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A special exemption on principal reduction and other aid from banks, in place since 2007, is set to expire at year’s end. Some lawmakers are seeking an extension.
WASHINGTON — Struggling homeowners who obtain reductions in their mortgage debt face a new obstacle starting next year — a bill for taxes on that aid.
Nokia’s upcoming Lumia 920 smartphone has a technology that’s supposed to stabilize video. An ad contrasting shaky and stable images was not shot with the phone, Nokia admits.
An ad for a new Nokia Corp. smartphone shows off the device’s amazing ability to stabilize a video shot under rocky conditions.
The CEO of a Poway company says there is still much work to do to make electric trucks a viable alternative to those that run on gasoline or natural gas.
Building an electric car is one thing. But move too fast in developing a heavy-duty electric cargo truck and bad things happen, according to the head of Southern California company that is trying to succeed where others have failed before.
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.