Monday, October 20, 2014 As of 8:52 AM EDT
IBM will pay Santa Clara-based Globalfoundries $1.5 billion to take money losing chip unit off its hand.
Chris Christie Officials Delay $100M Subsidy To GOP Donor
Apple iPad's Next Competitor: iPhone 6 Plus
Amazon Plans Stores In San Francisco, Sacramento In Addition To NYC
Ebola Panic Now The New Normal
How Apple Is Hurting Finland's Economy
Nina Pham Identified As Dallas Ebola Nurse
Turkey's Political Games Undermine US Efforts In Syria
ISIS Suicide Attacks Target Iraqi Kurdish Security Forces
Former NSA Director Invested In Several Surveillance Firms
Apple, AT&T And Verizon Begin Taking Preorders For New iPads
Apple will start shipping the iPads later next week, with estimated delivery times for both new tablets listed as two to four business days.
Snapchat Plunges Into Ads 'To Make Money'
Snapchat ads, which will not appear in users’ personal communications, will be removed after 24 hours or after they are watched.
IBM To Pay Globalfoundries $1.5B To Take Over Chip Unit
IBM’s CEO Ginni Rometty reportedly struck the deal with Globalfoundries after months of talks between the companies.
Samsung White Takes 'League Of Legends' Victory
Saturday's 'League of Legends' world championship came to a close Saturday, with Samsung white taking home $1 million in prize money.
What To Expect When Google Reports Earnings Tonight
Analysts are calling for $13.22 billion in revenue and an EPS of $6.33.
Origin Of Sexual Intercourse Linked To Ancient Scottish Fish
The new study is also expected to make a significant contribution to an ongoing debate about placoderms’ place in evolutionary history.
Images From The iPhone 6, Apple Watch Presentation
Apple unveiled the long-rumored Apple Watch and a new iPhone. Here are the photos.
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