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Spy Game: NSA Said to Snoop on World of Warcraft

With all the revelations from Edward Snowden’s cache of documents, one might be left wondering, “What’s left that the NSA hasn’t been monitoring?”

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TiVo Subscriptions Continue to Rise

TiVo Inc. showed no signs of slowing growth in the third quarter, reporting a big jump in subscriptions despite an increasing list of competitors.

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Apple iPhone Trade-Ins More About Convenience Than Savings

Apple’s long-rumored iPhone trade-in program is up and running at its U.S. stores around the country, adding to a healthy mix of competitors offering similar schemes. But is Apple’s program a good deal?

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Candy Crush Saga Grew So Fast It Broke Usage Algorithm

Candy Crush Saga, the popular mobile device game by King.com, has seen some spectacular success. Now, it turns out the candy-puzzle game has grown faster than an algorithm charting its progress could handle.

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Apple to Pay up to $280 for Used iPhones

The Cupertino, Calif., tech giant said its so-called “reuse and recycling” program emphasizes the value of iPhones, even after they’ve been used.

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Some Apple Services Back Up After Temporary Outage

The outage lasted almost 11 hours.

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Supplier to Ship Two Apple iPhones in September

Apple’s suppliers in Asia started mass-producing components in June for both a standard iPhone featuring a metal casing and a lower-cost version, people who work at those companies said.

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Patent War Adds Front in U.S.

The Obama administration faces a veto decision on a ruling in the Apple-Samsung fight.

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Activision to Buy Back Most of Vivendi’s Controlling Stake

Vivendi said it will continue to hold about 83 million shares, or 12 percent of the company.

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With Don Mattrick Out, Who Will Manage Microsoft’s Xbox?

Microsoft Corp.’s Xbox division was already in crunchtime before losing its leader to Zynga Inc. Now it faces a new question: Who will take over the videogame business?