Tuesday, July 29, 2014 As of 3:05 AM EDT
Microsoft Corporation shares fell over 1 percent on Monday after a report said the Chinese government made a surprise visit to its offices.
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With Dollar Tree-Family Dollar merger, consumers could see even bigger discounts.
Hype For Fire Phone At AT&T Stores, But iPhone 6 Casts Shadow
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Government Investigation Is Microsoft's Latest China Problem
The company has endured a rocky relationship with Beijing, but that doesn't mean it will disengage from the Chinese market.
'Hawaii Five-O' Star Masi Oka Has A New Mobile Game Out, 'Our Superhero'
Actor Masi Oka, 39 recently launched Mobius Digital. The company's first game, 'Our Superhero,' is now available on iTunes.
Mob Kills Woman, Girls Over Facebook Post In Pakistan
Human rights workers say the country’s blasphemy law is increasingly being used to persecute members of minority communities.
Twitter Takes Aim At Sarah Palin Channel
Sarah Palin created her own channel to speak her mind, and Twitter responded with #PalinTVShow memes.
Asteroid That Wiped Out Dinosaurs Could Not Have Come At A Worse Time: Study
Dinosaurs may have survived the killer asteroid strike if it had occurred slightly earlier or later in the planet's history, scientists say.
CES 2014: History Of International CES From 1967 To Present In Photos
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