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Tweeting your favorite stories may be getting a little easier.
Digital video recording pioneer TiVo Inc. and cable television provider Cox Communications Inc. are making it easier for Cox subscribers who use TiVo's DVR boxes to watch Cox's on-demand video content.
Wireless carrier Sprint Nextel Corp. said Thursday that one of its top product development veterans is leaving the company.
THE THREAT: India's Home Ministry says it will block BlackBerry corporate e-mail and messaging services unless the device's manufacturer makes data easily available to its intelligence and law enforcement agencies. The deadline is Aug. 31.
PayPal wants to make it easier to buy low-cost digital goods online, whether it's a single article on a news website or virtual items in a video game.
Delta Air Lines Inc. said Thursday it's launched a new "Ticket Window" on Facebook that will allow passengers to book directly on the social media site.
Oracle Corp. said Thursday it has filed a patent and copyright-infringement lawsuit against Google Inc.
THE REDESIGN: In simplifying its user home page, MySpace is making users' stream _ the flow of content and updates that's the center of social networking _ wider and more prominent. It is also streamlining other parts of the page, such as recommendations.
Retail website operator GSI Commerce said Wednesday that it has hired a new chief technology officer.