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BOSTON (AP) — Cable TV companies are trying to give their customers another reason not to cancel their service: better access to Wi-Fi hotspots.
BOSTON (AP) — A former Boston University student who was ordered to pay $675,000 for illegally downloading and sharing 30 songs on the Internet says he will continue fighting the penalty, despite the Supreme Court's refusal to hear his appeal.
More medical students may see the addition of mobile devices to preclinical education.
NEW YORK (AP) — Facebook Inc. stock has dropped below the initial public stock offering price in premarket trading Monday, an inauspicious start to the company's first full week of trading after its market debut Friday suffered some hiccups.
Educators take technology into their own hands, using classroom insight to create educational apps.
BEIJING (AP) — A Chinese conglomerate announced Monday it will buy a major U.S. cinema chain, AMC Entertainment Holdings, for $2.6 billion in China's biggest takeover of an American company to date.
NEW YORK (AP) — Broadcast television networks are determined to make you laugh.
NEW YORK (AP) — Tens of thousands of ultra-Orthodox Jewish men attended a rally Sunday at the New York Mets' stadium on the dangers of the Internet and how to use modern technology in a religiously responsible way.
NEW YORK (AP) — The CEO of the Nasdaq stock exchange says it is "humbly embarrassed" by its bungling of Facebook's hugely anticipated debut as a public company on Friday.
EDITOR'S NOTE — Facebook began selling stock to the public Friday in the most talked-about market debut in years. The stock closed 23 cents above its initial offering price, at $38.23. Two Associated Press business writers debate whether the stock is a smart buy.