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Facebook At Work is supposedly in development.
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The music industry is a total mess.
Walmart will soon begin taking your used games for credit.
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The company is biding its time before taking the first step.
Looks like Dell is trying to free up some cash.
This is according to a Washington Post poll.
Sources say HP is trying to sell its mobile patents, including webOS.
Nintendo is no longer producing Wii consoles.
His last day will be in February 2014.
Apple's got another fashion guru on board and this one is going to lead retail.
Microsoft's board of directors will likely re-elect Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer next month despite activist investors.
Three investors want Gates out as chairman of the board, and are making waves.
The two Shihs talk about a possible merger of Asus and Acer.
There's talk that a special Microsoft committee is eying Ford Motor Company CEO Alan Mulally and Computer Sciences Corp CEO Mike Lawrie.
Mark Zuckerberg takes the stage at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference.
Blizzards really needs an in-game store to boost revenue.