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US satellite television provider Dish Network said on Tuesday it has dropped plans to submit a revised bid for Sprint Nextel, paving the way for a rival offer from Japan's SoftBank.
Morning! Here's the overnight news.
Google is challenging the government's gag order on data requests from the NSA.
People stampeded Twitter on Tuesday to laugh, joke and shake their fists at Facebook.
Facebook suffered a mysterious outage that affected users all over the world for a few hours.
Apple is working on code that would make LinkedIn easier to use on iPhones and iPads, according to 9to5Mac's Mark Gurman.
An insurance company in Guatemala is suing Microsoft for allegedly raiding its offices with armed police officers to search for pirated software.
Every once in a while we talk to someone with some misconceptions about the iPhone and what it can do.
It's not just about making good stuff, it's about the presentation.
While electronics stores like Best Buy struggle, Apple Stores are on a roll, with new locations popping up all the time.
Alex Schiff, 22, founded Fetchnotes — a note-taking app that uses hashtags as an organizational tool — while still in school at the University of Michigan.
Cloudera is one of the most watched big data startups in the Valley and it just took another step towards an IPO by hiring Tom Reilly as its new CEO.