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  1. Dutch Man Said to Be Arrested in Powerful Internet Attack
  2. Review: Huawei Premia 4G for MetroPCS
  3. Samsung to Update TecTiles to Newer NFC Specs
  4. How Big Data Is Playing Recruiter for Specialized Workers
  5. Ubisoft’s Montreal Studio, Where Artists Are Superheroes
  6. Slipstream: Personal Data Takes a Winding Path Into Marketers’ Hands
  7. Analysis: China's 4G bonanza to shake up mobile gear vendor market
  8. Growth concerns dog Amazon as it shores up digital beachhead
  9. Dell investors may still gain after Blackstone pullout: Barron's
  10. First Data names JPMorgan executive Bisignano as CEO
  11. Analysis: Tax strategy may be key to Verizon Wireless deal
  12. Maverick operator Digicel takes on the big boys in Myanmar
  13. Analysis: China's 4G bonanza to shake up mobile gear vendor market
  14. Alibaba buys 18 percent stake in Sina's Weibo for $586 million
  15. Huawei's CEO says successor won't be from family, no listing plans yet
  16. Softbank Gives Sprint Permission to Talk to Dish
  17. Venture Capitalists Are Making Bigger Bets on Food Start-Ups
  18. Social Media’s Effects On Markets Concern Regulators
  19. Bombings Trip Up Reddit in Its Turn in Spotlight
  20. Link by Link: Media Critics Turn to Twitter
  21. DealBook: Alibaba Buys Stake in Sina Weibo, a Chinese Answer to Twitter
  22. CBC's English-language chief leaves for Twitter job
  23. Apple lays groundwork for first debt sale ever
  24. Google Now comes to iPhone, challenging Apple's Siri
  25. App helps wealthy travelers hitch rides on private jets
  26. Sprint Says Galaxy S 4 Now In Stock
  27. Google Search 3.0 for iOS Adds Google Now
  28. Sprint seeks details from Dish on takeover proposal
  29. Riverbed results miss estimates as customers cut spending
  30. PayPal hits offline milestone, but Wal-Mart holds out
  31. Brazil telecoms hang on to profits as sales stagnate
  32. Verizon Cloud Offers Backup Service to Smartphones
  33. Fujifilm X20
  34. Intel CEO backs SoftBank's bid for Sprint over Dish's offer
  35. Test
  36. Fujitsu in talks to sell car chip business to Spansion: sources
  37. Japan's SoftBank says no need to improve Sprint offer
  38. Judge sets new trial dates in Apple vs. Samsung patent battle
  39. Paul Allen gaining respect with sports, real estate moves
  40. Apple said today's deal to be sole bond offer in 2013: source
  41. Verizon to invest $100 million in solar, fuel cell technology
  42. Verizon to Spend $100 Million on Sustainable Fuel
  43. Best Buy Gives Up on European Expansion
  44. Apple vs. Samsung Trial Scheduled for November
  45. Softbank Claims Its Deal Is Best, Won't Offer Sprint More
  46. Samsung Begins Producing 20nm RAM Chips for Smartphones
  47. Colleges Adapt Online Courses to Ease Burden
  48. Hulu Says Number of Paid Subscribers Has Doubled
  49. Sirius XM Reports Income and Subscriber Growth
  50. DealBook: Technology Start-Ups Take Root in Berlin
  51. Travel Sites Merge, Which Some See as Boon for Consumers
  52. Symantec shares plunge, traders see mini "flash crash"
  53. AT&T Offering $100 Credit for Device Trade-Ins
  54. Microsoft Beta-Testing Facebook App for Windows Phone
  55. Vine Update Adds Support for User-Facing Camera
  56. AT&T On Track to Cover 270M Pops with LTE This Year
  57. Yahoo Updates Android App to Match iOS App
  58. Apple wows market with record $17 billion bond deal
  59. Qualcomm steps up chip branding campaign, plans TV ad
  60. Yahoo expands paid maternity, paternity benefits
  61. Exclusive: Ride service Uber raising cash at $1 billion valuation
  62. Exclusive: Bain, Golden Gate in the lead to buy BMC Software - sources
