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Facebook's Instagram mobile photo service is expanding its advertising business beyond the United States and will begin showing ads to users in Britain, Canada and Australia, the company said on Monday.
Facebook said on Monday that David Marcus, president of PayPal, was joining Facebook to lead the company's efforts in mobile messaging.
Hewlett-Packard is taking on IBM in supercomputers, with the introduction of two new computer server products under the new Apollo brand name.
Electronic Arts (EA) CEO Andrew Wilson came on stage during the press conference at E3 to preview some of the games and technologies that the company is bringing to next generation consoles soon.
Microsoft kicked off the E3 game show today in Los Angeles and its press presentation was all about games, with previews given for titles coming this year and in 2015.
Motorola has just introduced a 64GB variant of the Moto X smartphone, priced at $449 without a contract.
While the number of Internet users globally is expected to soon pass three billion, there are still significant challenges that must be addressed in order to ensure that the world?s population is connected to the Internet, according to a report.
Smart TVs can be hijacked throug the broadcast signals they receive, security experts warn.
Chinese ZTE Corp.today outlined at its Global Analysts Conferenc the company's new strategic plans to synthesize its assets in telecommunications, enterprise ICT and terminal devices.
Sony has overtaken Nintendo for the first time in eight years,based on the total number of game consoles sold.
Five Samsung smartphones and tablet PCs have been given the green light from the U.S. Defense Information Systems Agency, allowing them to be listed as an option for officials.
Toyota Motor Corp. and Panasonic Corp. are jointly developing a service that links cars with home appliances, set for launch as soon as the second half of this year.

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