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Apple, responding to a hacker group’s claim that the group stole 12 million Apple device identification numbers from an FBI laptop, denied Wednesday providing such a list to the agency.
U.S. stock prices are closing mixed, held in check by a warning from the huge package delivery company FedEx that its profits would be hurt because of a slowdown in the global economy.
Porsche has given its 2013 Boxster S more power and a bigger price tag, but at least the car also looks expensive.
Porsche has a new roadster out, the 2013 Boxster S. It’s faster, more handsome and more practical than ever before, yada yada yada, they always are. But try this on for size: You can now spend around $ 90,000 on one.
The new versions of smartphones by Nokia and Motorola Mobility take aim at Apple’s iPhone and Samsung’s Galaxy S III.
Nokia and Motorola Mobility, both struggling to make headway against Apple’s iPhone and Samsung’s Galaxy S III, unveiled several new versions of their smartphones that they hope can chip away at the industry leaders.
Nokia didn’t say it, but the Lumia 920’s screen is more Retina than the iPhone 4S.
WASHINGTON — A lack of economic stability highlighted by a soaring national debt, combined with a lack of trust in government by the business community, helped drop the U.S. two notches to seventh in a ranking of national global competitiveness.
Auto sales surged in August as consumers reacted to higher gas prices by snapping up fuel-efficient cars and small SUVs.
Auto sales surged in August as consumers reacted to higher gas prices by snapping up fuel-efficient cars and small sport utility vehicles.