After a decade at the helm of Google, Eric Schmidt is taking on a new role where he’ll have to explain and defend Google before the world.
WikiLeaks officials deny claims by a security firm that it has obtained some sensitive documents on P2P networks rather than from anonymous whistleblowers.
Quark has announced the immediate availability of its App Studio for Quark Publishing System, a new module for the Quark Publishing System, designed to make it easier to publish to the iPad.
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Quark launches App Studio for iPad publishing
Four Hewlett-Packard board members who reportedly played a central role in the company’s decision about whether to replace CEO Mark Hurd are themselves being replaced, HP announced Thursday after U.S. financial markets closed.
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HP to overhaul board as Hurd fallout continues
International Business Machines Corp. chief Sam Palmisano is giving non-executive workers $1,000 in long-term stock incentives after the company posted fourth- quarter earnings that sent shares to a record high
Apple on Thursday released two updates that Snow Leopard users might be interested in, one for iMovie ’11 and the other for Brother printers and scanners.
Apple updates iMovie ’11, Brother drivers
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) on Thursday reported net profit for the fourth quarter that beat forecasts, due mainly to income from a patent license and a legal settlement with Samsung.
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AMD handily beats fourth-quarter estimates
Former Google CEO explains in a blog post that he, Larry Page, and Sergey Brin wanted to simplify Google’s management and speed up the decision-making process.
Verizon files a challenge to FCC net neutrality rules.
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Verizon files lawsuit over FCC net neutrality order
Mel Sampat fell in love with Apple.
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Cupidtino: Where Love Is an iPhone App