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Groupon files to raise up to $950 mln

A new round of funding could push Groupon beyond the $6 billion Google wanted to buy it for.
Computing

Survey finds majority of voters oppose the FCC’s regulation of the Internet

An overwhelmingly majority of American voters are opposed to net neutrality laws, but continue to support government regulation of radio and TV.
Computing

HP slashes Envy 13 ultraportable to $999

Looking for something slim and light? HP's Envy 13 ultraportable notebook is available now for $999.
Computing

Anonymous’ hangout 4Chan slammed by DDOS attack

It's not just Mastercard and Visa suffering cyberattacks: favorite "Anonymous" hangout 4Chan has been pummeled - and no one is yet claiming responsibility.
Computing

Alcatel to pay $137 mln bribery settlement

Tech giant Alcatel will be paying some $137 million to settle charges that it paid millions in bribes to government officials in Latin America and Asia.
Apple

Apple orders 65 million iPad screens

Reports say that Apple may be placing orders for as many as 65 million 9.7-inch iPad screens for 2011, indicating strong demand for the new product.
Apple

Report: Apple readying CDMA compatible iPad

According to a new report, Apple is also striving to improve the iPad's screen to reduce smudging and glare.
Apple

Three (smudge-proof) versions of the iPad 2 rumored to be released in spring

In the latest iPad 2 rumor, we're hearing that Apple could release multiple versions of the tablet and that users will see an improved screen.
Computing

Time Warner Cable won’t turn in porn pirates

Time Warner Cable is bent on keeping its customers lawsuit-free as porn distributors try to crack down on illegal file-sharing.
Apple

Listen to the Gorillaz iPad-produced album

The free album was made with little more than an iPad and the Gorillaz's slowed down sounds.
Apple

CES 2011 preview: 10 products and trends you’ll see in Vegas

Take an early peek behind the curtains at CES 2011 with a preview of 10 tech products and trends that will make waves in Las Vegas this year.
Android Army

McAfee: Apple, social media, and mobile devices to be targeted in 2011

McAfee has released its forecast of emerging tech security threats for 2011. Top of the list: social media, mobile devices, and all things Apple.