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  • Free $25 gift card with purchase at Smokey Bones

    Free $25 gift card with purchase at Smokey Bones
    Get a free $25 gift card with purchase of two $50 gift cards at Smokey Bones. This is an online offer good only on Monday, June 2. Click here for the deal. Like Doreen's Deals on Facebook; follow Doreen Christensen on Twitter@PrettyGoodIdeas and...
  • GM sides with U.S. wireless carriers in net neutrality fight

    Top U.S. automaker General Motors Co has emerged as a heavyweight ally of the wireless carriers battling against stricter Internet traffic rules, with a new letter that linked the issue to wirelessly connected cars. In a letter to a Federal...
  • Twitter sues U.S. government over surveillance disclosure rules

     Twitter sues U.S. government over surveillance disclosure rules
    Twitter Inc. is the latest tech giant to sue the U.S. government for the right to reveal the scope of government surveillance of its users. The San Francisco microblogging site filed suit against the Department of Justice and the FBI on Tuesday,...
  • Fidelity Contrafund loads up on Facebook and it pays off

    Fidelity Contrafund loads up on Facebook and it pays off
    The $108 billion Fidelity Contrafund continues to have a big appetite for Facebook Inc's stock, adding to its position in the social media company during the third quarter and praising its mobile ad revenue growth and "visionary management." The fund,...
  • Facebook sues law firms over case of man who claimed half ownership

    Facebook Inc. is suing several law firms that represented a man who contended that he owned half of the social network and was entitled to billions of dollars from the company and Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg. The case was dismissed in April, and the...
  • Ride-sharing firm Uber's valuation soars to $18.2 billion

    Ride-sharing company Uber said it has raised $1.2 billion in its latest round of funding, driving the company's value to $18.2 billion — among the highest ever for a venture-backed start-up. The San Francisco company said on its website that it...
  • Facebook mistakenly releases second Snapchat clone, quickly removes it

    Facebook mistakenly releases second Snapchat clone, quickly removes it
    "If at first you don't succeed, try, try again" is the strategy Facebook has taken to fend off Snapchat, the upstart Los Angeles ephemeral messaging app.  Facebook on Monday released, then quickly removed, its second mobile app designed to compete...
  • Facebook to track what users do on other sites

    Facebook to track what users do on other sites
    Facebook will soon start tracking what users in the U.S. do not just on Facebook but also on other websites and apps to more effectively target them with ads. The practice is common — even for some ad networks Facebook partners with — but...
  • Facebook removes page glorifying Isla Vista killer

    After initially refusing to take action, Facebook has removed a page glorifying Elliot Rodger, the man authorities say is behind the Isla Vista rampage that left six dead and several wounded Friday.  The page listed Rodger as "an American Hero" who...
  • California's unemployment rate drops to 7.8%, lowest in six years

    California's unemployment rate drops to 7.8%, lowest in six years
    California's unemployment rate dropped below 8% last month for the first time in nearly six years as employers put the state on the verge of recovering all of the jobs lost during the Great Recession. Employers added 56,100 jobs in April, far more...
  • N.J. appeals court upholds ban on mom posting about kids on Facebook

    A New Jersey judge’s order banning a mother on probation from mentioning her children or their father on Facebook and elsewhere online was not unconstitutional, an appellate court ruled this week. The case centered on the online statements --...