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  • Judge Keeps Dell Inc In New Orleans Camera Lawsuit

    A state court judge on Friday refused to dismiss Dell Inc. from a lawsuit filed by two companies that allege their crime camera system was ripped off by people in and with ties to New Orleans' technology office and that there was a conspiracy with Dell to...
  • Attorney: Ex-tech Chief Target Of Probe

    New Orleans' former technology chief Greg Meffert is a target of a criminal investigation, one of his attorneys said Friday in seeking to have him excluded from a looming civil trial over the problem-plagued crime camera system Meffert once oversaw....
  • Sun Microsystems remains a work in progress

    Q: Please clear up my confusion over Sun Microsystems Inc. Does the company have a good future? -- M.L., via the Internet A: The leading supplier of networked computing products, which stumbled badly for several years after the Internet bubble burst, had...
  • Faithful await Apple's vision

    Faithful await Apple's vision
    Apple Inc. had an incredible 2007. It launched the iPhone, saw a huge uptick in Macintosh computers sales and enjoyed the near doubling of its stock price. As people flock to the annual Macworld Conference & Expo here this week, one thing is less clear:...
  • For old gear: Here are ways to dispose of electronic devices responsibly.

    Americans dump hundreds of millions of electronic devices each year as they rush to adopt the latest technology. Less than 13% get recycled, according to the Electronics TakeBack Coalition, an advocacy group in San Francisco. The rest end up in landfills....
  • Virtual world trailblazer steps aside

    The founder and chief executive of the company that runs the popular online virtual world Second Life said Friday that he would step down to make room for a new leader who could expand the company. Philip Rosedale, 39, will become chairman of San...
  • Madoff trustee wants $199 million back from brother, sons and niece

     
    Four Madoff family members who worked at Bernard L. Madoff???s investment firm may not have known about his epic Ponzi scheme -- but they certainly should have, according to a lawsuit filed today by the government-appointed trustee liquidating the...
  • Consumer Confidential: Healthcare stocks, healthier chips, new smart phone

     
    Here's your misanthropically Monday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: --Remember all that talk about "socialized medicine" and a "government takeover of healthcare"? Well, here's all you need to know about the reform package that cleared the...
  • Resort Offers Stay In Exchange For Slumping Stocks

    NEW YORK - If you're thinking about skipping that vacation this year, you many want to reconsider.  One company is urging people to trade in their struggling stocks for some fun in the sun. It's all part of Elite Island Resorts latest promotion "Roll...
  • Dell settles with states over financing claims

          SEATTLE (AP) - Dell Inc. said Monday it has agreed to a legal settlement with states that claimed the computer company made misleading financing and service offers to PC buyers.       Dell will pay $3.85 million to at least 46 states participating...
  • Microsoft's Ballmer: Windows 7 is nearly final

    Microsoft Corp.'s next version of the Windows operating system is almost ready for prime time. That's one message Chief Executive Steve Ballmer delivered on the eve of the official opening of the International Consumer Electronics Show. The world's...