The workers supplied by middle-men are paid low wages and benefits, according to a study
The satellites were launched Friday aboard a Soyuz ST rocket
The Axxia Networking Business came to Avago Technologies from its May acquisition of LSI
If the stay is lifted, Microsoft may have to refuse to comply with an order to turn over certain emails to the government.
How does Amazon figure to stand out in a market where so many mobile payment players are already going head to head? By offering a promotional rate on transactions as it enters the U.S. market.
The court in Columbia had earlier ruled that such a warrant would provide too much information to law enforcement
Facebook is seeking important rulings on the collection of bulk user data under gag orders
The USPTO rejected some claims of the word "auto-complete" patent, but the decision is not final
The two rivals will continue to pursue existing patent lawsuits in the U.S.
The professional networking company violated provisions of the U.S. Fair Labor Standards Act
The client and server side code is being released under an open source license
The announcement comes a day after an Indian retailer got $1 billion in funding
Rhapsody said it has crossed 2 million paid subscribers for its music services
The proposed class action suit demands damages from eBay
Twitter has been under pressure from U.S. civil rights leader Rev. Jesse Jackson to release the data
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