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  • ** FILE ** Army Gen. Keith B. Alexander (Associated Press)

    Cybercommand chief opposes U.N. net control

    The commander of the U.S. Cyber Command said Thursday that he does not favor giving the United Nations the power to regulate the Internet.

  • 2012 Acura RL delivers exceptional refinement

    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.

  • Ford poised to give more drivers safer texting alternatives

    Ford has released its latest free SYNC software update, G1 V3.2.2, to give more SYNC users the ability to have text messages read aloud to them while driving.

  • Apple employees celebrate Jobs, stores close

    Apple leaders, employees and pop culture stars celebrated the life of Steve Jobs in a tribute Wednesday to a computer visionary who changed the world when he incorporated music, media and lifestyle into a sleek line of products.

  • Microsoft's fiscal 1Q earnings hit analyst target

    Microsoft's Windows franchise regained some of its vigor during the company's latest quarter, but that might not be enough to overcome the perception that the world's largest software maker is being outmaneuvered by nimble rivals whose fortunes aren't tied to the personal computer.

  • Biography sheds new light on Steve Jobs' life

    Steve Jobs had a disdain for people who put profits first. In an upcoming authorized biography of the late Apple CEO, he calls the crop of executives brought in to run Apple after his ouster in 1985 "corrupt people" with "corrupt values" who cared only about making money.

  • Largest study on cellphones, cancer finds no link

    Danish researchers can offer some reassurance if you're concerned about your cellphone: Don't worry. Your device is probably safe.

  • Satellite pieces may hit Earth on weekend

    Pieces of a retired German satellite hurtling toward the atmosphere may crash to earth this weekend, the German Aerospace Center said Thursday.

  • Microsoft fiscal 1Q earnings match analyst views

    Microsoft's earnings for the latest quarter edged up 6 percent to match analyst estimates.

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