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The Xbox One had been unveiled, and it's looking to take over the whole living room.
After running the popular photo-sharing website Flickr into the ground, Yahoo is vowing to make it "awesome again."
Here are the top trending tech stocks of the day.
Apple Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook was brought before the US Senate's permanent investigations subcommittee Tuesday, but a good deal of preparation may help him keep the company from running into trouble.
Pandora has a response to increased competition: pre-release streaming of new albums.
Cook stated plainly in Tuesday's Senate Hearing: "We pay all the taxes we owe."
The Senate's Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations came down hard on Apple during a hearing in Washington, accusing the iPhone maker of avoiding U.S. tax payments through a loophole allowing them to keep money and intellectual property rights offshore.
HP will report its earnings Wednesday, but things don't seem to be shaping up very well.
Owners of Apple's iPhones might be some of the most satisfied device owners around, but that trend may slowly be changing. People aren't quite as happy as they once were.
European cellphone provider Vodaphone Group has decided to keep a $3.19 billion dividend from Verizon Wireless rather than return the money to shareholders in the face of economic decline in Europe, and Vodaphone's own inability to keep up with competitors.
Sprint Nextel Corp. has entered into negotiations with Dish Network Corp. despite already having an offer from Japanese company SoftBank Corp., an offer that has a rapidly approaching deadline of June 12.
The world’s most valuable 100 brands grew their worth 7 percent to $2.6 trillion.
Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook will be facing the U.S. Senate to answer questions about funds the company has been keeping offshore in a subsidiary in Ireland.
Though Tumblr boasts a high price tag, Yahoo is confident that the payoff will be well worth it.
Apple may have figured out its move for competing with Samsung and other rivals in foreign countries, but it may never be enough to actually come out on top.
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