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- John Kerry condemns attack on Israeli soldiers, kidnapping
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Latest Technology_Internet Items
Google wants to become the hub of online travel, promising better bargains and more convenience by melding the Internet search leader's wizardry with the Web's top airline-fare tracker, ITA Software.
When a sharply divided Federal Communications Commission approved sweeping Internet regulations in December, Republican lawmakers vowed that the incoming Congress would undo the action. That effort begins in earnest Wednesday with the appearance of FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski before a key House panel to defend the "net neutrality" rules.
Personal computer maker Dell Inc. said Tuesday its net income more than doubled in the most recent quarter, as businesses spent more on computers, servers and other technology.
Whenever I think the printer market has been fully saturated, that there could be nothing new to add to all this, I'm often surprised.
Apple Inc. announced a subscription system for buying newspapers and magazines on iPhone and iPad applications on Tuesday, making it easier for publishers to mine the popular mobile devices for more revenue.
Apple is saying that if publishers want to sell digital newspapers and magazines for the iPhone and iPad, they must give customers the option of paying through its iTunes store.
Smart phone maker HTC Corp. is showing off a tablet computer that can be used either with a finger or with a battery-powered "pen" for drawing and note-taking.
The United States stands with cyber dissidents and democracy activists from the Middle East to China and beyond, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Tuesday. She pledged to expand the Obama administration's efforts to foil Internet repression in autocratic states.
Abandoning an earlier policy of diplomatic restraint, the CEO of Google says the company is "very, very proud" of Egyptian employee Wael Ghonim, who organized protests in Egypt and was thrown in jail there.