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26 May 2013 : Cyber hackers attacked several official Saudi websites on Saturday, posting an Algerian flag on their homepages that later vanished, local media reported.
25 May 2013 : Google has become deeply involved in a series of projects to build and operate wireless networks in emerging markets including sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia, a report said Friday.
01 May 2013 : Technology giant Apple confirmed Wednesday it sold $17 billion in bonds in the biggest corporate debt issue ever.
01 May 2013 : When Google launched its social networking service, Google Plus, during the summer of 2011, tens of millions of people clamoured to sign up for an account.
01 May 2013 : Take all the comments expressed on Twitter, crunch them with an analytics program and you can get a sense of the mood of a city, state or country.
01 May 2013 : New mom and Yahoo! chief Marissa Mayer has added gifts for babies, puppies and kittens to employee perks as part of a campaign to bolster morale, the pioneering Internet firm confirmed on Tuesday.
01 May 2013 : The technology team behind US President Barack Obama's successful re-election campaign joined a star-studded list of Webby Award winners honored Tuesday for "Internet excellence."
01 May 2013 : Ubisoft on Tuesday unleashed a wacky take on action title "Far Cry," illustrating how the low production costs of mobile-ready spin-offs allow videogame giants to show off their playful side.
01 May 2013 : A bond offering from Apple expected to be priced later today will be one of the largest ever for a US company, according to leading financial newspapers Tuesday.
01 May 2013 : British and Irish tour manager Andy Irvine said on Tuesday that there will be a social media protocol in place when the squad tour Australia in June.
01 May 2013 : Jason Collins said he was overwhelmed by the backing he has received -- including from President Barack Obama -- after the NBA center became the first major US professional team sport athlete to reveal he is gay.
01 May 2013 : The opportunity divide is more oppressive than the digital divide. While information technology is believed to be able to empower young people, its real benefits can only be achieved when it also unleashes future innovators and increases employability.