A fake press release says the chipmaker is pulling out of its $6 billion investment because of the "destruction and loss of life resulting from Israel's recent assault on Gaza."
A group of students develop a lamp switch that can be operated by a service dog to help people with limited mobility.
Board member Michael Brown will serve as interim CEO while maker of Norton antivirus software hunts for its second chief executive in two years.
A team from NASA's JPL, working on its own, has built an art car based on Curiosity Rover, which touched down on Mars just over a year ago.
The former Lakers and Bulls coach joins Twitter and tweets something quite oddly as if a cat had wandered over his keyboard.
Mega patent company Intellectual Ventures takes aim at security company Symantec yet again in a new lawsuit.
It's one of life's little mysteries, but most musicians have the crappiest stereo systems.
Top executives at RadioShack, Veritas, and Lotus all left their jobs after falsehoods were found on their resumes. A business ethicist calls the academic misstatements of Yahoo's CEO "fatal."
CEO Scott Thompson has a resume problem you've probably read about. But after a decade of executive turnover and missed opportunities, the public isn't exactly shocked by more trouble at the Web giant.
eMeter's software for collecting meter data and making sense of the reams of information they produce will be integrated into Siemens smart grid product line for utilities and cities.