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  • Judge overturns $1.3B penalty against SAP

    A federal judge has overturned a $1.3 billion verdict against business software maker SAP, calling it "grossly excessive."


  • Woman sues Microsoft over mobile location tracking

    Microsoft Corp. is being sued by a Michigan woman who alleges the world's largest software maker illegally tracks people whose mobile devices run its Windows Phone 7 operating software.


  • Starz quits talks to renew Netflix streaming deal

    Starz says that it has ended renewal talks with Netflix on providing movies and other content for its on-demand streaming service.


  • US newspaper ad revenue falls another 7 pct in 2Q

    The U.S. newspaper industry's financial slump reached a discouraging milestone during the second quarter. Advertising revenue, newspapers' main source of revenue, has now been falling for five years.


  • NASA VIA ASSOCIATED PRESS
This image provided Thursday by NASA shows the Mars rover Opportunity using its camera to take a photograph showing the rover's arm extended toward a light-toned rock, "Tisdale 2," during the rover's 2,695th day on the planet.

    Opportunity sending photos of new surroundings on Mars

    The Mars rover Opportunity has been snapping pictures like a tourist since arriving at its latest crater destination, much to the delight of scientists many millions of miles away.


  • Mobile shopping: More buzz than buy so far

    When it comes to mobile shopping, so far there's more buzz than buy.


  • Netflix stock falls as talks on Starz deal unravel

    Netflix's negotiations to keep a key piece of its Internet video library have collapsed, dealing a major blow to the largest U.S. video subscription service as it raises the prices for most of its 25 million customers. The setback triggered a nearly 9 percent drop in Netflix Inc.'s stock price.


  • Mars rover Opportunity studying new surroundings

    The Mars rover Opportunity is snapping pictures like a tourist since arriving at its latest crater destination, much to the delight of scientists many millions of miles away.


  • Kia Soul priced just right

    Kia has just released pricing for the more powerful and fuel-efficient 2012 Soul will begin at a best-in-class $13,900 MSRP while the Soul A/T starts at $15,700. The funky urban passenger vehicle's highest trim level - Soul! (Exclaim) - starts under $20,000 and delivers refined and modern features such as exclusive projector headlamps with front LED accents and LED taillights complemented by stunning new 18-inch alloy wheels, Kia's UVO powered by Microsoft4 voice-activated infotainment system (expected to be available this fall) with a 4.3-inch color touch screen and rear camera display and an all-new 350-watt seven-speaker Infinity audio system (also optional on Soul+).


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