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Pandora's new tune: Selling itself?

The Internet's largest streaming-music service is shopping itself to buyers, sources tell The New York Times.

By February 11, 2016


Horse photobombs prize-winning selfie; beast's owner seethes

Technically Incorrect: The horse's owner says she gave no consent for the photo that a neighbor entered in a contest and then won.

By February 3, 2016


Why that crazy-fast home Internet replacement may be too good to be true

From complications related to the radio airwaves it will use to the cost of deploying the network, there are many reasons why Starry has its share of skeptics.

By January 31, 2016


Sprint's half-off promo pays off with 491,000 new customers

The nation's fourth-largest wireless carrier turns heads and gets back on the path to growth thanks to aggressive discounts.

By January 26, 2016


Apple's iPhone growth hits a wall

The iPhone 6S and 6S Plus just couldn't muster the same excitement as their predecessors. Apple says that in the March quarter, iPhone sales are in for their first slump ever.

By January 26, 2016


Can Apple escape iPhone fatigue?

A year ago, the iPhone 6 helped Apple report the best quarter in its 38-year history. This time around, the company must deal with consumers who don't race to buy the latest smartphone like they once did.

By January 25, 2016


Syrian Electronic Army hijacks Thomson Reuters' Twitter feed

Pro-Assad hacking group apparently commandeers the financial information firm's Twitter account, sending out illustrations backing the Syrian president.

By July 29, 2013


Thomson DTI 6300-16: Top Up your television

Top Up TV offers a way of watching more Everybody Loves Raymond than is strictly healthy. This dual-tuner Freeview PVR downloads the best of it

By January 22, 2007


Reuters CEO: Microsoft, Yahoo need each other

Thomson Reuters chief executive Thomas Glocer said he'd be surprised if there wasn't yet a way to make a deal.

By May 28, 2008


BlackBerry maker launches mobile VC fund

Research In Motion, maker of the popular BlackBerry, joins forces with venture capitalists and Thomson Reuters to launch the $150 million fund focused on mobile apps and services.

By May 12, 2008