The social networking behemoth is preparing to launch the largest Internet IPO in history, but some investors are starting to doubt the hype.
In another blockbuster deal, the social network has agreed to pay $550 million for hundreds of licenses once owned by AOL.
The company faces a slew of legal and commercial repercussions in the wake of a report alleging that its Mexican unit paid $24 million in bribes to local officials.
The tech giant's next handset reportedly boasts plenty of new goodies.
The telecom falters in the competitive smartphone market, and some analysts are predicting a bleak future.
Cupertino may have met its match in Intel's new Letexo Ultrabook, which operates as both a super-thin notebook computer and a touch-screen tablet.
The Swedish retailer has unveiled an all-in-one television that comes with a Blu-ray player, universal remote and storage options -- basically a TV buyer's dream.
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