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A 76-foot Norway Spruce from Shelton, Conn., is set to be lit as New York City's Rockefeller Center Christmas tree.
Today: Carl Icahn settles on a figure he wants Apple to return to shareholders, and presents it in a Time cover story.
The prosecutor overseeing the investigation of sexual assault allegations against Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston said Wednesday that it is completed.
Magnets will soon do more than display kids' artwork on refrigerators. They'll actually be inside fridges, making them super efficient.
According to the Washington Times,1 WebMD, the second most visited health site on the World Wide Web, has received a $4.8 million government contract to educate doctors about the ins and outs of the Affordable Care Act, colloquially dubbed "Obamacare."
Ever since the term advanced persistent threat burst on the public scene with Operation Aurora carried out against Google and other hi tech companies, allegedly by the Chinese, the security industry and media have flocked around this new type of attack.
The following essay is part of a series in which dozens of women will reveal what women they most admire.
An animal rights group is asking New York courts to recognize scientific evidence of emotional and cognitive abilities in chimpanzees and to grant the animals "legal personhood" so that they are ensured better... An animal rights group is asking New York courts to recognize scientific evidence of emotional and cognitive abilities in chimpanzees and ... (more)
Detroit's bankruptcy case is entering its most important stage so far as a judge decides whether the city is eligible to stay in court and fix billions in debt.
Square has acquired Viewfinder, a photo-sharing and group messaging app, the two companies announced Tuesday.
Tumblr is where the Internet's cool kids hang out. That's why Yahoo paid $1.1 billion to buy the blogging site in one of this year's most buzzed-about deals.
Google is indeed the big daddy of search engine companies. And it has the whole world virtually wrapped around its finger.
Google Inc.'s new cloud computing service has gone live on Tuesday, as the tech giant throws its hat into the ring with cloud providers like Amazon.com Inc. , International Business Machines , and Microsoft Corp. to provide cloud-based servers for business customers.
In his first two days as a Glass Explorer, CIO.com blogger James A. Martin visited Google's San Francisco Glass showroom, had an unfortunate incident with a sunglasses clip and learned firsthand just how easy it is to become a victim of app overload.
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