By The Associated Press
Economic conditions in Europe have been blamed for weak quarterly results or outlook at several tech companies. Apple also reported that growth in revenue and net income had slowed, largely because average selling prices were down. Here's a look at how selected
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Judgment Day, as foretold by the Terminator series, must be near. We sent a robot to Mars earlier this week and it started tweeting back to us with facts about the mission. It also engaged in some banter with Sesame Street and dropped the popular "I'm in you
By ANICK JESDANUNAP Technology Writer
NEW YORK (AP) - The Federal Trade Commission voted Friday to finalize its settlement with Facebook, resolving charges that the social network exposed details about users' lives without getting the required legal consent.
Facebook Inc. agreed to submit
By MICHAEL LIEDTKEAP Technology Writer
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Google is paying a $22.5 million fine to settle the latest regulatory case questioning the Internet search leader's respect for people's privacy and the integrity of its internal controls.
The penalty announced Thursday by the
By Dan Meade
(WORLDNOW) -- NASA has landed its Curiosity rover on Mars to document and study the Red Planet. Photos and tweets are already coming to Earth as the rover studies Mars looking for signs of any life that may have once lived there. If we're lucky dry river beds and rocks holding
By Issie Lapowsky
When NASA's Curiosity rover successfully landed on Mars Monday, it made history as the largest and most advanced rover to ever land on the Red Planet. For the next 23 months, the Curiosity will study the Martian surface, test for the existence of certain gases and chemicals,
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NASA's car-sized Curiosity rover has successfully landed on Mars. And if all goes right, the historic mission could provide us with evidence that life once existed on the Red Planet. Unfortunately, for those of us without much patience, such revelations could take as
By Pete Spotts
Engineers and technicians behind NASA's mars exploration program once again have turned in a performance worthy of a Michael Phelps: a gentle, pinpoint landing of a 1-ton, Mini Cooper-size rover named Curiosity on the surface of Mars.
The $2.5 billion Mars Science Laboratory
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A Google search of the phrase "Wall-E made me cry" returns more than 13 thousand results, a figure which can surely be multiplied several times over to include all the people who did cry at the little robot's adventures, but consider themselves too "tough" to admit it