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Latest Technology_Internet Items
The rapid-fire events of the past two weeks, first in Tunisia, then in Egypt, next in — where? — give some indication of the need to stay in touch via technology.
Intel Corp. on Monday said it has found a design flaw in a recently released chip, and is working with laptop makers to replace affected computers.
Oracle Corp. has agreed to pay $46 million to settle a lawsuit over alleged kickbacks to win government work.
Baidu.com Inc., which operates China's leading search engine, said Monday that its fourth-quarter profit more than tripled to surpass Wall Street expectations, sending shares higher in after-hours trading.
The illegal downloading and sharing on the Internet of copyrighted material such as pirated movies, music and games accounts for almost one-quarter of all global traffic on the World Wide Web, according to a new study.
An alcohol-detection prototype that uses automatic sensors to instantly gauge a driver's fitness to be on the road has the potential to save thousands of lives, but could be as long as a decade away from everyday use in cars, federal officials and researchers said Friday.
Egyptians continued to use the Web and social-networking tools to organize protests and communicate with the outside world over the weekend, despite the unprecedented efforts of the government to shut down the country's Internet and curtail cell-phone service.
Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg and his "The Social Network" doppelganger Jesse Eisenberg made friends on "Saturday Night Live."
Comcast, the nation's largest cable TV company, has acquired a majority stake in NBC Universal, the owner of the fourth-ranked NBC broadcast network, a bevy of cable channels and the Universal Pictures movie studio.