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Sales of new hardware and software jump in double-digits in the US, suggesting they could rebound after all.
The losses were narrower than a year ago, but the company has shown little progress from its restructuring efforts.
Both Obama administration and House Republicans "have a long way to go" when it comes to allowing programmers and the public access to key government data, forthcoming report says.
The online auction site is testing a new feature called Lifestyle Deals offering everything from meals to massages.
The iPhone maker revealed today that it has "created or supported" 514,000 jobs across the United States.
HP may be easier to fix than California--new CEO Meg Whitman ran to be governor--but it can be just as dysfunctional as its home state at times.
A brutal 2011 has left the solar industry on the cusp of a major shakeout that will lead to many companies' demise; those that survive, however, will benefit later as demand for their services increases.
This week Maggie Reardon offers her perspective on whether disgruntled T-Mobile customers will be able cancel their T-Mobile contracts after the AT&T merger is finalized.
The New York City Economic Development Corporation's frenetic burst of projects in support of digital innovation have raised a few eyebrows--and made entrepreneurs excited that they can change the way the city runs.
ViewSonic insists on calling it a tablet, but let's be real, the ViewSonic ViewPad 4 is an Android smartphone through and through.