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Software maker Adobe Systems Inc. on Monday posted earnings for its latest quarter that exceeded analyst expectations, and it provided a rosy outlook.
Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg started a visit to China on Monday with a tour of the offices of the country's top search engine, while his own social networking site remained blocked on the mainland.
Lord Chief Justice Igor Judge, the head of the judiciary in England and Wales, said the use of "unobtrusive, hand held, virtually silent" equipment to give live text updates was unlikely to interfere with the administration of justice.
It's the tweet smell of success for courtroom microbloggers in Britain.
Foursquare, a popular location-sharing service for smart phones, will soon let users comment on where their friends check in and upload photos linked to places visited.
The publisher of the popular "The Smurfs' Village" game for the iPhone and iPad has added a warning that virtual items such as "Smurfberries" cost real money _ as much as $100 with just two taps on the screen.
The Associated Press said Monday that it is partnering with a new technology vendor for its online video network in a move that will help websites broaden their video news offerings.
Foursquare, a popular location-sharing service for smart phones, is now letting you upload a photo of that tasty burger you're about to bite into. You can also let your friend know, through a comment on his recent check-in at a bar around the corner, that you'll meet him when you're done chowing down.
Hugo Chavez, the rowdy left-wing president of Venezuela, doesn't have to nibble at freedom of speech via the Internet. Unlike government officials here and elsewhere, Mr. Chavez runs an "efficient" government. He just scarfs down everything in his way.