Just whose Internet is it? New federal rules may answer that
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Whose Internet is it anyway?...
Uber says outside review shows customer data safe, private
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Uber Technologies says that if you catch a ride with one of its drivers, your personal and financial data are safe - from Uber itself....
Alibaba promises more action against fake goods
BEIJING (AP) -- E-commerce giant Alibaba pledged Friday to do more to fight online sales of counterfeit goods, quickly settling a public dispute with a Chinese regulator after the value of its U.S.-traded shares plunged....
AT&T, Verizon get more airwaves: Expect more mobile capacity
NEW YORK (AP) -- Consumers may see improved networks after AT&T and Verizon, the two largest U.S. wireless companies, spent billions in the government's latest airwaves auction....
How can Google snap its stock out of its stupor?
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Google has turned into a stock market laggard as the shift to mobile devices has lowered the Internet search leader's digital ad prices and the company's expensive investments in far-out technology has trimmed its profit margins....
Smart Spending: Why investors are applauding Amazon earnings
NEW YORK (AP) -- Amazon.com Inc.'s fourth-quarter earnings roundly beat analyst expectations, sending the Seattle e-commerce giant's stock soaring 11 percent in premarket trading Friday. Here's a closer look at what investors applauded and hope continues....
IBM boss gets bonus despite company's woes
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- IBM boss Virginia Rometty will get a $3.6 million bonus for her performance last year, even though the company's sales and profits declined in 2014....
Smartphone Snapshot: Samsung getting squeezed
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- The runaway success of Apple's newest iPhone has fueled a dramatic shift in the global market: the California tech giant is now neck-and-neck with South Korea's Samsung for the title of world's leading seller of smartphones....
Battle of the big phones: Samsung down in China, Apple gains
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) -- Samsung lost the battle of the big phones last quarter as Apple's copycat large iPhone lured buyers in the crucial Chinese market....
SpongeBob online? Nickelodeon to offer Internet subscription
NEW YORK (AP) -- SpongeBob fans rejoice: Nickelodeon is the latest cable channel to plan a stand-alone Internet offering....
Cuban President Raul Castro has demanded that the United States hand back its Guantanamo Bay military base before full diplomatic relations between the countries can be restored. Castro also asked for a complete lifting of the decades-old trade embargo and for compensation for its effects, saying that without these changes the recent diplomatic thaw "wouldn't make any sense."
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