Broadcom settles securities class action lawsuit

(AP) -- Broadcom Corp. said Tuesday it will pay more than $160 million in cash to settle a class action investor lawsuit related to stock option backdating, but did not admit wrongdoing.

Google plans Android event in January

Google announced plans on Tuesday to hold a press event next month about its Android mobile phone operating system amid speculation the Internet giant plans to release its own smartphone.

Hacker pleads guilty in huge credit card theft case

A 28-year-old Florida man pleaded guilty on Tuesday to hacking into corporate computer networks and carrying out what US officials have described as the largest credit card theft in US history.

San Jose police mount cameras on officers' heads

(AP) -- Grainy cell phone images are often used against cops accused of using excessive violence. Now, officers are being armed with their own cameras.

New Video Reveals Secrets of Webb Telescope's MIRI (w/ Video)

(PhysOrg.com) -- It's going to take infrared eyes to see farther back in time than even the Hubble Space Telescope, and that's what the James Webb Space Telescope's MIRI or Mid-Infrared Instrument detectors will do. Now there's ...

Nokia expands patent dispute beyond Apple iPhone

(AP) -- Nokia Corp. is broadening a legal dispute it already has with Apple Inc. over the iPhone, saying almost all of the company's other products also violate the Finnish phone maker's patents.

Rare New Year's Eve 'blue moon' to ring in 2010

(AP) -- Once in a blue moon there is one on New Year's Eve. Revelers ringing in 2010 will be treated to a so-called blue moon. According to popular definition, a blue moon is the second full moon in a month. But don't expect ...

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