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Connecticut begins investigating Groupon for possible violations of consumer protection laws that prohibit coupons from expiring.
Some believe the value of social media website Facebook may have reached the $100 billion mark.
Apple wins preliminary ruling that HTC infringed two of its patents.
Spotify officially launched its U.S. site this past Thursday.
Several state law enforcement agencies plan to equip their forces with facial recognition devices, raising controversy over civil liberties and privacy.
Google+, a new social networking site with millions of users, offers its users more privacy controls than rival company Facebook.
After admitting that the iPhone retains location information about its users, Apple may face class action lawsuit led by South Korean lawyer.
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