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A fistful of iPhone apps that will save you time, make your life easier and make you smile.

The apps, like Instagram, Hipstamatic, DailyBooth and PicPlz, have been small-time projects, but now a few are trying to become real businesses.

Despite the company’s strong performance, shares fell close to 10 percent in after-hours trading after the earnings release.

Google’s acquisition of passwords, e-mails and other personal data from unsuspecting people may have violated the Communications Act.

Samsung presents the Galaxy Tab, a new Android tablet with many features and a light touch. But it’ll cost you.

Samsung and LG Electronics have moved into the realm of leadership in the technology industry, but as smartphones take the world by storm, they have remained largely confined to the sidelines.

Home Style, a new app from the English interior designer, includes 40 videos with furniture and design ideas.

A new iPhone case with a Wi-Fi hot spot built in comes close to turning an iPod Touch into a real phone.

A new Bluetooth speaker from Jawbone lets you play music wirelessly from your smartphone and also serves as a speakerphone.

The room-and-house rental vacation site announced it had raised $7.2 million in a Series A round of venture financing, led by Sequoia Capital and Greylock Partners.

Yahoo hired Wayne Powers, a former Time Inc. executive, to revive its slumping as sales business in the United States.

Miguel Helft on the new social browser RockMelt, gaming on a laptop and the Queen of England's joining Facebook.

Gmail offers a number of advanced search features that can help people search messages in an extremely bloated in-box.

A staggering 417 million mobile phones were sold worldwide last quarter, up 35 percent from the same period last year, the research firm says.

Two federal agencies are preparing reports on online privacy standards, and the findings could be at odds.

The company will go back to being a question-and-answer service, but it’s re-entering a field that has become crowded.

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The mobile-phone company also raised its full-year earnings outlook after a strong first half.

The partnership is the latest attempt by AOL to infuse its homepage with original video.

Internet mogul Barry Diller has ended his company’s quest to develop Internet search technology to rival that of Google Inc and Microsoft Corp.

Three major technologies all have the potential to move from demonstration computers to practical, highly powerful machines.

Licensing fees are a central point in the legal battle over how much SAP should pay in damages for stealing Oracle’s software.

The National Labor Relations Board said a company fired an employee illegally after she criticized her supervisor.

By acquiring Quidsi, the parent company of Diapers.com, Amazon.com should be able compete in the baby-products sector.

After a trip of six and a half years, NASA’s Messenger spacecraft will finally pull into orbit around Mercury, and a rover the size of an S.U.V. is expected to land on Mars.

Researchers are using artificially structured metamaterials to manipulate light or other electromagnetic waves in ways not achievable in nature.

The Kinect, which plugs into an Xbox, can project a digital version of you on screen while you shimmy, shake and play active games.