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  • This product image provided by Sony Corp., shows the Sony Reader Pocket Edition, in black. (AP Photo/Sony Corp.) NO SALES

    Touch screen, price hike to cheapest Sony e-reader

    Lately, the electronic-reader market has been a race to the bottom, with major players such as Amazon.com Inc. and Barnes & Noble Inc. tussling over which can offer consumers the best, cheapest e-reader.


  • Summary Box: FCC seeks more net neutrality input

    TAKING COMMENTS: The Federal Communications Commission is seeking public input on what rules should apply to wireless Internet access and specialized services that aren't part of the Internet but are delivered over wired broadband connections.


  • Apple CEO Steve Jobs shows the new Apple iPad display, at a news conference in San Francisco, Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2010. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)

    Apple CEO Jobs announces new iPod lineup

    Apple Inc. CEO Steve Jobs announced a new line of iPods on Wednesday, including a Nano model that has a touch screen and lacks buttons.


  • Greenpeace wants Facebook center off coal fuel

    Greenpeace said about 500,000 Facebook users have urged the world's largest online social network to abandon plans to buy electricity from a coal-based energy company for its new data center in the U.S.


  • This product image provided by Sony Corp., shows the Sony Reader Pocket Edition, in black. (AP Photo/Sony Corp.) NO SALES

    TechBits package

    Lately, the electronic-reader market has been a race to the bottom, with major players such as Amazon.com Inc. and Barnes & Noble Inc. tussling over which can offer consumers the best, cheapest e-reader.


  • At a glance: Apple unveils new iPods, Apple TV

    Apple Inc. refreshed its iPod media player lineup and unveiled software updates Wednesday:


  • Johnnie Coleman, of MainOne Cable, walks past submarine-line terminating equipment at the cable-landing station in Lagos, Nigeria, on Aug. 5. This summer, a new $250 million MainOne cable snaked along the West African coastline, ending at Lagos, Nigeria's commercial capital. (Associated Press)

    New cables to tie Africa to Internet

    For a decade, West Africa's main connection to the Internet has been a single fiber-optic cable in the Atlantic, a tenuous and expensive link for one of the poorest areas of the planet. But this summer, a second cable snaked along the West African coastline, ending at Nigeria's commercial capital, Lagos.


  • FCC seeks input on rules for online services

    Federal regulators are seeking public input on what rules should apply to wireless Internet access and specialized services that aren't part of the Internet but are delivered over wired broadband connections.


  • Apple CEO Steve Jobs opens music-themed event

    Apple CEO Steve Jobs is opening a music-themed event in San Francisco with a nod to a co-founder, Steve Wozniak.


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