  63. Yahoo scraps Dailymotion bid after French government concerns: reports
  64. Sharp to post worse than forecast full-year loss: sources
  65. DealBook: Apple Raises $17 Billion in Record Debt Sale
  66. Exclusive: Britain to quiz Google and auditor again on tax
  67. Comcast reports higher profit, revenue in first quarter
  68. Lasers, microwave deployed in high-speed trading arms race
  69. Fidelity Contrafund's Danoff frets over Apple rivals
  70. Travelers Increasingly Demand High-Quality Wi-Fi
  71. Hotel Guests Turn Away From TV and Toward Streaming Media
  72. Obama Fund-Raiser Is Likely Pick to Lead F.C.C.
  73. Comcast Net Income Rises 17%
  74. Sprint Provides 60-Day Notice for iDEN Shutdown
  75. FCC Documents Suggest T-Mobile Will Sell Sony Xperia Z
  76. AT&T to Sell LG Optimus G Pro for $199
  77. T-Mobile and MetroPCS Officially Tie the Knot
  78. Lenders eye $1 billion credit line for Sharp: Nikkei
  79. Ofcom begins investigation into BT's superfast broadband
  80. Twitter Updated for Android and iOS Once Again
  81. Obama Nominates Tom Wheeler to Be FCC Chair
  82. Pentagon may soon clear use of Apple, Samsung, BlackBerry devices
  83. Smart New Phone Charger for Smart Phones
  84. Mobile Efforts Help Propel Facebook Earnings
  85. Tom Wheeler, Telecom Investor, Is F.C.C. Nominee
  86. Time Warner Revenue Is Flat, Despite Cable Gains
  87. Facebook's mobile business expands in first quarter
  88. Lehman Brothers sues Intel over $1 billion in seized collateral
  89. Dish chairman asserts U.S. advantage in Sprint bid
  90. HTC expects second-quarter revenue to jump 63.6 percent
  91. Intel elects Brian Krzanich as CEO
  92. Siemens curbs outlook on weak industry demand
  93. Harman International profit beats estimates, raises forecast
  94. HTC Running $100 Trade-In Promo for the Weekend
  95. Intel Names Brian Krzanich CEO
  96. MediaTek Intros Dual-Core Processor for Entry-Level Phones
  97. Cellphone Thefts Grow, but the Industry Looks the Other Way
  98. Intel Names Brian Krzanich as Chief Executive
  99. The Rise of the Hacker Space
  100. Twitter hires Morgan Stanley banker with IPO, M&A background
  101. Twitter for Older BlackBerries Updated to Version 4.1
  102. Apple Releases Minor iOS Update for iPhone 5
  103. SEC Approves Softbank's Equity Purchase of Sprint
  104. Weebly refreshes its website publishing tools
  105. LinkedIn second-quarter revenue forecast falls short of targets
  106. Warren Buffett joins Twitter, gains 1,000 followers a minute
  107. Y Combinator, Silicon Valley’s Start-Up Machine
  108. Airport Exposes Class Divisions in Silicon Valley
  109. Ex-Programmer Pleads Not Guilty in Long Island Computer Hacking Case
  110. Barnes & Noble to Add Google Apps to Nook
  111. Samsung, BlackBerry devices cleared for use on U.S. defense networks
  112. Microsoft goes mainstream to win phone share
  113. Buffett says he won't sell shares of IBM: CNBC
  114. U.S. Cellular to Sell Apple Products this Year
  115. Verizon's Galaxy Note II Primed for System Update
  116. Clients question Google's UK tax status: poll
  117. BlackBerry Q10 sells strongly in Canada and Britain: analyst
  118. Wall Street analysts remains bullish on LinkedIn, investors not so sure
  119. Dell Products Make Their Way, Circuitously, to Syria
  120. No tweets for me, Buffett's second-in-command says
  121. Analysis: Court ruling may offer new path in market-data fee dispute
  122. Review: Pantech Perception for Verizon Wireless
  123. AT&T's Galaxy Note to Receive Jelly Bean
  124. Run silent, run deep: The life of Brian Krzanich at Intel
  125. Gray Matter: A Focus on Distraction
  126. Seeking Out Peer Pressure
  127. Cyber Parents, Accessing Perhaps, TMI
  128. State Of the Unions: Miho Walsh and Roy Prieb — State of the Unions
