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Nintendo's President Satoru Iwata is unfazed by rival Sony's plans for an upgraded successor to the PlayStation Portable, confident that his company's 3-D handheld game machine going on sale next month has a competitive edge.
Google Inc. is getting closer to releasing a version of the Android software meant for tablet computers, one that will include a fresh look and updated Web browser and keyboard.
Nintendo President Satoru Iwata said Friday rival Sony was taking a different tack from his company and so he remains upbeat about his 3-D portable game machine going on sale next month.
Volkswagen has redefined craftsmanship with their world debut of the all-new Passat, a transformational car in Volkswagen's ambitious growth plan for the U.S. market.
Ford's continually evolving global kinetic design philosophy is well-suited to the next generation of compact sport utility vehicles as envisioned by the Ford Vertrek concept unveiled recently at the 2011 North American International Auto Show.
FBI agents on Thursday executed more than 40 search warrants throughout the United States as part of an ongoing federal investigation into recent coordinated cyber attacks against major companies and organizations.
U.S. and British authorities carried out a coordinated series of raids Thursday as part of a growing international hunt for the hackers behind several cyber-attacks in support of the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks.
Microsoft Corp.'s net income for the latest quarter fell slightly from a year ago but the software giant still beat Wall Street's expectations despite the weak personal computer market.
News Corp. is now set to unveil the world's first iPad-only newspaper, The Daily, in New York next Wednesday.