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  • Apple iPad 2 to debut March 2 in San Francisco, report says

     
    Apple's next generation iPad -- unoffically known as the iPad 2 -- will be unveiled on March 2 at the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco, according to a report. The Cupertino-based tech giant has sent out no invites as of yet, but the News Corp....
  • Stocks post gains in February despite oil shock

     
    Major U.S. stock indexes advanced in February for a third straight month, despite being dented last week by surging oil prices. Investors hoping for a significant pullback in equities before jumping aboard are still waiting. The market rallied modestly...
  • Judge orders letter accusing former HP CEO Mark Hurd of harassment to be unsealed

     
    A Delaware judge on Thursday ordered the unsealing of a letter which outlines allegations of sexual harassment by a marketing contractor that ultimately led to the abrupt resignation of former Hewlett-Packard Chief Executive Mark Hurd in August. Jodie...
  • HP to offer cloud computing platform

     
    Hewlett-Packard is getting into the cloud-computing business and taking on competitors Amazon and Google. The technology giant announced plans Monday for a portfolio of cloud computing capabilities from infrastructure to platform services, the company...
  • Oracle pulls out of Intel's Itanium server processor

     
    Oracle is stopping development of all of its software on Intel's Itanium software processor after concluding that "Itanium is nearing the end of its life." Starting something of a furor online, the move, announced late Tuesday, directly contradicts recent...
  • EBay to buy GSI Commerce as it competes with Amazon

     
    EBay has agreed to pay $2.4 billion for GSI Commerce, an online retail and marketing company, in a move that could better equip the online auction site in competing with Amazon. The purchase of GSI "will significantly strengthen our ability to connect...
  • Meg Whitman to join venture capital firm, report says

     
    Meg Whitman, the former eBay CEO who lost the California Governor race last November, may soon take a new job at a marquee Sillicon Valley investment firm, according to a report. Whitman is in the process of joining Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers as a...
  • HP sues former executive for alleged theft before he jumped to Oracle

     
    Hewlett-Packard is suing a former executive for allegedly stealing trade secrets before he took a job with HP rival Oracle. Filed Wednesday in Santa Clara County Superior Court, the lawsuit alleged that Adrian Jones, a former HP senior vice president........
  • Cloud computing and Internet use suck energy, emit CO2, says Greenpeace

     
    Clicking on all those viral videos, chain emails, celebrity tweets and paparazzi photos online sucks up enough energy to rank the Internet –- if it were a country -– fifth in the world for electricity use. That’s more power than......
  • Dr. Dre signs deal with Chrysler to develop automobile sound systems; 'Detox' remains without release date

     
    Nothing says "luxury hip-hop" quite like a Chrysler 300 Sedan. At least that's what Dr. Dre and one of America's most venerable automobile companies are hoping following the announcement that the man who brought you "The Chronic" will be the......
  • Hewlett-Packard moves up profit report after memo leak

     
    Tech giant Hewlett-Packard Co. said late Monday it would move up its fiscal-second-quarter earnings report to Tuesday from Wednesday. The Palo Alto company didn’t give a reason, but it’s likely a reaction to Bloomberg News’ leak of a...
  • Hewlett-Packard warning threatens already jittery tech investors

     
    Technology shares got the worst of it Monday as some investors continued to pull back from risk-taking after stocks’ phenomenal run-up of the last eight months. Hewlett-Packard Co. then dropped another bomb after the market closed, as Bloomberg News...