  129. Sharp considers chairman's retirement, to scrap posts: Kyodo
  130. Dailymotion website should not remain just French: Minister
  131. Enstitute, an Alternative to College for a Digital Elite
  132. Latest Product From Tech Firms: An Immigration Bill
  133. Corner Office: Steve Case on Risk-Taking, or Lack Thereof, in Business
  134. Bits: Google Glass Offers More Tech Magic, if You Can Afford It
  135. Disruptions: New Motto for Silicon Valley: First Security, Then Innovation
  136. Some Verizon investors OK with paying premium for Vodafone stake
  137. Apps convert smartphones into home monitoring system
  138. Amazon launches Android app store in China
  139. EU regulator takes aim at Google over Apple mobile patent lawsuit
  140. BMC to sell itself to private equity group for $6.9 billion
  141. Looking for a comeback, Zynga embraces austerity and FarmVille
  142. Sprint Inks Content and Ad Deal with Time Inc.
  143. Gmail for iOS Updated to Better Support Google Apps
  144. Sony Xperia Z Now Available from Sony's Web Store
  145. EU Says Motorola's Patent Pursuits Are Abusive
  146. Clearwire to Investors: Sprint Is Our Best Option
  147. Intel revamps Atom chips in bid to find mobile footing
  148. AT&T to Sell 32GB Galaxy S 4 May 10 for $249
  149. Intel Says Silvermont Chips Will Be 3X Faster
  150. Electronic Arts, Disney strike "Star Wars" games deal
  151. In Silicon Valley, snarky blogs make a comeback
  152. Regulator mulls setting rules for digital currency Bitcoin
  153. Apple’s Rivals See an Edge in Using Wireless Accessories
  154. E.U. Rules Against Patent Play by Google’s Motorola Unit
  155. DealBook: Investor Group Buys BMC for $6.9 Billion
  156. Media Giants Chase Online Ads With Original Shows
  157. Xavier Niel, a Billionaire Who Breaks the Mold
  158. Verizon Signs Smartphone Content Deal with AOL
  159. Fight expected in House on online sales tax
  160. Windows 8 hits 100 million sales, tweaks for mini-tablets in works
  161. Nokia CEO says remains focused on Windows Phone software
  162. Google Glass Picks Up Early Signal: Keep Out
  163. Foxconn Tries to Move Beyond Apple’s Shadow
  164. YouTube Is Said to Plan a Subscription Option
  165. YouTube and Foursquare Gain Native Windows Phone Features
  166. Investors to Nokia: Switch to Another Road
  167. Sprint Puts Vendors at Fault for LTE Network Delays
  168. Consumer Cellular Lands the LG 930 and Samsung Exhilarate
  169. T-Mobile Galaxy S 4 Earns Isis and Voicemail Update
  170. Nokia investors tell CEO their patience running thin
  171. Microsoft extends Yahoo's U.S. search revenue guarantee
  172. Smart New Charger for Smart Phones
  173. Electronic Arts total revenue, profit drop in fourth quarter
  174. French, German politicians to pressure Google on tax
  175. Symantec revenue rises 4 percent due to demand for security products
  176. SoftBank to meet Sprint investors, many eye higher bid
  177. Solid Sales, but Growing Grumbles, for Windows 8
  178. A Dream of Glowing Trees Is Assailed for Gene-Tinkering
  179. DealBook: Kleiner Perkins Shifts Strategy After a Rough Decade
  180. E-Commerce Soars in China
  181. DealBook: Pleased by Apple’s Move, Einhorn Raises His Bet
  182. Alibaba Group's fourth-quarter net profit up 171 percent: Yahoo
  183. San Francisco surrenders in fight over cell phone warnings
  184. Obama May Back F.B.I. Plan to Wiretap Web Users
  185. AOL shares sink as websites still lose money
  186. Higher European demand boosts Cognizant revenue
  187. Facebook Scam Alert - What Really Happens When You "Like"
  188. Review: LG Optimus G Pro for AT&T
  189. San Francisco Bags Cell Phone Warning Fight
  190. iOS Devs Can Now Add Google's Chrome Browser to their Apps
