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  • Research firm: Amazon sells $199 tablet at a loss

    Amazon.com Inc.'s Kindle Fire tablet, which started shipping this week, costs $201.70 to make, a research firm said Friday. That's $2.70 more than Amazon charges for it.


  • Clearwire slammed as CEO reportedly mulls default

    Shares of wireless broadband network operator Clearwire Corp. plunged Friday after its chief executive told The Wall Street Journal that the company is weighing whether to make a large interest payment on Dec. 1.


  • Research firm: Amazon tablet costs $201.70 to make

    Amazon.com Inc.'s Kindle Fire tablet, which started shipping this week, costs $201.70 to make, a research firm said Friday. That's $2.70 more than Amazon charges for it.


  • Scientists: Faster-than-light finding still holds

    The chances have risen that Einstein was wrong about a fundamental law of the universe.


  • GE investing $1B in Silicon Valley software hub

    General Electric Co., a maker of power plants, jet engines and medical imaging equipment, said Thursday that it is investing $1 billion in a new software headquarters in Silicon Valley with plans to hire 400 software-related staffers to develop what it calls the "Industrial Internet."


  • VERSACE: Cybersecurity advances to 'military grade'

    There are some who would interpret the Homeland Security Department data on cyber-attacks as signs of a new growth industry, but with corporate, personal and other key data at stake, it is no laughing matter. I recently spoke with Brian Vosburgh, a solutions architect at Stonesoft Inc., a provider of network security and high availability solutions to thousands of enterprises and government agencies around the globe. Unlike other vendors, Stonesoft focuses 100 percent on developing "military grade" network security solutions that simplify management and protection.


  • The new Ford Escape

    The Ford Escape, America's best-selling SUV, will raise the bar even higher with the debut of an all-new model that features 11 new exclusive features and fuel economy projected to top any vehicle of its kind on the market today.


  • GE investing $1B in Bay Area software hub

    General Electric Co., a maker of power plants, jet engines and medical imaging equipment, said Thursday that it is investing $1 billion in a new software headquarters in the San Francisco Bay Area with plans to hire 400 software-related staffers to develop what it calls the "Industrial Internet."


  • Acura RL sedan gets smarter

    The RL luxury performance sedan has long served as one of Acura's most technologically advanced vehicles, and for 2012 such use of technology abounds. Whether it be advance technology applied to the engine, chassis or interior- the RL owner will reap the benefits in the form of performance, safety and comfort.


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