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Struggling Yahoo! sees profit rise in upbeat quarter


Struggling Internet pioneer Yahoo! on Tuesday saw its faltering stock price bolstered by news that its profit climbed 28 percent in the first three months of the year.

The California-based firm repor

Take online tour of heritage sites

History and heritage lovers from TN who do not have the time or resources to visit all historical monumental and heritage sites in the state would soon be able to tour these places virtually.

The sta

Objectionable content: Court reprieve for Google, YouTube

A court on Thursday permitted the deletion of Google and YouTube from a list of websites sought to be prosecuted for allegedly posting objectionable content on their sites.

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'Texts from Hillary' creators meet Clinton


The creators of 'Texts from Hillary', a spoof blog featuring photos of a sunglasses-sporting Hillary Clinton that quickly went viral, met the US secretary of state on Tuesday.

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'Texts from Hillary' blog sparks online buzz


A blog imagining sunglasses-sporting US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton engaged in amusing text exchanges with other politicos and celebrities has gone viral - and boosted her cool quotient.


Anonymous says it hacked Chinese government sites


China is struggling to restore several government websites that international hacking group Anonymous says it has attacked. Some of the sites were still blocked on Thursday, with error messages shown.

Gun smuggling in China via express delivery, internet

Authorities in China say arms traffickers are opting for internet and express delivery networks to smuggle contraband into the country following stricter police vigilance at border checkpoints.


Yahoo to cut 2,000 jobs


Internet giant Yahoo is planning to axe up to 2,000 jobs as early as Thursday, it has been reported.

The layoffs will happen across the company and the report indicates that the company's product div

Britain set for sweeping Internet, phone monitoring


Britain is to allow one of its intelligence agencies to monitor all phone calls, texts, emails and online activities in the country to help tackle crime and militant attacks, the Interior Ministry sai

Catholic school punishes Filipina over Facebook 'bikini' pic

A Philippine teenager is suing her exclusive Catholic girls school after it punished the student for posting a Facebook picture of herself reportedly in a bikini, a court said Wednesday.

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