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Samsung is huddling with American wireless carriers to discuss design modifications to its phones.
We talk with Marty Canning, Lexmark's printer czar, about how Lexmark will continue to support inkjet users--and how Lexmark's laser business is doing just fine, thank you.
Solid Snake is coming to the big screen, as Konami aims to extend its game franchise into movies.
A federal judge has rejected BancorpSouth's plan to use contractual agreements with customers as a shield against liability claims stemming from an online heist of some $440,000 that was illegally wire-transferred from the account of one of the bank's commercial customers in March 2010.
Coordinated under an effort called "Innovation Nation," the high-tech industry's trade associations, along with companies such as Microsoft and Facebook, organized a reception for the House Republican Whip team.
When a major maker of inkjet printers says it's going to stop selling them, what does this mean for the future of the category, and for you?
We take a speculative look at the future of Microsoft's operating system.
The Isis service for paying for goods and services via smartphone initially will be available in Salt Lake City, Utah, and Austin, Texas.
Between the memory improvements in desktop Firefox and the overhauled Android app, Mozilla seems to be getting its groove back.
CNN's Election Insights to show 'as-it's-happening' info on social-media discussions on presidential candidates.
Microsoft’s next-generation digital pen, or “ePen” patent includes not just touch sensors but also a gyroscope, compass, accelerometers, and other sensors.
Twitter appeals a New York judge's June decision requiring the company to turn over detailed information about a user tied to the Occupy Wall Street protests.
Analysis: In the five years since the first iPhone shipped, Apple has changed our habits and expectations. What has it done for us lately?