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  • Alibaba's latest financial results build momentum for a big IPO

    Alibaba's latest financial results build momentum for a big IPO
    Alibaba Group Holding continued to build excitement for its upcoming initial public offering by reporting a surge in mobile growth and big financial gains in its most recent quarter. For the three months that ended June 30, the Chinese e-commerce...
  • Consumer Reports: Your info at risk everywhere

    These days, as the threat of malicious software and sophisticated cybercriminals reaches every corner of modern life, each consumer has vulnerabilities, according to Consumer Reports. And the first step in protecting yourself is to know where you are...
  • Forbes says Dallas Cowboys NFL's most valuable team at $3.2 billion

    Forbes has released its annual list of the value of the NFL's franchises, and if you thought the Clippers were expensive at $2 billion, just try buying the Dallas Cowboys. The Cowboys lead the list at $3.2 billion, according to the Forbes rankings,...
  • Former Brevard candidate, others charged in theft scam, deputies say

    Former Brevard candidate, others charged in theft scam, deputies say
    Members of an organized-theft ring, including a former candidate for the Brevard County Commission, netted more than $100,000 from selling stolen health products, officials announced Thursday. Lisa McDermott, the former candidate, and her husband James...
  • Amazon.com marca presencia en el "mundo real" con un lector de tarjetas

    Amazon.com marca presencia en el "mundo real" con un lector de tarjetas
    Amazon.com reveló el miércoles un lector de tarjetas de crédito y una aplicación móvil para los negocios tradicionales, en el último paso del vendedor minorista por Internet para expandirse del mundo virtual al real. Con este dispositivo, Amazon compite...
  • Amazon takes on Square, PayPal with new credit card reader

    Amazon takes on Square, PayPal with new credit card reader
    Amazon is making a play in small-business payment processing by launching Local Register, a credit card reader that can be attached to a smartphone or tablet. The Seattle-based online retailer announced the $10 device Wednesday, challenging...
  • Postcards from the e-edge? App turns selfies into snail-mail greetings

    Postcards from the e-edge? App turns selfies into snail-mail greetings
    Sending a postcard while on the road has never been quite as simple. A new mobile app called Blipcard enables you to convert your selfies and photos into paper postcards that get snail-mailed to your friends and loved ones. Sound old school? It is,...
  • Freelance workers a growing segment of California economy

    A short gig doing security for the True Blood television show. A stint driving for a rental car company. A week as a customer service representative at a retail store. This is how Delvontaie Antwine, 34, makes do in California's economic recovery...
  • Virtual Piggy banking on kids making parent-monitored online payments

    Parents who have found big credit card and debit card charges for unauthorized online purchases by their teens might be wondering what they can do to prevent it from happening again. That's one reason why Virtual Piggy Inc. exists. The Hermosa Beach...
  • Chinese Internet giant Alibaba aiming for $24.3-billion IPO

    Alibaba Group Holding has set the price range of its initial public stock offering $60 to $66 a share and hopes to raise a record-shattering $24.3 billion in what would be the biggest IPO ever. At $66 a share, the Chinese Internet behemoth would be...
  • Heartbleed bug: What passwords you need to change

    Heartbleed bug: What passwords you need to change
    Last week millions of people rushed to change their online passwords after news of a major encryption flaw called Heartbleed began to circulate. Heartbleed infected hundreds of thousands of sites, including popular ones like Facebook and Netflix, and...