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SQL Server and enterprise products more than hold Microsoft over ahead of the Windows 8 launch as company delivers strong third quarter.
For less than five bucks (or more, if you're feeling generous), you can score a great collection of action/strategy games and help worthy causes.
The LG Optimus C is just like the other Optimus handsets, but made for Cricket Wireless.
T-Mobile's launching a new Android device, but it's not exactly the one we were expecting. Meet the new Garminfone.
With Earth Hour making us aware of the need to conserve electricity, we conduct a real-world test to see just how much our TVs, computers and other home electronics equipment costs to run.
Samsung rolls out the Instinct SPM-M800, a new iPhone-like handset for Sprint.
Surprising advertising numbers from ComScore show Google can suffer from a bad economy like everyone else. Wall Street is horrified.
Flickr took Yahoo Photos' second-place ranking, but Photobucket remains No. 1.
Company withholds nearly $296 million, or 4.57 million of the CEO's restricted shares, to cover applicable taxes.