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Reports are swirling around the Internet that Google is in the advanced stages of testing a music service that could one day rival Apple iTunes.
NASA has given up on the hope to build a 3D camera for the next robotic rover that the space agency will send to Mars.
If you want to share photos and videos and don't care about privacy, there's a new social network just for you.
LinkedIn hit a major milestone this week when its membership rolls passed the hundred million mark.
The disaster in Japan is putting a pinch on 25% of the worldwide production of silicon wafers used to make computer chips, according to a new report.
Researchers at a Canadian university are using nanotechnology and a tiny remote-controlled magnetic sphere to deliver cancer-fighting drugs directly to where they need to go.
If you're following the rumor mill about whether Google is going to release a social network of its own, your head may be spinning.
Once again, social networking sites Twitter and Facebook are proving to be lifelines in times of crisis.
Sales of Apple's iPad battered Acer's netbooks and notebooks sales so badly that Dell was able to regain its second-place position in the global PC market.
Facebook, as widely popular as it is as a social networking site, is looking to break out of its niche. In doing so, it would like to take a defensive swing at Google.
Not getting enough sleep these days? You may have to blame your computer or your mobile phone.
Three days after Google's Gmail first suffered an outage, some users still don't have their service back.
Google Street View is going off road.
Two days after tens of thousands of Google Gmail users discovered their e-mail, chat histories and contacts had disappeared from their accounts, the problem still is not fixed.
About 150,000 of Google's Gmail users woke up Sunday morning to missing e-mails, contacts and chat histories.
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