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The online media company can thank its takeover of Adap.tv and video ads for an acceleration in revenue, but it barely eked out a profit because of cutbacks at local news site Patch.
Media finds weird news impossible to resist, even when it sounds too silly to be true. But it can fool people especially easily when coming from a place like Japan, birthplace of wacky trends.
In the six years since it launched, 100 million iPod touches have been sold, Apple has announced.
As CEO Tim Cook prepares to testify before a congressional subcommittee, senators portray Apple as having exploited tax loopholes to escape paying its fair share.
Sony has two new mobiles, one of which boasts a flashing transparent strip along its undercarriage.
The distributor of TiVo in Australia could be set to halve the price of its recorder following a significant restructuring in December 2010.
The iPhone 5's initial shipment rate was too large to maintain, resulting in cutbacks, DisplaySearch says. But the cutbacks don't necessarily equal a drop in popularity.
New York's top photography store provides a clinic on how to sell tech gear.
The BlackBerry maker reported better-than-expected results, yet the stock is down today. What gives?
Using spare parts and mission plans developed for NASA's Curiosity Mars rover, the space agency says it can build and launch a new rover in 2020 and stay within current budget guidelines.