive carrier for Apple Inc.'s iPhone in the U.S.
Amazon.com uncharacteristically missed Wall Street's revenue target in the fourth quarter, sending the stock tumbling nearly 9 percent and showing that not all Internet companies benefited equally from the holiday shopping season.