Retail sales in the U.S. rose more than forecast in July as consumer spending rebounded at department stores, auto dealers and electronics outlets, easing some concern the biggest part of the economy was foundering.
Sotheby's is auctioning a classic relic, a 1976 Apple I handmade by Steve Jobs and his tech partner, Steve Wozniak. It was their first-ever commercial order for the computer that allowed users for the first time to use a keyboard to type letters on a screen.
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Leading Internet-service providers said Sunday that they had moved to ensure that computers infected with malware left behind by a hacking spree that started in 2007 continue to access the Internet normally, and expect relatively few Internet users to face a disruption.
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A new partnership between Google, oceanographers and an insurance company will bring images of the Great Barrier Reef live to computer screens across the world.
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Hewlett-Packard Co., the world?s largest computer maker, is in talks to buy Autonomy Corp. for about $10 billion and plans to spin off its personal-computer business, people with direct knowledge of the matter said.
Nest Labs has revealed the Nest Learning Thermostat, a networked thermostat that can be remotely controlled from a computer, smartphone, or tablet.
Shares of computer maker Dell Inc. climbed Friday after Hewlett-Packard Co. said it was looking for a way to exit the PC business.
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While some entrepreneurs make getting their startup company a success their life's work, some accomplish this feat with the time they have after school. Such is the case of 15-year-old Danill Kulchenko, who recently sold his startup cloud-based computing company Phenona to ActiveState in a deal of undisclosed terms. Kulchenko intends to join Vancouver-based ActiveState in a strictly part-time role because he's still finishing high school in Kenmore, WA. Pheona has not been launched publicly, but at the time of the sale ActiveState CEO Bart Copeland said the deal will help the company move into the field of cloud computing.
Amazon.com, which revolutionized reading with its Kindle e-reader, is expected to unveil a tablet computer this week that analysts say will seriously challenge Apple's market dominating iPad.