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Counterfeiter Tricks of the Trade: How Fake Goods Might Get Past Inspectors
U.S. Customs and Border Protection and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement are inspecting suspicious boxes pulled off of planes, trains and cargo ships at several secret locations all over the country. Inside some of these boxes are countless counterfeit goods, and it’s the agents’ jobs to
Sony Mobile to Lay Off 1,000 Employees
By Tina Trinh (@TinaTrinhNYC) Sony Mobile Communications announced today that it plans to lay off 15 percent of its workforce, approximately 1,000 employees, by 2014. The decision will mainly affect employees stationed at Sony Mobile’s headquarters in Lund, Sweden. In October, the division’s ...
20 Top Sports Meltdowns
Usually admired for their muscle control, athletes occasionally lose control of their mouths and fists. "20/20" has compiled a list of the most magnificent meltdowns and melees: basketball players becoming boxers, baseball players becoming wrestlers, and more. Angry athletes have turned tennis
Antitrust questions could dog Google-Motorola Mobility deal
Already under investigation by regulators in the U.S. and Europe, Google likely will have to quell a couple of tricky antitrust questions as part of completing the $12.5 billion acquisition of Motorola Mobility, antitrust experts say. One set of challenges could come from the top makers of Google
Tech Acronym You Must Know: 'NFC'
Daniel Sieberg explains what important term "NFC" stands for in "Acronym Soup."
Apple's got its eye on mobile games
In the eye of the typical beholder, Apple's iPhone is simply a popular device, great for fun, on-the-go applications — and phone calls. But mobile-game publisher Neil Young sees the iPhone as a catalyst for a revolution in entertainment that's beginning to spread from mobile devices to the home.
Governments, businesses, people caught in hacker crossfire
Collateral damage to governments, businesses and consumers caught in the crossfire of an unprecedented surge of Internet hacktivism is starting to mount. Late last week, the upstart hacking group LulzSec announced that it had cracked the Arizona Department of Public Safety's web site to protest a
TechBytes: Verizon Expected to Roll Out Tiered Data Plans
In today's TechBytes, Verizon is changing how it charges. It's phasing out one-price mobile Internet plans. Starting next month, new customers will get charged according to how much data they use. It's unclear how this will affect current customers, who are using 104 million devices. Lytro Camera
New Charging Plan for Verizon
In today's tech Verizon is changing how it charges. It's phasing out one price mobile Internet plans starting next month new customers will get charged according to how much data they use. It's unclear how this will affect current customers who are using 104 million devices. a brand new approach to
Product's green-ness often in eye of the beholder
Ask most people buying computers, TVs, wireless phones and other electronics gear if they'd like to be more environmentally responsible when making such purchases, and they will almost certainly say yes. But if you ask how they plan to go green, many won't have a clear answer. It's no wonder.