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The human rights court objects to storing data for 20 years in a criminal database when charges were dropped
A second wave of layoffs is reportedly coming Thursday, as Microsoft moves to eliminate a total of 18,000 jobs by June of 2015.
The RoadRunner system would use virtual tokens embedded inside cars. and vehicle-to-vehicle wireless LANs to eliminate the problem of traffic on congested roads.
Dealers in Shenzhen are making a business re-selling and refurbishing old Apple iPhones, even as the new Apple iPhone 6 rolls out.
Today T-Mobile announced its third-quarter sales results, which significantly exceeded analysts' estimates.
Sony has suspended dividends payments for the first time since 1958, and will get rid of its midrange phone business.
The company hopes to attract enterprises and operators with Metacloud's OpenStack-based technology
Almost every brand-name company sourcing from the country is impacted by the practice, said a new report
Members of Congress are set to leave Washington for an extended fall recess in a few days
Whether it’s streamlining simple tasks or simplifying the chore of finding new customers, technology makes it easier and less expensive.
California regulators last week called the service illegal. But that hasn't stopped services like Lyft from operating like business as usual.
A lower court made mistakes in defining the value of the patented technology asserted by VirnetX, an appeals court says.
Micro Focus to pick up Attachmate for a little over half of what Attachmate paid for Novell three years ago
But mediating between passengers and unlicensed drivers is still illegal, the court ruled
VKontakte shareholders and a company co-founder have settled a dispute involving allegations of embezzlement and secret service interference