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22 May 2013 : US online giant Amazon has unveiled plans for a futuristic greenhouse style headquarters "where employees can work and socialize in a more natural, park-like setting."
22 May 2013 : American teenagers are sharing more information about themselves on social media sites, but taking steps to protect their privacy online, a study showed Tuesday.
28 Mar 2013 : Hewlett-Packard (HP), the world's biggest computer maker, plans to launch Android-based consumer tablets in Thailand to capitalise on the high-growth segment and boost revenue.
27 Mar 2013 : Britain's top-selling newspaper The Sun, owned by Rupert Murdoch, is to start charging readers for access to its website, a spokeswoman confirmed on Wednesday.
27 Mar 2013 : The largest known distributed-denial-of-service (DDoS) attack in the history of the internet is currently slowing down the Net worldwide.
27 Mar 2013 : Apple appeared in a Shanghai court on Wednesday, accused by a Chinese firm of copying software used for the "Siri" personal assistant on its hugely popular iPhones.
27 Mar 2013 : Like many British teenagers, Nick D'Aloisio has a hole in the knee of his jeans and gets in trouble when his bedroom is untidy. Unlike most, the 17-year-old has just sold an app to Yahoo! for tens of millions of pounds.
27 Mar 2013 : Tablet computers fueled growth in 2012 in the market for "smart connected devices," which crossed the threshold of one billion units for the first time, a study showed Tuesday.
27 Mar 2013 : A new edition of the dystopian "BioShock" shooter videogame released Tuesday puts Americanism in the crosshairs, taking on taboo topics including slavery and racism.
27 Mar 2013 : Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg is helping form a group to lobby for US political reform in areas such as education and immigration policy, according to US media reports spreading online.
27 Mar 2013 : Microsoft is developing natural language understanding and voice recognition for its Excel spreadsheet application.
27 Mar 2013 : Facebook Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg is taking steps to improve the gaming experience by encouraging more developers to join the site after previously depending largely on Zynga Inc (ZNGA) to bring in people who want to play. The executive has spent recent years striving to win back users who initially were alienated by the sometimes intrusive ways game makers could market and distribute their wares.