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Making music with your pulse -- for health and science

Startup BioBeats plans to join biometrics with entertaining apps to create tools that help you stay healthy -- and that collect troves of data that medical researchers can use.

By August 1, 2013

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Orange and T-Mobile hike prices yet again

Orange and T-Mobile are bilking customers yet again with a new round of price increases to your monthly bill.

By March 4, 2013

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Apple's Thunderbolt cable gets a price drop, shorter version

One of Apple's priciest peripheral cables is now slightly less expensive, and it has a stubbier sibling.

By January 9, 2013

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Screens test, Part 2: Galaxy Note 2 vs. Apple iPhone 5

CNET tests the screens of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Apple iPhone 5, and after adjustment the Note 2 almost evens the race.

By October 26, 2012

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Apple's iPad overtaking PC sales in schools

The education market is a big segment of computer and tablet sales in the U.S. and new data claims, "the iPad is beginning to cannibalize a material portion of PC sales in this market."

By September 4, 2012

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EU: Microsoft $1B antitrust penalty stands

The European General Court does lower the fine slightly to $1.07 billion following an antitrust ruling nearly five years ago.

By June 27, 2012

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RIM: Earnings show we're still in the game

BlackBerry maker's third-quarter results beat Wall Street estimates, demonstrating that it's still a big player in the smartphone market.

By December 16, 2010

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Google posts strong Q3 financial results

Financial analysts set their targets a little too low this quarter, as Google's ad revenue increased at a strong clip compared to the prior year.

By October 14, 2010

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Google's quarterly revenue, profits increase

Google isn't growing as strongly as it was a year ago, but 7 percent revenue growth exceeded analyst expectations amid signs the ad economy is getting stronger.

By October 15, 2009

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iPhone buoys AT&T subscriptions--but hurts profit

AT&T added more than a million new subscribers in the second quarter thanks to the iPhone, but big subsidies cut into the company's profits and margins.

By July 23, 2009