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Facebook has a new plan to grow its user base—and mobile revenue—by expanding the reach of its mobile messenger app.
Qualcomm will invest as much as $120 million in Sharp, a cash injection likely to make it the struggling Japanese TV maker's biggest shareholder.
Facebook privacy campaign group europe-v-facebook plans to sue the social network in Ireland,it said on Tuesday.
Pope Benedict's new handle on Twitter will be @pontifex, beating out other contenders that had been considered to showcase the thoughts of one of the world's most visible leaders.
"Every now and then a piece of research comes along and it just blows your mind," said Cramer. "It forces you to reexamine some of your assumptions."
News last week that unit sales of Windows PCs in U.S. stores fell by 21% between Oct. 21 and Nov. 17 caused tech experts to wonder if Microsoft can ever regain its old stature.
Have a 'fiscal cliff' question? Ask Obama.
Apple has a few more years before having to up its game, former Apple CEO John Sculley said on CNBC.
It looks like Apple is assembling some of its new iMacs in the U.S.
The iPad-only news outlet The Daily will shut down on December 15.
The tax windfall that stemmed from stimulus incentives may reverse in coming years and hit the cash coffers at AT&T and Verizon. TheStreet.com reports.
Facebook is pushing users to sync all of their mobile photos to the site.
Accounts on the blog network were hijacked if users happened to visit the wrong post.
Without action, the US will face a major cyber attack, says a former US spy.
Microsoft has sold 40 million Windows 8 licenses in the month since launch on October 26.
Twitter steadily tightening grip over the 140- character messages on its network.
Splunk's big data business is growing worldwide and has yet to experience any slowdown from "fiscal cliff" fears.
Lawmakers want to investigate eBay.
Zynga and Facebook's revised agreement, which allows Facebook to develop its own games, is actually good for the gaming company, said one pro.
Zynga reached an agreement with Facebook that reduces its dependence on the social networking giant.
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