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TwitPic, the image-hosting company that two weeks ago said it would shut down after a trademark dispute with Twitter, has apparently been acquired, keeping its service alive.
Alibaba, an e-commerce giant in China, wants to make new friends in the U.S. Especially friends with money.
The breach of Home Depot's payment systems may have compromised 56 million payment cards as a result of malware that has since been eliminated, the company said Thursday.
The appointment of John Weir as the new head of Smart Mobile in Sierra Leone highlights the new competitive dynamics in the West African country and the shadow that has fallen over the expansion plans of Libya's telecom holding company, Lap Green Network.
Qualcomm has given a peek at the graphics capabilities of its new Snapdragon 810 chipset, which it confirmed will start shipping in tablets and other devices early next year.
It's the end of an era at Oracle, as CEO Larry Ellison has been appointed executive chairman and CTO of the vendor, with co-presidents Safra Catz and Mark Hurd named co-CEOs.
The U.S. Navy's new surveillance drone completed its first cross-country flight across the United States Wednesday night.
The health care industry has long been a laggard in adopting technology, but that will soon change as the challenge of aligning doctors, insurance companies and patients is figured out.
Why Android users should avoid buying Apple's new iPhone 6. Plus: What you can do with your old Android device, and Amazon updates its Android-based Kindle ereaders and tablets.
Broader Internet access will generate more consumer spending than any other media product or service in the next five years in South Africa's entertainment and media industry, according to a new report.