With the looming fiscal cliff, these tech companies could announce one-time payments before the end of 2012.
A fake press release about buying ICOA didn't pan out. But Google is still marching ahead with plans for more pervasive Wi-Fi as a way around Verizon and AT&T.
With so many new devices released in 2012, the industry must find a balance between satisfying demand and over-saturation.
Although manufacturing partners will still build most Windows machines, the company appears ready to expand its own hardware line.
The Fed may be forced to purchase more assets to avoid going over the fiscal cliff.
The cellphone maker was responsible for $527 million in losses in the tech titan's most-recent quarter, more than triple its amount from the same quarter last year.
President Obama is set to speak on the subject.
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