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  • Egyptian teen defects to U.S. after science fair in Los Angeles

    Egyptian teen defects to U.S. after science fair in Los Angeles
    An Egyptian teenager accused of illegally protesting his country's government has defected to the United States after attending an international science fair for high school students in Los Angeles. Abdullah Assem, 17, decided not to board a Cairo-bound...
  • Apple, Google, others agree to $324.5 million settlement in wage case

    The dollar amount is now on the record. Apple, Google and other tech giants accused of artificially suppressing wages by conspiring not to poach each other's talent have agreed to settle a lawsuit filed by their employees for $324.5 million. The...
  • State of the Union: Guests invited to make a point

    State of the Union: Guests invited to make a point
    WASHINGTON – Two Boston bombing survivors and Jason Collins, a 12-year NBA player who came out as gay last year, will sit among the White House’s guests at Tuesday’s State of the Union speech. Accompanying First Lady Michelle Obama, they...
  • Google to Sell Motorola Mobile-Phone Unit to Lenovo for $2.9 Billion

    It's official: Google is hanging up on the money-losing Motorola Mobility smartphone and mobile devices division, but will keep most of the Motorola patents. The Internet giant announced a deal Wednesday sell the Motorola group to China's Lenovo Group...
  • Got intel, Uncle Sam? Share it with U.S. companies.

    By charging five Chinese military officers with hacking into U.S. corporations on behalf of Chinese industry, the Obama administration claims it is taking a tough step to protect the intellectual property of American companies. In fact, the move isn't...
  • After Heartbleed, tech giants team up to fund open-source projects

    After Heartbleed, tech giants team up to fund open-source projects
    Google, Microsoft, Facebook and several other tech giants have teamed to create an initiative that will be used to fund important open-source projects that are in need of financial assistance such as OpenSSL, which was recently plagued by the discovery of...
  • With ingenuity and a 3-D printer, group changes lives

    With ingenuity and a 3-D printer, group changes lives
    Mick Ebeling arrived in Sudan with little more than a toolbox, rolls of plastic and two microwave-size 3-D printers. He had endured a weeklong journey from Los Angeles, with stops in London, Johannesburg and Nairobi before reaching Juba, the capital...
  • Syria, Egypt strife sparks surge in cyber attacks: McAfee

    DUBAI (Reuters) - Syria's civil war and political strife in Egypt have thrown up new battlegrounds on the Web and driven a surge in cyber attacks in the Middle East, according to a leading Internet security company. More than half of incidents in the...
  • Free 'Angry Birds Star Wars' download for PC

    Free 'Angry Birds Star Wars' download for PC
    The Force is strong with this deal. Get a free download of the addictive galactic game "Angry Birds Star Wars" for Windows with an install of the Intel AppUp Center onto your PC. The game, normally $4.95, features lightsaber-weilding Rebel birds...
  • Travel gear: Lenovo's versatile laptop

    Travel gear: Lenovo's versatile laptop
    Name: Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11S What it is: a laptop computer with a flip-and-fold hinge that allows the 11.6-inch HD touch-screen display to flex 360 degrees away from its keyboard for use as a tablet or video monitor. Yoga 11S features a speedy Intel...
  • Pop album review: Boards of Canada's 'Tomorrow's Harvest'

    Pop album review: Boards of Canada's 'Tomorrow's Harvest'
    "Tomorrow's Harvest," the fourth album by Scottish ambient electronic duo Boards of Canada, begins with the sound of an audio logo, a quick "Intel inside"-suggestive mnemonic that vanishes as quickly as it arrives. The tones are followed by a moment of...