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Hewlett-Packard and attorneys representing shareholders agreed to settle litigation over the $11.1 billion acquisition of British company Autonomy.
Smart home technology is state-of-the-art and undeniably cool. But does it help where it really matters— in consumers' pockets?
Facebook's data scientists who had access to the daily lives of nearly 1.3 billion users operated with few limits until recently, the WSJ reported.
The search giant has modified its policy for AdWords to disallow any sexually explicit content.
Some Wall Street firms will use video games to recruit top talent this year.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports on General Assembly, a company in Manhattan's Flatiron District that teaches adults how to write computer code.
Hyundai is showing off a new system that will automatically slow a vehicle down to avoid a ticket.
While there are plenty of gadgets to make your Independence Day fun, experts say this year it's all about staying connected while playing.
YouTube has postponed a plan to block certain record labels from its video platform. The FT reports.
An article about the ousting of Stan O’Neal from Merrill Lynch has become one of an estimated 50,000 expunged from certain Google searches.
Roletroll launched mid-June and is free for job seekers. It uses algorithms to match potential employees to jobs in finance and technology.
Survey results said that one in seven Americans would rather give up their best friends for a week than their smartphones. Re/Code reports.
Online photo service Shutterfly is reportedly putting itself up for sale. If you're wondering why, check out your mobile app store.
Experts are more worried about commercialization of the Internet than about surveillance or errant nation-states blocking services, Re/code reports.
An executive at BAE Systems misrepresented an alleged cyberhacking incident involving a hedge fund, the company said Wednesday.
Soccer fans are gathering today to cheer on their teams during the World Cup. Google employees are also watching, but for work.
Americans increasingly are replacing their once-enviable 50-inch TVs with even bigger screens. Think: 65-inches and up.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg called a 2012 psychological study conducted on nearly 700,000 users "poorly executed" while speaking in India.
Google could end up dominating other streaming music services if it becomes the default option on Android mobile devices.
The World Cup gave Americans and social media users a new hero.
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