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Sony is telling PlayStation users that it had encrypted the credit card data that hackers may have stolen, reducing but not eliminating the chances that thieves could have used the information.
Faded social networking site Friendster will soon delete nearly a decade's worth of user photos, blog entries and other data in a revamp to set it apart from Facebook, a company official said Thursday.
Time Warner Cable Inc.'s high-speed Internet service overshadowed its core cable TV business as a boost in broadband subscribers contributed to a 52 percent increase in first-quarter net income.
Time Warner Cable Inc.'s first-quarter net income rose as more people signed up for high-speed Internet connections, which the company says is becoming the most important service for consumers.
An iPhone game that allows users to drive a truck full of immigrants through the desert while trying to prevent them from getting thrown out of the vehicle has been rejected by Apple Inc., the software's developer announced Thursday.
Apple says the long-delayed white iPhone 4 will go on sale Thursday in the United States, United Kingdom and 26 other countries for $199 or $299 depending on the model.
Yahoo's email service has suffered an outage that may be preventing a large number of users from getting into their inboxes.
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Technology company Hewlett-Packard says it has been awarded a multi-year contract worth up to $2.5 billion to provide technology services to NASA.