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An upcoming video game starring Michael Jackson is set to be "Bad."
SMART PHONES: Samsung's new Galaxy S line of smart phones runs Google Inc.'s Android operating system. The Samsung Captivate and Vibrant are available through AT&T and T-Mobile, respectively, while Sprint will start selling the Epic 4G at the end of the month.
The German government will consider new rules to address the privacy implications of Internet services such as Google's "Street View," and plans a meeting next month with the California-based company and others, officials said Wednesday.
THE PROPOSAL: A proposed settlement to a long-running dispute between radio broadcasters and the recording industry over music royalties could include a federal mandate that all new cell phones have an FM radio chip.
Jeff Webber, the publisher of USAToday.com, will retire Nov. 1, the newspaper said Wednesday.
The more phones that hit the market using Google's Android operating software, the harder it is for each offering to stand out from the black-and-silver crowd.
A long-running dispute between radio broadcasters and the recording industry over music royalties has taken an unexpected turn with a proposed settlement that threatens to drag the mobile phone industry into the ring.
Facebook users carrying their smart phones will soon be able to "check in" to real-world locations such as bars, parks and live concerts as the social network makes its first foray into the location services craze.
Facebook users carrying their smart phones will soon be able to check in to real-life locations such as restaurants, bars or live concerts.