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Amazon.com was sued on Thursday by the U.S. government for allowing children to use mobile apps to rack up millions of dollars in charges without getting permission from parents, who were stuck with the bills.
Wall Street is expecting Nadella to implement Microsoft’s first major layoffs since 2009
Emergency law will cover loss of EU directive; Cameron says will not give state new powers
Mobile apps that work well can transform a blind person’s life; when apps don’t work, it can grind to a stop
Global online grocery revenues seen tripling to $100-billion by 2018
The online retailer was once thought of as ‘the Wal-Mart of the Web.’ Now some wonder if it’s the next Wal-Mart, period
Company says the patent is related to motion and gesture tracking systems that were found in the Nintendo Wii console
BlackBerry reported better-than-expected quarterly results on Thursday, beating analyst expectations and causing its share price to soar. How'd that happen?
Contract manufacturer Quanta Computer will start making the wearable devices in July, sources say
Google produces between 300 and 400 doodles each year, up to 50 of them moving or interactive
The feature was added to iPhones last September
Astronomers say the European Extremely Large Telescope will be the ‘world’s biggest eye on the sky’