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  • File - In this Sept. 29, 2010 file photo, a visitor operates a Nintendo 3DS featuring 3-D imagery during a press conference by Nintendo Co. President Satoru Iwata where he launches the new game machine which will hit the Japanese market in Feb., 2011 in Chiba near Tokyo, Japan. Nintendo reported Thursday, Oct. 28, 2010, it sank into the red for the fiscal first half, battered by a rising yen that hurts exports and plunging sales as demand for its game machines ran out of steam. (AP Photo/Shuji Kajiyama, File)

    Nintendo sinks into the red for first half

    Nintendo sank to a first-half loss, its first in seven years, as a rising yen and long-delayed release of its 3-D gaming machine set the scene for a weak full-year result.


  • Hynix net profit surges to record as sales rise

    Hynix Semiconductor, the world's second-largest manufacturer of computer memory chips, said third-quarter net profit more than quadrupled to a record high as increased shipments helped make up for chip price declines.


  • FILE- This Feb. 11, 2009 file photo shows an owner beginning to write a text message on his cell phone in Los Angeles. The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project said in October that 75 percent of teens have a cell phone and that a typical teen sends about 50 texts a day.     (AP Photo/Matt Sayles, FILE)

    Are texting and Facebook worse for teens than TV?

    Let's face it: Teenagers spend hours texting, socializing on Facebook and playing video games. And it's driving their parents nuts.


  • **FILE** A Motorola office address is displayed July 26, 2010, in Santa Clara, Calif. (Associated Press)

    Motorola posts 3Q sales jump, first since 2006

    Motorola Inc.'s quarterly revenue rose over the previous year for the first time since 2006, when its Razr phone was still cutting-edge technology.


  • Microsoft's Ballmer hypes smart phone, browser

    Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer pumped up unique features in the company's new Web browser and smart phone software at a software developer conference Thursday, the company's annual pep rally for people who will build programs for the Web, Windows computers and phones.


  • Correction: Cake Boss-Trademark story

    In a story Oct. 25 about a trademark lawsuit involving TLC's "Cake Boss" show and a software company that makes a similarly named product, The Associated Press erroneously stated the location of the company, Masters Software. It is located in Cedar Park, Texas, not Seattle.


  • Microsoft updates Internet Explorer 9 code

    Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer pumped up unique features in the company's new Web browser and smart phone software at a software developer conference Thursday, the company's annual pep rally for people who will build programs for the Web, Windows computers and phones.


  • Triumph Sprint GT designed for all roads

    Five years after Triumph introduced the popular 1050cc Sprint ST sports touring bike, the British marque has introduced a new model with greater practicality and more emphasis on the touring aspect of sports touring: the Triumph Sprint GT.


  • The i-MiEVs have landed

    Mitsubishi Motors North America announces the arrival of i-MiEV to its national press fleet.


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