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  • William and Kate endorse London tech scene, play with HP TouchPad at L.A. event

     
    If you were Britain, whom would you enlist to help promote London's up-and-coming answer to Silicon Valley? Well how about the royal couple, William and Kate? The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge flew in from Canada to join a conference......
  • Google+ tops Twitter's shared news items, Pew says

     
    Google+ may only have tens of thousands of users so far, but the new social network has created a big buzz on Twitter, according to a new study. For the week of June 27 through July 1, Google+ was the topic of 35% of all news links tweeted, according to...
  • Google's Eric Schmidt agrees to testify at Senate antitrust hearing

     
    Google Inc.'s Eric Schmidt has agreed to testify at a Senate antitrust subcommittee hearing, ending the company's standoff with the panel's leaders over which executive would face expected tough questioning about the Internet giant's role in the online...
  • Google+ users can soon opt out of sharing gender

     
    Google+ is getting yet another privacy change in its testing period -- this time to let users of the new social network opt out of sharing their gender publicly online. "Gender can be a sensitive topic, especially on the Internet,"......
  • Nexstar files antitrust lawsuit against Granite

     
    While local television stations compete against each other for ratings and advertising dollars, their fights don't usually end up in court. But a battle between two broadcasters that own and operate properties in Fort Wayne, Ind., is getting...
  • Google's Eric Schmidt to testify at September Senate hearing

     
    We have a date -- Google Chairman Eric Schmidt will face a U.S. Senate antitrust subcommittee hearing on Sept. 21. The hearing, held by the Senate's Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights is officially called "The Power of...
  • NBA files lawsuit, unfair labor practice charge against players' union

     
    One day after NBA Commissioner David Stern essentially doubted that the players were negotiating in good faith, the league backed up that contention with a one-two punch, filing two claims against the Players' Assn. The first was an unfair labor......
  • NBA players union criticizes league's 'litigation tactics'

     
    NBA lockout: The NBA Players Assn. on Tuesday issued a strongly worded statement criticizing the league for filing two claims against the union....
  • Google gets personal, searches your world, not just the Web

     
    For Google, it's personal. The Internet search giant is no longer going to roll out the same search results to everyone. Starting Tuesday, Google will pluck only the results most relevant to you -- and not just from billions of......
  • Google likely to face FTC complaint over 'Search Plus Your World'

     
    A privacy watchdog group probably will complain to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission that a new Google search feature raises privacy and antitrust concerns. Marc Rotenberg, executive director of the Electronic Privacy Information Center, said his group is...
  • Italy's Colosseum at center of battle over restoration

     
    A luxury shoemaker is threatening to withdraw his offer to finance restoration of Italy's famed Colosseum. Diego Della Valle of the Tod's group has agreed to spend $33 million helping to restore the iconic monument, but legal challenges and civic protests...