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Microsoft confirmed in a statement that it is the target of Chinese government investigation. (Ted S. Warren/AP)
U.S. technology firms and the Chinese government have had a rocky relationship in the past year. Microsoft, in particular, has faced several obstacles in China over the past year.
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Up to 20 million people a year are affected by “mobile cramming,” according to a federal study. Now the FTC is laying out what wireless carriers should do to stop it.
The dating site admits it experiments on its users, just like Facebook. And it’s not ashamed to say so.
Now it’s even easier to buy bobbleheads that look like you from Amazon.
The fight over cell phone unlocking is giving way to a much broader fight about whether consumers can circumvent locks on software for simple purposes like repairing your vehicle.
Zillow is buying Trulia. Here’s what that might mean for consumers.
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A federal judge has ordered a review of United Launch Alliance’s controversial contract with the U.S. Air Force to put military payloads into orbit.
It will collect study participants’ medical information and use it to determine what it means to be healthy.
All it needs now is a signature from the President.
Imagine yourself a ninja warrior with this addictive game to send a nimble competitor to the stars.
The Food Network in the Kitchen app lets you search dishes by Bobby Flay, Giada De Laurentiis and more.
The U.S. launch industry had some major failures in the ‘90s, which the government attributed to poor contractor oversight.
If it works, this could become the next big breakthrough in campaign tech.
The immigration issue fell down the tech industry’s political priority list. But it’s not totally gone.
Sales at the mega-retailer reached $19.34 billion, up 23 percent compared to the same period last year.
The game is a sequel to Firaxis Games’ build-your-own society Civilization series.
Just how far does the FTC’s authority go? According to Rep. Darrell Issa, not as far as the agency might hope.
Questions remain about a talk now pulled talk that purported to demonstrate a way to deanonymize Tor users at Black Hat USA.
The data show there’s an internal ceiling at many Silicon Valley companies keeping many women and minorities from rising to the top.
A patent offers some clues for what Apple’s thinking and what consumers can possibly anticipate.
Companies are spending around 14 percent of their revenues on upgrades.
The StubHub “hack” didn’t actually compromise the ticket reseller’s networks.
Your morning helping of hand-picked stories from The Switch.
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