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Internet service providers in Europe are charging wildly inconsistent prices for broadband connections, leaving customers confused and shortchanged, according to research released Tuesday by the European Commission.
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd may be making its debut on Wall Street later this summer, but it's certainly no stranger to the investors of Silicon Valley.
A common design problem in the US air traffic control system made it possible for a U-2 spy plane to spark a computer glitch that recently grounded or delayed hundreds of Los Angeles area flights, according to an inside account and security experts.
Alibaba is taking a tougher line against counterfeit items sold on its online marketplaces as the Chinese e-commerce giant heads towards a US stock listing that could be the world's biggest technology company IPO.
US online giant eBay announced Thursday the launch of Spanish and Portuguese versions of its popular auction and shopping website, hoping to boost its presence in growing Latin American markets.
A year after Edward Snowden exposed the National Security Agency's mass surveillance programmes, the major US technology companies suffering from the fallout are uniting to shore up their defences against government intrusion.