Facebook and Microsoft battle child porn

Facebook and Microsoft on Friday formally unveiled an alliance to ferret out child porn and those that share such images at the world's leading online social network.

Google stops digitizing old newspapers

Google on Friday had stopped digitizing old newspapers as publishers sought to make money off story archives instead of having them hosted free online.

'Miracle on the Hudson' plane preps for final trip

(AP) -- The trays of food that never got served have been removed, along with some of the seat cushions and the mold from dried river mud. Aside from that, the damaged Airbus A320 jet is largely frozen in time from the day ...

Astronauts inspect gouge on space shuttle's belly

(AP) -- Space shuttle Endeavour's astronauts took a close, detailed look at a small gash in the belly of their ship Saturday, to ensure their safety when they return to Earth in 1 1/2 weeks.

Malone's Barnes & Noble bid a bet on the Nook

Why buy a bookstore? John Malone, who made a fortune in cable television, is offering $1 billion for Barnes & Noble - trying to jump into a business so sick that its No. 2 competitor, Borders Group Inc., is on life support.

Sony faces another hack attack

Another unit of Sony Corp. has come under attack from hackers - this time a mobile Internet service provider in Japan called So-net Entertainment Corp.

2 killed in explosion at China electronics plant

(AP) -- Two people died in an explosion at a factory in southwestern China belonging to electronics maker Foxconn Technology Group, a company official and state media reported.

Apple nears music deal with labels

Apple Inc. is close to securing deals with all four major recording companies on a music service that will allow users to stream songs stored on remote computer servers, presumably to an array of portable Apple-made devices, ...

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