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Online anonymity icon dislikes Facebook model

b>TEXAS/b>: The founder of Internet anonymity haven 4chan thinks Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is mistaken when it comes to online identities.

AOL cuts 900 jobs worldwide

b>NEW YORK:/bAOL will slash 900 jobs worldwide, or nearly 20% of its work force, partly to eliminate overlap that stems from its recent purchase of i>The Huffington Post/i>.

Google working to restore lost messages

b>NEW YORK/b>: Google Inc has restored e-mail service and messages to some of the users who had found their old e-mails deleted on Sunday.

The Internet is running out of IP addresses

b>NEW YORK:/bWith everything from smartphones to Internet-linked appliances and cars getting online, the group entrusted with organising the Web is running out of the 'IP' numbers that identify destinations for digital traffic.

AMD chief resigns as company seeks growth

b>NEW YORK:/bChipmaker AMD Inc CEO Dirk Meyer, 49, has resigned so that the company can try to grow more quickly. The company describes the resignation as 'mutual.'

Tablets chase the iPad’s tail

b>LAS VEGAS:/bBig Tablets and small Tablets, white ones and black ones. Cheap ones and expensive ones. Brand names famous and obscure at the starting line of a race where the iPad is already a speeding dot near the horizon.

New chips help PCs compete with Tablets

b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: Semiconductor companies are whipping up a new generation of chips to bring richer video and better battery life to PCs and help the machines hold off threats from Tablets and increasingly powerful smartphones.

CES to bring fiercer competition to iPad

b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: Apple Inc's popular iPad is getting its strongest competition thus far as consumer-electronics manufacturers unveil Tablet computers with bigger screens, front-facing cameras for video chatting and more.

Beatles’ songs are finally available on iTunes

b>LOS ANGELES:/bNearly 50 years after the Beatles took television by storm, the Fab Four's songs are now available on iTunes, setting the stage for a possible new outbreak of Beatlemania - this one online.

E-mail secondary as Facebook revamps messaging

b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: Facebook is betting that one day soon, we'll all be acting like high school students - more texting and instant-messaging, at the expense of e-mail.