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  • Va. man charged with killing ex's new husband Tuesday, 20 Jan 2015 | 6:53 AM ET

    ASHBURN, Va.— A northern Virginia man who claimed a role as a co-founder of the address book software company Plaxo is accused of fatally shooting his ex-wife's new husband at her home while the woman and three of her children were inside, authorities said. It was not immediately clear if the woman or her children witnessed the shooting of Corey Mattison, who had wed...

  • NEW YORK, Jan 16- Next week may show whether U.S. stocks are finally undergoing a long-awaited correction or if a recent run of losses are just a bump on the road to more gains. This month, the benchmark index fell five sessions in a row, from Jan. 8 through Jan. 15, shedding more than 3 percent in the process. Oil prices have fallen in half in recent months, trading below $50 a...

  • What is Hadoop?  Friday, 16 Jan 2015 | 2:36 PM ET

    The "Street Signs" crew follow up with Hortonworks to hear more about a popular software which moves big data around computers called Hadoop. Hortonworks CEO Rob Bearden, provides insight.

  • SAYS EXPORTS OF SOFTWARE, COMMUNICATIONS HARDWARE AND DEVICES, INCLUDING MOBILE PHONES, COMPUTERS AND TELEVISIONS, WILL NOT NEED A LICENSE.

  • SEOUL/ NEW DELHI, Jan 14- South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co Ltd has launched the first smartphone powered by its Tizen operating system, a major development in the tech giant's aim to build a software ecosystem to rival Google Inc's Android. The Z1 device went on sale in India in Wednesday for 5,700 rupees each, targeting first-time smartphone buyers, the...

  • SEOUL/ NEW DEHLI, Jan 14- South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co Ltd on Wednesday launched the first smartphone powered by its Tizen operating system, a major development in the tech giant's ambition to build a software ecosystem to rival Android. The Z1 went on sale in India for 5,700 rupees each, targeting users looking for their first smartphone, the world's No.1...

  • GameStop's December same-store sales up 4.4 pct Tuesday, 13 Jan 2015 | 4:44 PM ET

    Jan 13- Video game retailer GameStop Corp said December comparable store sales rose 4.4 percent, driven by higher demand for games such as Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, Grand Theft Auto V and Far Cry 4.. Shares of the world's largest retailer of video game products rose about 10 percent to $36 in extended trading. New software sales grew 5.8 percent during the...

  • The company is working with banks including Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan and Credit Suisse on the offering, which could come later this year, those people said this week. Representatives for Apigee, JPMorgan, Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse declined to comment. Some of the customers it lists on its website include Walgreens, eBay Inc, Shell, Live Nation...

  • The company, based in San Luis Obispo, California, is working with banks including Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse and UBS on the potential offering, which could come in the second or third quarter, these people said. Representatives for Mindbody, Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse and UBS declined to comment. It has raised more than $100 million in funding with backers...

  • WASHINGTON, Jan 12- The Supreme Court on Monday asked the U.S. government to weigh in on whether the justices should hear a closely watched copyright dispute between Google Inc and Oracle Corp over software used to design Google's Android smartphone operating system. Oracle sued Google in 2010, claiming Google had improperly incorporated parts of its Java...

  • TEL AVIV, Jan 12- Genband, a U.S. maker of software for telecoms and cable TV operators, aims to revolutionise phone-based customer services by ending consumer frustration at being kept on hold in a seemingly endless loop of recorded options messages. The Texas- based company, majority owned by JPMorgan's One Equity Partners, paid $50 million in 2013 to acquire...

  • NEW YORK, Jan 12- Every Tuesday and Wednesday at around 2 pm, Larry Ellison, the founder of Oracle Corp, gathers his lieutenants in the board room on the top floor of the software giant's headquarters in Redwood City, California to hear engineers present new products and strategies. Several people who have attended the meetings over the years said all the top Oracle...

  • See it here: How people sell illegal stuff online Thursday, 8 Jan 2015 | 11:22 AM ET

    Almost everyone knows that things are bought and sold illegally online all the time. Most people don't know how.

  • Apple already hits new records in 2015 Thursday, 8 Jan 2015 | 11:00 AM ET

    Apple says billings rose 50 percent and apps generated over $10 billion in revenue for developers last year.

  • Facebook acquires voice tech start-up Wit.ai Monday, 5 Jan 2015 | 6:03 PM ET

    Facebook has acquired Wit.ai, a start-up that develops open-source voice recognition interfaces, Wit.ai announced on Monday.

  • Apple hardware great, software not: Developer  Monday, 5 Jan 2015 | 11:02 AM ET

    Former Tumblr CTO spoke out on Apple's software. Jon Steinberg, CEO of The Daily Mail North America, and Slava Rubin, co-founder of Indiegogo, share their opinions.

  • Not a gamer? You should still try these 2014 games Friday, 2 Jan 2015 | 2:45 PM ET

    "Gamer" or "nongamer," you should still give these four video games a chance, Re/Code reports.

  • Jan 2- Chinese online game developer Perfect World Co Ltd said it received a go-private proposal from founder and Chairman Michael Yufeng Chi at $20 per ADS, valuing the company at nearly $1 billion. The offer represents a premium of 27 percent to Perfect World's closing price on the Nasdaq on Wednesday. Perfect World, which makes online multiplayer games such as "...

  • Microsoft working on Chrome-like browser: Report Monday, 29 Dec 2014 | 2:18 PM ET
    The logo of Microsoft's Internet Explorer 9 is displayed on a computer monitor in Washington, March 15, 2011.

    Codenamed Spartan, the new browser will look and feel more like rivals Chrome and Firefox and will support extensions, ZDNet reported Monday.

  • SAN FRANCISCO, Dec 27- A previously undisclosed hacking campaign against military targets in Israel and Europe is probably backed by a country that misused security-testing software to cover its tracks and enhance its capability, researchers said. The attack program relied on software usually sold by Boston- based Core Security to companies and other...

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