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Facebook files for what is expected to be the largest technology IPO ever.
Questions, questions, there are so many questions surrounding Facebook's expected initial public offering. Of course, the main question is when will the world's largest social network file its S-1 paperwork for its IPO. Well, this much we know -- it isn't happening this morning as was widely expected.
Samsung has confirmed that the official follow-up to its popular Galaxy S II smartphone, which the tech media are dubbing the "Galaxy S III," is on the way.
Samsung's patent lawsuits with Apple and other rivals are bringing the South Korean tech giant a bit of regulator scrutiny in the European Union. On Tuesday, the European Commission, the E.U.'s antitrust agency, said it has formallyShow More Summary
The Lifeline program will spend $25 million to find out how to effectively deliver broadband access to low-income Americans.
Paul Ceglia, fined last month for failing to turn over evidence in his case against Facebook, is protesting the "stratospheric" legal fees from Facebook's lawyers. Ceglia, who contends he's entitled to half of Mark Zuckerberg's multibillion-dollar stake in Facebook, said...
Broadcom earnings: Broadcom reported a better-than-expected fourth quarter Tuesday, beating Wall Street estimates for quarterly revenue and earnings per share despite enduring profit and sales declines from the same period a year earlier.
Amazon.com reports fourth-quarter earnings. Sales rose 35%, helped by strong Kindle sales, but Wall Street analysts had expected better.
Samsung was dealt a loss on Tuesday in its ongoing patent battle with Apple as the South Korean electronics maker was denied a request to overturn a ban on the sale of its Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet in Germany.
Mitt Romney vs. Newt Gingrich: Romney leads Gingrich in hits to his website from Florida users, but in the U.S. overall, more people are clicking on Newt.
Apple said on Tuesday it had hired John Browett, chief executive of European technology retailer Dixons, to head Apple's global fleet of 361 retail stores, starting in April.
Barack Obama's use of social media is credited with helping him reach out to voters in a groundbreaking way that helped him win the 2008 presidential race. In 2012, the Obama campaign is eying a new way to reach voters and donors too -- Square.
Demand for iPhones in China: The pent-up demand for the iPhone in China is hard to overestimate.
Facebook Inc. is extending its lead in online display advertising, which makes up the bulk of its revenue. The social networking giant’s share of the U.S. online display advertising market grew to nearly 28% for 2011, up from 21% a year earlier, according to research firm ComScore.
Samsung announces that its Galaxy Note smartphone-meets-tablet device will be available at AT&T on Feb. 19.
Helen Gurley Brown is giving Stanford School of Engineering and Columbia University Journalism School a joint gift of $30 million for media innovation.
Major tech firms including Google, Facebook and Microsoft team together to fight email phishing scams.
Review: Motorola's Xyboard tablet line -- with 4G versions available through Verizon -- seems to make up for most (but not all) of Motorola's missteps with the Xoom, Los Angeles Times gadget reviewer Nathan Olivarez-Giles says.
Lego man in space: Two Canadian teenagers launched a Lego Man into near space and--surprise!--the story goes viral.