  191. U.S. court scrutinizes class suit against Google e-book project
  192. Groupon quarterly results top estimates, shares jump
  193. Microsoft names insider Amy Hood as CFO
  194. Apple Wants Android Source Code in Battle Against Samsung
  195. Obama administration weighs options for expanding wiretap laws
  196. F.T.C. Warns Data Firms on Selling Information
  197. Samsung Tips Galaxy Centura for Straight Talk
  198. Nokia Lumia 900 Receives Windows Phone 7.8
  199. Huawei's CEO breaks silence, says company not connected to U.S. cyber threats
  200. Facebook in talks to buy Israel's Waze for up to $1 billion: report
  201. Sony gadgets struggle despite profit rise, smartphones key
  202. Google Earth for Android Adds Street View
  203. Dish Network profit drops 40 percent; subscription growth falls
  204. Barnes & Noble shares soar on Microsoft report
  205. Fwd.Us Raises Uproar With Advocacy Tactics
  206. Bits Blog: Microsoft Names First Female Finance Chief
  207. Sony Reports First Annual Profit Since 2008
  208. Groupon Narrows Its Loss After String of Disappointing Results
  209. App Smart: Workout Apps That Keep Track of Your Fitness Regimen
  210. UK lawmakers set date for Google, Ernst & Young tax grilling
  211. AT&T launches new brand Aio for prepaid phone service
  212. Twitter and LinkedIn for BlackBerry 10 Updated
  213. Nokia Lumia 521 Arrives in T-Mobile Stores May 22
  214. Flipboard Ports Magazine-Creation Powers to Android
  215. Huawei's First Windows Phone Hits Walmart this Month
  216. Aio Wireless Kicks Off Today with Nokia Lumia 620
  217. U.S. charges eight in $45 million cyber crime scheme
  218. Chipmaker Nvidia's quarterly results beat expectations
  219. YouTube starts paid subscription service
  220. Representatives Propose Fix to Device Unlocking Laws
  221. Huge cyber bank theft spans 27 countries
  222. You're the Boss Blog: One Social Media Start-Up Rises From the Ashes of Another
  223. DealBook: Barnes & Noble Shares Jump on Sign of Microsoft Interest in Nook
  224. YouTube’s Pay Channels Include ‘Sesame Street’ and Mixed Martial Arts
  225. Icahn, Southeastern propose alternative to Dell buyout deal: WSJ
  226. China Mobile beefs up supervision after audit finds accounting problems
  227. Alibaba to take 20-30 percent stake in mapping firm AutoNavi: media
  228. Judge Sides with Apple in Android Document Request
  229. Nokia to sell high-end Lumia smartphone through Verizon Wireless
  230. UAE's RAKBANK says no customers lost from cyber fraud
  231. Olympus PEN E-P5
  232. Review: Samsung Galaxy S 4 for AT&T
  233. Nokia Announces Lumia 928 for Verizon Wireless
  234. Twitter eyes big business in Brazil's World Cup, Olympics
  235. Exclusive: SoftBank asks banks not to finance Dish's Sprint bid - sources
  236. Apple supplier Sharp to boost Samsung business in bid to stay viable
  237. Exclusive: Elon Musk quits Zuckerberg's immigration advocacy group
  238. FCC Outs Mystery Motorola Handset for AT&T
  239. Exclusive: SoftBank asks banks not to finance Dish's Sprint bid
  240. F.C.C. Advances Plan for Faster In-Flight Wi-Fi
  241. DealBook: Icahn and Southeastern Ready Rival Bid for Dell
  242. Facebook Is Said to Be in Talks to Buy Waze
  243. Exclusive: Indian card processor in $45 million heist is ElectraCard - sources
  244. Tesla’s Elon Musk Leaves Zuckerberg’s
  245. Bits Blog: Details Emerge About Syrian Electronic Army’s Recent Exploits
  246. Soothing Back Pain by Learning How to Sit Again
  247. China’s Social Media Fuel Citizen Quake Response
  248. The Haggler: A Voucher Deal That Wasn’t So Sweet
  249. Indian companies at center of global cyber heist
  250. Analysis: Google+ struggles to attract brands, some neglect to update