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Netflix Takes Stomach-Churning Dive

Netflix beat expectations with third-quarter revenue of US$1.11 billion, or 52 cents per share -- up from the $905 million it reported in the same quarter a year ago ...

Devs Can Get New One-Armed Robot on the Cheap

Unbounded Robotics unveiled the UBR-1 on Monday, a US$35,000 mobile manipulation platform designed to provide engineers with functional robot hardware to aid development of apps for the device. ...

Solid Q3 Sends Google to Stratosphere

Investors sent Google's shares soaring past the US$1,000 mark Friday following its stellar third-quarter earnings report ...

eBay Expects Holiday Season to Be a Nailbiter

eBay's third-quarter earnings report showed gains in revenue and earnings, but the company's stock dipped on its warning that a weak U.S. economy might lead to lower-than-expected fourth-quarter gains. ...

Investors Give Yahoo Benefit of Doubt

Yahoo posted its third-quarter earnings report Tuesday, revealing a revenue and earnings slide as it continues to make acquisitions and launch new products ...

BlackBerry to Customers: Seriously, We’re OK!

BlackBerry issued an open letter on Monday in an effort to assure customers that it still has a viable future. ...

You Can Run but You Can’t Hide on Facebook

Facebook announced Thursday that it will finish killing off the privacy setting that previously let users opt out of searches ...

Comcast Recruits Twitter to Connect Viewers With Shows

Comcast is teaming up with Twitter to launch a new feature that will allow Twitter users to tune into live TV shows via the social network, making the site a go-to spot for television conversations and viewing. ...

Amazon Sweetens the Deal for App Developers

Amazon this week unveiled a new program designed to draw third-party developers to the company's platform. ...

Smartwatch May Help Keep a Watchful Eye on Kids

AT&T is teaming up with FiLIP to launch a smartwatch designed to appeal to kids -- and their parents. ...

Nielsen Sets Its Sights on Tweets About TV

Nielsen on Monday rolled out Nielsen Twitter TV Ratings, a service it says is the first-ever measure of the total activity and reach of TV-related conversation on Twitter ...

Twitter Filing Spikes IPO Fever

Twitter filed documents with the SEC for its initial public offering, giving investors a first glimpse of its financials on Thursday. Trading under the ticker symbol "TWTR," it aims to raise US$1 billion in its IPO ...

FBI Demolishes Internet’s Drug Trafficking Silk Road

U.S. law enforcement officials have shut down Silk Road, the online marketplace that allegedly facilitated the anonymous sale of illegal drugs as well as illicit services such as murder for hire ...

HarperCollins Fattens Scribd’s E-Book Subscription Catalog

Scribd announced Tuesday that HarperCollins has become the first major publisher to join its monthly e-book subscription service. ...

Facebook to TV Nets: Take Our Data – Please!

Facebook will begin providing TV broadcasters with data about the chatter their shows are inspiring on the site, The Wall Street Journal reported this week. ...

Facebook Offers New Ways to Plumb Its Depths

Facebook announced Monday it was expanding its Graph Search to give users a more complete experience, allowing searches of status updates, photo captions, check-ins and comments. Graph Search rolled out to a limited number of English-speaking U.S. customers earlier this year. At first, it limited searches to individual or brand profiles ...

Evernote Gives Post-It Notes a 2nd Life

Evernote and 3M on Thursday announced a partnership to digitize the Post-it Note with a new feature on the Evernote app optimized to capture and save messages. ...

Google Makes It Official With Same-Day Delivery Debut

Google announced Wednesday that it is opening its Google Shopping Express service to shoppers in the entire San Francisco Bay Area, marking the official launch and first big expansion of the company's same-day delivery service ...

4 Young Innovators Capture Google Science Fair Awards

Google on Monday announced the winners of its Science Fair, awarding three students for their innovative ideas in public health, alternative energy and app development ...

SpoilerFoiler Protects Breaking Bad Fans From Telling Tweets

Netflix unveiled its SpoilerFoiler app Monday, a tool designed for Breaking Bad fans who want to scan their Twitter feeds without encountering any show spoilers. ...

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