Google Confronts Penalty For Hacking Apple's Safari Browser

Google Google is discussing with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) over how big a penalty it will have to pay for its violation of Apple's Safari web browser, a source acquainted with the matter.

Satellite imagery company GeoEye Inc offered to get hold of competitor DigitalGlobe Inc (DGI.N) for $792 million in cash and stock after merger meeting directed at unleashing "sizeable" synergies between the two companies broke down.

Freezing fertilized eggs considerably lessens the possibility of birth shortcomings in assisted reproduction, a novel research has shown. Boffins at the University of Adelaide's Robinson Institute have keyed out risks of major congenital abnormalities linked with different kinds of assisted reproductive technology (ART).

Britney Wants Demi Lovato For X Factor

Britney Spears As per reports, Britney Spears is hoping that Demi Lovato will sign up as a judge for X Factor. Britney is said to have decided a contract to join the judging board of the US edition of the TV talent show, with a declaration expected shortly.

Facebook has set the share price for its forthcoming initial public offering (IPO) at between $28 and $35 a share, valuing the firm at between $85bn-$95bn (£52bn-£59bn).

Samsung and Pantech set their cards on the table, and now it is time for LG: the third major Korean electronics maker to disclose a flagship smartphone this week.

According to recent discoveries, it has been stated that number of males diagnosed with prostate cancer are going up every year.

Filling RIM's Application Gap

Research In Motion RIM (Research In Motion) chief executive officer Thorsten Heins dismissed the notion that the firm would rid its BlackBerry gimmicks of their physical keyboards.

In a yearly review, executives positioned California as the worst region to do biz for the eighth year consecutively.

An online advertisement boasting Ashton Kutcher as an Indian male has been pulled offline after audience called it racist.

Being lethargic can help weight loss as a research detected getting nine hours a night counterbalances a genetic tendency to obesity.

FDA Sanctions J&J Antibiotic Drug To Cure, Put Off Plague

Johnson & Johnson The US Food & Drug Administration (USFDA) has given nod to an influential Johnson & Johnson antibiotic drug to take care of lethal bacterial infection known as plague.

Those who are time-poor now have another trouble to struggle with: the launch of film rentals by YouTube Australia.

Vodafone has tapped mobile services firm Mia to offer up music streaming, games and video content for Vodafone clients.

Just when we told you that the Acer Iconia Tab A100 got its Android 4.0 update, we’ve heard that the company’s 10-incher, Iconia Tab A500, got the same treatment, too.

Starbucks Profit Remains Up

Starbucks Corp Starbucks Corp., the globe's biggest coffee-shop chain, declined 5% in late trading after registering second-quarter same-store sales, which trailed analysts' estimations amid feebler demand in the European market.

Amazon Inc. has registered first-quarter profits on Thursday that blew by analysts' approximations and caused the firm's stock to jump in extended trading.

Nadya Suleman said that there's a perfectly logical explanation for why California child welfare functionaries probed her home on Tuesday night: She and her 14 children were "set up."

It has been disclosed that strawberries might be really helpful in decelerating the mental wellbeing decline in the body.

Megan Fox Is Pregnant; Avocado Oil Has Anti-Ageing Properties

Megan Fox Megan Fox is expecting her first kid with loving hubby Brian Austin Green.

Intel has been pretty vocal regarding its strategies to shake up the laptop computer market with the introduction of its thin-and-light Ultrabooks. Don't look now, but the chip maker is also calmly promoting all-in-one PC blueprints, which could have a similar impact on the traditionalistic desktop space.

Netflix's first-quarter financials came in better than projected after a depressing last year, but it wasn't sufficient for stockowners to neglect a feeble revenue viewpoint.

Scientists have disclosed that avocado oil may have anti-ageing benfits like those accredited to olive oil.

Honeywell International Net Surges In First Qtr

Honeywell International Inc Honeywell International Inc., the manufacturer of products from flight controls to work boots, lifted up its 2012 estimation after recording quarterly profit, which beat analysts’ projection on demand for aircraft parts and energy technology.

Halle Berry said goodbye to her elfin-style crop. The leading lady of "Frankie and Alice" is giving herself a novel look with shoulder-length curly hair extensions.

The Canterbury District Health Board (CDHB) has decided to fund whooping cough (pertussis) immunization for pregnant females and moms of newborn babies.

Acer Iconia Tab A510 In Market; Buffett Has Prostate Cancer

Acer Acer’s newest effort to strike Android tablet gold is now reaching to the final users.

Warren Buffett has been detected with early-stage prostate cancer, he told his company's stockholders in an open note on April 17.

Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer are expecting their first kid together this fall, the actress’s representative confirmed the news.

As per a new research, fast food may often be high in salt, but the accurate intensities seem to differ based on the country you reside in.

Best Buy Shutting Down 42 Stores

Best Buy Best Buy is shutting down around 50 stores in the United States, comprising its Fayetteville store at 128 Pavilion Pkwy and its Loganville locality at 4014 Atlanta Hwy.

As per reports, Temasek Holdings got hold of 3.55 billion Hong Kong listed scrips of Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd. for about $2.3 billion from Goldman Sachs Group Inc.

For the last year and half, search giant Google has been part of a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) investigation regarding private data the company gathered as part of its Street View trait.

The 70-year-old actor, Ryan O'Neal, has disclosed that the medical doctors have found stage IV cancer in his prostate.

Sony To Axe 10,000 Jobs; Britney All Set To Judge ‘X Factor’

Sony Sony said that it will slash 10,000 jobs or around 6% of its global staff, and turn around its money-losing TV biz with the aim to come back to profit after four years of red ink.

Bank of America Corp. (BAC) is realigning its biz sections to reflect a regenerated focus simplifying the banking institution and to better sell a variety of products directed at the same clients.

Britney Spears and Simon Cowell are about to become TV's next commanding pair. The pop diva is near to signing a big-bucks contract to turn judge on X Factor.

Recently, the Ontario medicos have lifted up fears over the codeine-laced
pain pills. The physicians have observed that codeine-laced pain pills can lead to grave health complication to children and could cause death.


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