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Intel Corp. has booked its largest quarterly net income in a decade as the chipmaker benefits from a stronger computer market and more sophisticated factories.
A coalition of booksellers and Internet content providers has filed a federal lawsuit challenging a new Massachusetts law that outlaws the sending of sexually graphic instant messages to minors.
Apple has an iPhone problem it probably can't just fix with duct tape.
What if my blood sugar's too high today? Is it time for my blood pressure pill? With nagging text messages or more customized two-way interactions, researchers are trying to harness the power of cell phones to help fight chronic diseases.
A coalition of booksellers and Internet content providers on Tuesday filed a federal lawsuit challenging an expansion of Massachusetts' obscenity law to include electronic communications that may be harmful to minors.
Digital River Inc. said Tuesday it has appointed a former chief financial officer of Autodesk Inc. to its board.
Steve Ballmer, Microsoft Corp.'s CEO, is one of the brightest people I've ever encountered in computing. His comments Monday at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center certainly garnered attention: Microsoft's Windows 7 operating system, Mr. Ballmer declared, will soon power a line of devices that will compete with Apple's iPad.
Shares of Apple Inc. took a hit Tuesday amid investor concerns over antenna reception problems with the latest iPhone and a related decision by Consumer Reports magazine not to recommend the device.
Yahoo Inc. and Microsoft Corp. gained a little more ground on Internet search leader Google Inc. in June, largely because of techniques that automate some search requests.