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TV-over-Internet service Aereo seeks Chapter 11

Sanofi touts new drugs but diabetes outlook disappoints

Not that hard for authorities to get to your email

HP, Dell: PC makers in desperate need of a reboot

HP, Dell: PC makers in desperate need of a reboot

Analysis - Despite fears, NSA revelations helping U.S. tech industry

Insight - Batista's Brazilian empire was sunk by more than hubris

Insight - Verizon, Vodafone CEOs talked in gym, agreed on price at...

Google's 'Hummingbird' hatches new search formula

China's ambitious handset makers face tough sell in U.S.

Lenovo defies PC slump with 35 percent profit jump

Obama climate change push draws industry criticism

Cause of deadly Philly collapse sought suit filed

Flossie downgraded from storm Hawaii rainy, windy

Tech giants tell US: limit spying

Investigators probe jet's crash into sea in Bali

Lead narrows for Chavez heir amid crime, shortages

Amid investigation, coal exports at record levels

3 die in spring storm packing ice, snow, tornadoes

Wachowskis to make sci-fi series for Netflix

INFLUENCE GAME: Congress quiet on Dreamliner woes

Ahead of the Bell: Oracle's 3Q provides tech gauge

Amazon is about to jump into smartphones

Court: Religious rights trump birth control rule

Big broadcasters vanquish upstart Aereo at U.S. Supreme Court

Amazon's eroding tax advantage, bid to sustain growth in focus

Music labels follow movie studios in suing Megaupload

High court to hear dispute about TV over Internet

CSX train carrying oil derails into Virginia river

Abortion fight haunts top court hearing on healthcare

Web storage provider Box unwraps IPO seeking $250M

From potatoes to copper, Montana lawyer is hottest courtroom commodity

Spacewalking astronauts release baby satellite

Silicon Valley builds up in Microsoft's backyard

Alibaba opens fifth data centre for public cloud business

US seeks to reverse Apple-Google decisions to lock mobile data

Japan futures sink on Yen as Hong Kong resumes, copper climbs

Inside hackers seen as $40 billion threat for US employers

Snapchat blames third-party apps for any leaked photos