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The rise is because Yahoo shareholders are far more excited about what the company owns — namely Alibaba — than anything the company runs.

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Priyanka Gandhi Vadra today delivered a scathing appraisal of her estranged and younger cousin Varun, who filed his nomination papers as the BJP candidate fr…

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Todd Pendleton, the chief marketing officer for Samsung’s American division, said that Samsung had a better phone than Apple before he arrived, people just didn’t know about it.

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Following in Facebook’s footsteps, Google said Monday that it had purchased Titan Aerospace, the maker of high-altitude drone satellites, which will be used to take photos of the earth …

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Gotta love it, couldn’t have happened to a worse politician than Republican “attack dog” Barbara Comstock!

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John King, Molly Ball and Juana Summers weigh in on who’s winning the Tea Party primary and what it will mean for 2014.

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While LG’s new headquarters would mar views of the New Jersey Palisades, Samsung’s new building is a boon to its city, San Jose, Calif.

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With Amazon Fire TV out, it looks like Apple is planning on a few new features of its own to rival Fire TV’s gaming abilities. Talk of incorporating gaming with…

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Amazon will unveil its smartphone in June and follow it with a launch in September, the latest word on the web reveals. “People briefed on the company’s plans” have chittered…

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Next week Google is running a one-day promotion that will allow anyone in the United States to buy a pair of Google Glass. But some think the price, $1,500, …

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Andrew “Weev” Auernheimer had been sentenced to 41 months in prison for obtaining 114,000 email addresses in 2010 before a federal judge threw out the case on Friday.

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First Flight Of The Black Knight Advanced Tactics Yesterday Advanced Tactics announced the successful first flight of their Black Knight Transformer, a hybrid truck helicopter designed for military missions. In December, the…

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100 Years of Life, As Extrapolated By Software You might notice the algorithms were unable to remove the milk mustache from its original reference photo. U of Washington Look at a…

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Next week Google is running a one-day promotion that will allow anyone in the United States to buy a pair of Google Glass. But some think the price, $1,500, …

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Plus, creating group photo albums on Facebook.

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Under the terms of their deal, Carl C. Icahn will withdraw his bid for two seats on the company’s board and end his demand that it sell a minority stake …

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The company’s top lawyer said its cloud computing services had met Europe’s stringent data protection rules, and he used the news as a way to woo potential new customers.

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New research suggests that when Americans decide to watch a television show, they’re not paying much attention to social networks.

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Google and VMware have teamed up to offer $200 (£120, AU$210) off Chromebooks for business users looking to upgrade from the now-expired Windows XP. The generous rebate is…

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