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  • Dennis Ritchie, computer-programming pioneer, dies

    Dennis Ritchie, a pioneer in computer programming, is dead at age 70, according to his longtime employer.


  • BlackBerry maker says service fully restored

    BlackBerry services buzzed back to life across the world Thursday, after a three-day outage that interrupted email messages and Internet services for millions of customers.


  • AP sources: Apple in talks for iCloud for movies

    Apple is in talks with Hollywood studios about offering its new iCloud services for movies. That would allow people to buy movies on iTunes and then watch them on any Apple-made device without needing to transfer or save files.


  • Summary Box: Google delivers impressive 3Q

    GOOGLE STILL THRIVING: The Internet search and advertising leader's third-quarter results made it seem like Google Inc. is operating in an isolated bubble of prosperity amid mounting fears of another global recession. The company's earnings climbed 26 percent to $2.7 billion while revenue rose 33 percent to $9.7 billion. Google also hired nearly 2,600 workers.


  • MapQuest website ranks neighborhoods, amenities

    MapQuest is launching a website that ranks thousands of neighborhoods on quality-of-life measures including restaurants and bars, shopping and how easy it is to get around on foot.


  • Post-relaunch, DC sells more than 5M comics

    New origins, new costumes and new stories have brought DC Comics new sales records.


  • Zynga plans to list stock on Nasdaq

    Online game maker Zynga Inc. is planning to list its stock on the Nasdaq Stock Market.


  • BlackBerry services come sputtering back

    BlackBerry services buzzed back to life across the world Thursday, after a three-day outage that interrupted email messages and Internet services for millions of customers.


  • Australian court bans sales of Samsung Galaxy tab

    A court has temporarily banned Samsung from selling its new Galaxy tablet computer in Australia, another setback for the South Korean electronics giant in a global patent battle with Apple Inc. that accuses it of slavishly copying the iPad and iPhone.


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