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HP Closes Autonomy Deal

HP Closes Autonomy Deal

HP is now the proud owner of Autonomy, the British-based firm that creates search tools for unstructured data like emails and Twitter feeds.

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Yahoo, ABC News Announce ‘Game-changer’ Partnership

Yahoo, ABC News Announce ‘Game-changer’ Partnership

This morning ABC News announced that it was forming a partnership with Yahoo to become the site’s “top digital news source.” The announcement was made on Good Morning America, and described as matching “the number one news site on the web with the country’s premiere news brand.”

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Cul-de-sac Homes in San Jose

Cul-de-sac Homes in San Jose

Quiet streets without too much traffic are perfect for families who want their children to get to know about playing outdoors.

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What’s Coming at the Apple Event

What’s Coming at the Apple Event

Invitations have already been sent out. On Tuesday, Oct. 4, Apple will be unveiling something. As with every Apple launch, that means that there’s plenty of secrecy and speculation. This will be an unusual event.

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The Financial Benefits of Leaving HP

The Financial Benefits of Leaving HP

HP’s stock may have plummeted by 45 percent during the eleven months that Leo Apotheker was at the helm, but a Securities and Exchange Commission filing shows that he walked away from the tumult a wealthy man.

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Congressmen Call for Investigation of Facebook

Congressmen Call for Investigation of Facebook

In one of those rare bipartisan collaborations (especially these days), Congressmen Ed Markey (D-Massachusetts) and Joe Barton (R-Texas) have called on the Federal Trade Commission to investigate Facebook for its violation of users’ privacy.

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Google Adds Gay Feature to Search

Google Adds Gay Feature to Search

Speculating whether a celebrity is gay is rapidly becoming the jeu du jour, and Google is helping out with that.

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Does Amazon Really Pose a Challenge to the iPad?

Does Amazon Really Pose a Challenge to the iPad?

“Spartan and clean.” That’s how Information Week describes Amazon’s new Kindle Fire. Better yet, it could probably be called the “no frills” tablet. At $199, it certainly offers a tempting price tag, but reduced cost means reduced features.

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Dead Sea Scrolls Now on Google

Dead Sea Scrolls Now on Google

In a collaborative effort with the Israel Museum, Google has now posted high-res images of five of the most important Dead Sea Scrolls for aficionados and scholars alike to peruse.

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President Rakes in Cash and Questions during Bay Area Visit

President Rakes in Cash and Questions during Bay Area Visit

President Obama is now in Colorado after an overnight stay in the Bay Area, where he attended two fundraising events and answered questions at a LinkedIn Town Hall.

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