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REUTERS/Kimberly White

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc Chief Executive Eric Schmidt on Wednesday detailed his theory of competition in the Web industry while saying Google's famous mantra of "Don't be evil" is often misunderstood.

Apple's iPhone 3G Arrives In Hong Kong On July 11

Hutchison Telecommunications and Apple (AAPL) announced that the iPhone 3G will be available in Hong Kong on July 11, and in Macau shortly thereafter.


Kodak's support for Olympic

Leonard Goh CNET Asia 10.06.2008
Kodak's support for Olympic

Although the Kodak M1033 has yet to be launched in most parts of Asia, the company has already rebranded this point-and-shoot in anticipation of the Olympics that is happening in August.

Apple plans to offer thousands of iPhone apps

Apple Inc. is betting that customers want to do much more than just make phone calls, surf the Internet and listen to music on their iPhones.


Shareholders try to kill Yahoo severance plan: report

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A Yahoo (YHOO.O: Quote, Profile, Research) employee severance plan meant to protect workers after a merger with Microsoft (MSFT.O: Quote, Profile, Research) should be scrapped, according to a shareholder lawsuit against Yahoo ...

The iPhone 3G Unveiled

Arik Hesseldahl BusinessWeek 10.06.2008
The iPhone 3G Unveiled

Apple's new mobile device features improvements galore, not the least of which is a more attractive price tag that will likely ignite demand


Getting Set for the iPhone App Store

Olga Kharif BusinessWeek 09.06.2008
Getting Set for the iPhone App Store

Hundreds of developers are ready to introduce new software to sell through Apple's new iTunes section

Google to build technology facility at NASA Ames Research Center

June 5, 2008 (Computerworld) Google Inc. will develop a new technology facility at NASA's Ames Research Center in Mountain View, Calif., the parties announced.


Trans-Pacific Express Cable Will Link America To China

China Telecom (CHA) says it is working with four other Trans-Pacific Express Consortium team members to complete their latest project by the end of the year.

Yahoo talks to Microsoft, trades barbs with Icahn

Michele Gershberg and Paul Thomasch Reuters 05.06.2008
The headquarters of Yahoo Inc. is shown in Sunnyvale, California May 5, 2008.  REUTERS/Robert Galbraith

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Yahoo Inc said on Wednesday that deal talks are ongoing with Microsoft Corp as the company resisted an attack by billionaire critic Carl Icahn, who called its recent actions "deceitful."


Google in deal with NASA for more space

Eric Auchard Reuters 05.06.2008
Google in deal with NASA for more space

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google has struck a deal to expand its office space by 50 percent by leasing land on a former naval air base turned space research center near its Silicon Valley headquarters.

A worker carries boxes through the Amazon warehouse in Milton Keynes, England, November 30, 2007.  REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - An Internet analyst for a major Wall Street firm argues in a new report that Google Inc and Amazon.com Inc will be long-term winners, while Yahoo and IAC InterActiveCorp fall by the wayside and eBay Inc becomes a merger t...


Time Warner Cable tries metering Internet use

NEW YORK (AP) -- You're used to paying extra if you use up your cell phone minutes, but will you be willing to pay extra if your home computer goes over its Internet allowance? Time Warner Cable Inc. customers -- and, later, others -- may have to...

A.M.D. Set to Introduce a New Chip for Laptops

Laurie J. Flynn New York Times 04.06.2008
A.M.D. Set to Introduce a New Chip for Laptops

SAN FRANCISCO — Eager to declare its troubles behind it, the chip maker Advanced Micro Devices is ready for a new turf war with its rival, Intel.


Microsoft Plans to 'fix' Its Online Branding

Nancy Gohring PC World 04.06.2008
Microsoft Plans to 'fix' Its Online Branding

Now that a Yahoo acquisition is off the table, Microsoft is moving quickly to "fix" its online branding problem, an executive said Tuesday.

Microsoft Offered $40 Per Share for Yahoo, Unsealed Papers Show

Microsoft Corp. offered $40 a share for Yahoo! Inc. in January 2007 only to have its bid rebuffed, according to court papers unsealed in a lawsuit over the failed buyout.


Apple iPhone encore expected next week

Scott Hillis Reuters 03.06.2008
Shoppers make their way past the Apple Store at Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg, Illinois, October 22, 2007.  REUTERS/John Gress

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - June has arrived and for Apple fans and investors that means just one thing -- a new iPhone.

Microsoft runs across a news ticker above a Yahoo sign in New York City May 19, 2008.  EUTERS/Joshua Lott

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Yahoo Inc CEO Jerry Yang ordered up a draft press release rejecting a Microsoft Corp takeover bid months before January's unsolicited bid, company documents unsealed on Monday show.


China Telecom, Unicom in $15.9 billion deal

Chris Oliver MarketWatch 02.06.2008
China Telecom, Unicom in $15.9 billion deal

HONG KONG (MarketWatch) -- China Telecom Corp., China's largest fixed-line operator, said Monday it will pay 110 billion yuan ($15.9 billion) to acquire the wireless business of China Unicom Group.



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