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Petman robot soldier shows off with push-ups

Boston Dynamics' Petman humanoid soldier looks pretty confident strutting its stuff on the treadmill.

By October 31, 2011

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Justice Department tries to freeze GE-Electrolux appliance deal

US regulator sues to stop a big appliance merger that it claims could push up prices and cut back options for consumers.

By July 1, 2015

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The 404 747: Where we're interrupting your dogmatic conversation (podcast)

We're interrupting your dogmatic chat today to talk about T-Pain's Facebook tattoo, push-up underwear tech for men, and whether or not it makes sense for the average family to cut the cable TV cord.

By January 31, 2011

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Ep. 747: Where we're interrupting your dogmatic conversation

We're interrupting your dogmatic chat today to talk about T-Pain's Facebook tattoo, push-up underwear tech for men, and whether or not it makes sense for the average family to cut the cable TV cord.

By January 31, 2011

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Amazon pushes up Daisey; Pud goes crazy

The Rumor Mill staff digs in to recently released books on Amazon's dirt and flameouts recorded by Phil Kaplan's dot-com dead pool.

May 24, 2002

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Mobile phone buyback offered at carrier stores

Start-up eRecycling Corps signs on Sprint to use its in-store phone buyback program. Will a point-of-sale recycling option push up recycling rates?

By March 23, 2010

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Chip foundries push up wafer plans

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing and United Microelectronics move forward by several months plans to open new plants to produce 300-millimeter wafers.

By April 11, 2002

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Andale trims staff, pushes up profit target

Auction management company Andale furloughed 10 of its 60 employees on Friday, in an effort to speed its path to profitability. Andale Chief Executive Munjal Shah likened the personnel move to an unpaid leave: Andale paid the employees a stipend and will continue to pay for the employees' health insurance. The Mountain View, Calif.-based company hopes to have the employees return to work by the end of the first quarter, he said. As a result of the furlough, Andale expects by February to reach profitability, minus non-cash charges related to its acquisition of Honesty.com last year, Shah said. Previously, the company, whose Freedom software helps sellers list on auction sites such as eBay, had expected to reach cash flow profitability in August of next year. Andale laid off a number of its workers following that merger. Rival auction service companies such as AuctionWatch and FairMarket have also shed staff this year.

December 17, 2001

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Andale trims staff, pushes up profit target

Auction management company Andale furloughed 10 of its 60 employees on Friday, in an effort to speed its path to profitability. Andale Chief Executive Munjal Shah likened the personnel move to an unpaid leave: Andale paid the employees a stipend and will continue to pay for the employees' health insurance. The Mountain View, Calif.-based company hopes to have the employees return to work by the end of the first quarter, he said. As a result of the furlough, Andale expects by February to reach profitability, minus non-cash charges related to its acquisition of Honesty.com last year, Shah said. Previously, the company, whose Freedom software helps sellers list on auction sites such as eBay, had expected to reach cash flow profitability in August of next year. Andale laid off a number of its workers following that merger. Rival auction service companies such as AuctionWatch and FairMarket have also shed staff this year.

December 17, 2001

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Netbooks a temporary Band-aid on PC industry

Mini notebooks push up sales worldwide, but U.S. growth stalls despite declining prices.

By October 14, 2008