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Cisco's Earnings Conference Call: "Weakness" in Q4, Layoffs Coming

AT&T CEO Stephenson Defends Deal For T-Mobile From Senators

Internal Memos Show Belt-Tightening at Hewlett-Packard

The Case AT&T Will Make to Congress for the T-Mobile Deal

Apple and Google Answer Tough Questions From Senators on the Location Brouhaha

Microsoft Will Finally Make Skype an Enterprise Product

Nvidia Acquires Icera: The Internal Memo

Nvidia Buys Wireless Chipmaker Icera for $367 Million

Seven Questions for Prith Banerjee, Hewlett-Packard's Head of Research

Exclusive: Sony Considers Offering Reward to Help Catch Hackers

As Sony Says It's Turning A Corner, Talk of Another Attack Looms

Cisco Systems Seeks to Streamline Its Operations With a Reorganization

Anonymous Claims It Took No Credit Card Numbers From Sony

Sony Implicates Anonymous in Attack; Group Denies Involvement

Intel's New Transistor Isn't Just Smaller, It's 3-D Too

Moore's Law Is Alive And Well, And Intel Will Prove It Today

What's on Osama bin Laden's Hard Drive? Hopefully a Lot.

Factual Hires Yahoo's Location Guru and Grabs A Googler

Sony's Been Hacked Again; Everquest and Other Games Are Offline

To the List of Hazards and Headaches of Live-Tweeting History, Add Hackers

In the End, a Lack of Tech May Have Helped Bring Bin Laden Down

Sony Apologizes For the Playstation Network Breach

Amazon Details Last Week's Cloud Failure, and Apologizes

After the PlayStation Hack, a Legal Pile-On Against Sony

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— Gitesh Pandya of BoxOfficeGuru.com comments on the dreadful opening weekend box office numbers for “The Fifth Estate.”