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When Apple has a hit on its hands, expect competing devices to start rolling in.
Amazon.com Inc. is selling a self-published guide that offers advice to pedophiles, and that has generated outrage on the Internet and threats to boycott the retailer.
BIG MONEY: Google Inc.'s 23,300 employees will be getting 10 percent raises next year.
Amazon is selling a self-published book defending pedophiles, sparking discussions about the retailer's obligation to vet items before they are sold in its online stores.
Google Inc. is showing it still knows how to make its employees feel special: It is giving all 23,300 of them 10 percent raises next year.
Global smart phone sales nearly doubled in the third quarter, and Apple is now one of the top five bestselling manufacturers, a new study finds.
Here's where the iPad has gotten me: I'm sitting with an old book in one hand and a utility knife in the other. My plan is to make the two meet, by cutting up the book and feeding the pages through a scanner.
The Dallas Cowboys website is back to normal.
GOING COLOR: E Ink Corp., which makes the black-and-white display for Amazon.com Inc.'s Kindle, will begin selling screens that also show colors. There's no immediate word on whether that means a color Kindle is coming.