China social networking site warns bloggers
A popular Twitter-like service in China has contacted millions of users warning them to ignore false reports, in a sign of growing official unease over the rise of social networking sites.
Google's Schmidt attacks British education system
Google chairman Eric Schmidt has attacked the British education system, saying a failure to appreciate the importance of computer science was holding the country back in the digital age.
JailBreakMe creator lands internship at Apple
A 19-year-old New York man who created a program that allows iPhone users to "jailbreak" the device to run unauthorized applications claims to have landed an internship at Apple.
Google shutting down Slide
Internet giant Google is shutting down Slide, a developer of applications for social networks it bought a year ago.
Apple gives Tim Cook 1 million shares
(AP) -- Apple has given Tim Cook 1 million shares of restricted stock as he takes over as reins of the company from Steve Jobs. At current prices, the stock package is worth more than $383 million.
Worry more about Irene's water than storm's wind
(AP) -- Forget the wind and fury. Hurricane Irene's most worrisome weapon is water.
Hurd, Ellison pay valued at more than $77M each
(AP) -- Mark Hurd may get his $100 million payday after all.
Done deal: Facebook kills off Groupon competitor
(AP) -- Facebook is ending its Deals program, which offered the site's 750 million users discounts similar to those offered by daily deals site Groupon.
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