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  • Cramer lists the stocks with “jaw-droppingly low valuations.”

  • Scenes from the E3 Expo

    The giant Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3, has been a great barometer for the electronic gaming industry. This year, look for a quiet, but palpable renaissance.

  • Apple iPad with Macy's ad

    The FBI has launched an investigation into allegations of a security breach inside Apple's iPad tablet computers.

  • Just when you thought Google was winning the Cool War, they go and get all Bing-y with it. Why, Google. WHY?

  • Cash is only good when it's being used to create wealth. Microsoft's management appears more interested in being bond traders than in running a tech company.

  • If Google's famously sparse home page is too plain for you, the company is giving you some more options.

  • Although Texas Instruments raised its sales and earnings forecast, the chip sector was unable to hold onto any gains Wednesday. How come?

  • Daily Diapers

    Online dating has been one of the great success stories of the internet—one of those businesses which, like ebay, surprised tech analysts as the internet took off. I know several people who found life partners through sites like eHarmony and Match.com.

  • BP may have screwed over the entire nation with the Gulf oil spill but it's throwing a lifeline to one of the neediest groups — the unemployed.

  • Brinks Truck

    The economy might still be teetering but out here in Start-Up Central, the Silicon Valley's entrepreneurial spirit shines bright.

  • Get Cramer’s favorite tech, semiconductor, retail, gaming and food trades on the Middle Kingdom.

  • Apple CEO Steve Jobs demonstrates the new iPhone 4.

    Now that Apple has taken the wraps off the 4G iPhone, the next key battleground in the smartphone wars has emerged: Video chat on your cell.

  • Apple CEO Steve Jobs demonstrates the new iPhone 4.

    This is a live blog of the annual Apple Worldwide Developers Conference at Moscone West in San Francisco, California.

  • Netflix CEO Reed Hastings took the stage at the Apple developers conference to announce that he and Steve Jobs are bringing Netflix to the iPhone.

  • Today Zynga took a major step: It's bringing its social games to the iPhone, which makes the company less reliant on Facebook, which will enable it to go public.

  • BGC Partners says iPad is an "untapped" platform for advertising and sets $350 price target.

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    Connecticut's attorney general says he's investigating whether Google illegally collected data from personal and business wireless computer networks for its mapping service.

  • Apple iPhone

    For the last two years, unlimited data plans have given app-hungry smartphone users an all-you-can-eat buffet. But will customers react to AT&T’s new, limited menu by simply eating less? The NYT reports.

  • Steve Jobs

    As Apple prepares to host thousands of developers wandering their way along Apple's Yellow Brick Road to it its Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco this week, it does so at one of—if not THE—most fortunate times in the company's colorful history. 

  • One Web site is trying to channel all the rage against BP over the oil spill, offering a "Redesign BP's Logo" contest.