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Ex-McAfee Execs Start Security Firm, CrowdStrike

Two executives who left security software maker McAfee after Intel Corp bought the company last year have started a firm that is developing technology to help corporations and government agencies track down elusive hackers.

Nightline Tours Apple’s Foxconn Factory in China: 10 Things We Learned

In recent weeks, Apple has received increasing scrutiny over the working conditions within the factories that produce its highly profitable products like the iPad and MacBook. In an ABC exclusive that aired Feb. 21, Nightline was permitted to tour Apple's largest manufacturer, Foxconn, at its facilities in Shenzhen, China.

Apple’s Annual Meeting: 3 Things to Watch

Apple, the world’s most valuable company, is scheduled to convene its annual shareholder meeting Thursday at its headquarters in Cupertino, Calif.Here are three ket items to watch for.

Apple OS X Mountain Lion: Top 10 Features and All You Need to Know [VIDEO]

The release of Mountain Lion (10.8), the new version of Mac OS X announced by Apple Thursday, brought an end to the seven-months-old lifespan of OS X 10.7 Lion. Apple claims the ninth major release of the desktop operating system brings popular apps and features from iPad to the Mac and accelerates the pace of OS X innovation. Let's explore all these.

Google Wallet Has Security Risk: Researchers

Security researchers said they found vulnerability in the Google Inc mobile payments platform which is currently available in phones sold by Sprint Nextel Corp. They said that Google Wallet has security risk.

Apple MacBook Pro: Outselling All, Will Be Redesigned Anyway

It's hard to sift through the rumors circulating about Apple products, but Apple Insider, a company dedicated to doing just that, is reporting on that people familiar with Apple's roadmap have some big news coming from the Cupertino-based company: The Macbook Pro will be radically redesigned by the end of this year.

Intel Settles NY Antitrust Case for $6.5 Million

Intel Corp agreed to pay $6.5 million to resolve an antitrust lawsuit in which New York's attorney general accused the world's largest chipmaker of threatening computer makers and paying billions of dollars of kickbacks to maintain its market dominance.

Intel Settles N.Y. Antitrust Case for Just $6.5M

Intel Corp agreed to pay just $6.5 million to resolve an antitrust lawsuit by New York's attorney general that accused the world's largest chipmaker of threatening computer makers and paying billions of dollars of kickbacks to maintain its market dominance.

Microsoft Windows 8 to Kill Familiar Start Button

For the past two decades, Microsoft Windows users have relied on the highly recognizable start button to find all their programs and documents. When Windows 8 launches, maybe by the end of 2012, Microsoft will kill the start button.

Micron CEO Dies in Plane Crash, Industry Stunned

Micron Technology Inc Chief Executive and Chairman Steve Appleton died in a small plane crash on Friday, a major loss for a U.S. memory chipmaker already struggling with sluggish computer sales and declining prices.

Micron CEO dies in plane crash, industry stunned

BOISE, Idaho/SAN FRANCISCO, Feb 3 - Micron Technology Inc Chief Executive and Chairman Steve Appleton died in a small plane crash on Friday, a major loss for a U.S. memory chipmaker already struggling with sluggish computer sales and declining prices.

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