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Verizon's online video service revenue may depend on ads: CFO

New apps to help business get in step with mobile customers

Clean-Up Follows Deadly Weather in Okla.

New Samsung, HTC phones coming April 10 in US

Battle for African Internet users stirs freedom fears

US drillers scrambling to thwart OPEC threat

Facebook's Messenger app adding more ways to connect

After US airstrikes, Iraq troops start final push for Tikrit

US sees opportunity in Iran's pullback in Iraq

Ted Cruz seeks to enlist U.S. Christians for 2016 White House bid

1 person killed when tornadoes hit Oklahoma, Arkansas

The Latest: Germanwings forced to cancel 7 flights

Thousands flee Colo. wildfire 92 homes destroyed

Yahoo's 1Q earnings surge while revenue sags

Carnival says it will pay US for disabled ships

AP PHOTOS: Where your online data get stored

Visa card use up but 2Q profit slips nearly 2 pct

Hagel tours new Navy combat vessel

Amazon to make 2 original comedies, 3 kids shows

Facebook barges into Google turf with Home

Online translation on the rise, changing lives

US to beef up missile defense against NKorea

Tweets, pics give real-time peek into North Korea

Telecom CEOs: US regulators better than Europe

Uncle Sam Might Want Women, Too

NASCAR's big names take time to find right sponsor

Google adds new touch to line of Chrome laptops

Wal-Mart expands test of mobile checkout program

T-Mobile gets rid of contracts for cellphones

Staples 4Q hit by charges, forecast misses view

As middle class grows, global brands hit Nigeria

Navy Unveils Ship for Speedy Troop Transport

Mo. bill seeks to improve energy infrastructure

Apple's new iPhones simultaneously aim high, low

Insight - How freewheeling Twitter became a money-spinning juggernaut

Attorney for shooting suspect's family: "Of course they're shocked"

Hedge funds plan to sue Vodafone for better Kabel Deutschland terms -...

Interrupted, 30-year vigil resumes at White House

Vodafone has 76.48 percent of Kabel Deutschland shares

T-Mobile to eliminate international data fees

Few options for Brazil leader in face of protests

T-Mobile to allow frequent phone upgrades for fee

AT&T to buy Leap Wireless for about $1.2 billion

US employers add 162K jobs rate falls to 7.4 pct.

Waze could lead way to Israeli Internet growth

Report: France operates PRISM-like spy network

S. Calif. wildfire forces more evacuations

Tech Tips: New phone upgrade plans akin to renting

Review: Price for simplicity in new Google phones

LinkedIn's 2Q impresses Street, stock climbs

Unions get creative to halt decline in membership

Review: Button location sets LG's G2 apart

Solid October ends with a dip

Relief rally sends S&ampP 500 to record