The Facebook COO received a fat payday thanks to Wall Street's newfound love of the stock.
The carrier will pay its rival nearly $2.37 billion and give it spectrum worth $950 million for some valuable low-frequency bands to help build its LTE network.
The company's fourth-quarter results top estimates as its enterprise business holds up with slight declines. The consumer business takes a big hit.
The Big Apple may be on course to cut its carbon footprint by a third, but this video is an arresting illustration of the challenge.
Neato improved on its already-impressive robot vacuums with the BotVac line. Roomba 870 fans might find that Neato's BotVac 85 offers similar features and performance, but you get more accessories (like three filters rather than the 870's two) and much shorter run times.
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A CNET reader wants to know if letterboxed Blu-ray movies are really "1080p." Geoff Morrison helps him out.
Adobe managed to exceed both Wall Street and its own expectations, closing out the year with high fourth quarter earnings and overall revenue growth for 2011.
In a surprising announcement, Verizon will buy spectrum from Comcast, Time Warner Cable, and Bright House Networks--collectively known as SpectrumCo.
Venture capital investment rises 8 percent and a larger percentage of funding goes to later-stage deals, according to an Ernst & Young report.
The XV-21 is a great all-around robot vacuum and a viable Roomba alternative, but among Neatos, we'll stick with the brainier, similarly priced XV Signature Pro.