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Woods battles to share of US Open lead


Tiger Woods wrested an even-par 70 from an unforgiving Olympic Club course on Friday to seize a share of the US Open second-round lead alongside Jim Furyk and David Toms.

On a day when the testing co

Tiger back in the hunt, Thompson leads U.S. Open


The electricity was back as Tiger Woods moved into once familiar territory on Thursday, clawing his way into contention with a one-under-par 69 in tough scoring conditions to lie three shots off the U

Former Microsoft nerds crack bra code


Two former Microsoft nerds - Aarthi Ramamurthy and Michelle Lam - have now devised an algorithm that promises to help women find the perfect bra.

The two are the brain behind online-lingerie retailer

Facebook shares plumb new depths, valuation questioned


Facebook Inc shares slid below $29 to a new low on Tuesday as nervous investors fled the company's shares, concerned about the social network's long-term business prospects and an initial offering pri

Hewlett-Packard to slash 27,000 jobs by 2014


US computer giant Hewlett-Packard said on Wednesday it plans to cut 27,000 jobs, or eight per cent of its global workforce, by 2014 in a major restructuring effort.

The world's biggest personal compu

No truce in Apple-Samsung patent war


Two days of court-directed peace talks between the chiefs of iPhone-maker Apple and smartphone giant Samsung ended with no sign of a truce in the legal battle headed for court in Silicon Valley.


Former Yahoo! executive charged with insider trading


US regulators on Monday announced that a former Yahoo! executive has agreed to plead guilty in an insider trading scheme that involved leaking word of the Internet search giant's pact with Microsoft.

Google completes takeover of Motorola Mobility


Google on Tuesday finalised its $12.5 billion deal for Motorola Mobility, a key manufacturer of smartphones and other devices which puts the Internet giant in head-to-head competition with Apple.


Zuckerberg's post-IPO wedding is smart legal move


Getting married was a smart business move as well as a personal milestone for Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg, with the timing of the wedding, the day after the company's initial public offering, poten

Facebook fizzles on debut, shares skirt IPO price

Facebook Inc. shares fizzled on their first day of trade on the Nasdaq, erasing early gains of as much as 18 per cent to trade close to their initial public offering price.

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