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  • Hackers take down CIA website

    The CIA is looking into reports that its public website, cia.gov, was taken down by a group of Internet hackers called "lulzsecurity."


  • Mark Kellner

    KELLNER: Acer's tablet shows promise, but Android worries a bit

    Plop down $449 or so for Acer's new Iconia A500 Tablet computer and you get something with a good-sized screen, a nice operating system, Wi-Fi and (potential) wireless broadband data connectivity. It's not a toy, and it can certainly hold its own against the category leading (if not crushing) Apple Inc. iPad 2.


  • Pandora shares increase in first day of trading

    The stock of popular but unprofitable Internet radio service Pandora Media Inc. increased in its market debut Wednesday, adding to the IPO frenzy that has some watchers talking tech bubble.


  • Specialist Jason Blatt (center) calls out prices for Pandora Media Inc. as it begins trading on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday. The IPO closed at $17.42, a gain of 8.9 percent. (Associated Press)

    Pandora IPO causes early frenzy

    The shares of popular but unprofitable Internet radio service Pandora Media Inc. soared more than 50 percent in its market debut Wednesday, adding to the initial public offering frenzy that had some watchers recalling the tech bubble.


  • Warner Bros. 1st studio to offer VOD to China TVs

    Warner Bros. said Wednesday that it will become the first Hollywood studio to license its movies to a national video-on-demand service that will connect to television sets in China.


  • Nielsen: Online video viewers watch less TV

    Americans who watch the most video online tend to watch less TV, according to The Nielsen Co., a finding that overturns a longstanding belief that people who watch more programming do so over all devices.


  • Engineers troubleshoot instrument on Cassini craft

    NASA says an instrument aboard the Cassini spacecraft studying Saturn and its moons is temporarily out of service.


  • Chicago Tribune expands coverage, print edition

    The Chicago Tribune has launched an expanded print edition of its newspaper with more local, investigative and other coverage.


  • Facebook hires former Clinton press secretary

    Facebook has hired Joe Lockhart, who served as press secretary during President Bill Clinton's second term, as vice president of global communications.


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