- Rainbow Facebook photos: Armchair activism or shifting tide?
NEW YORK (AP) — You may have noticed your Facebook friends getting considerably more colorful.
- Google unit sorry for including concentration camps in game
BERLIN (AP) — A Google subsidiary has apologized for making Nazi concentration camps part of a mobile role-playing game.
- US regulator says Fiat Chrysler recall woes are widespread
WASHINGTON (AP) — A top U.S. auto safety regulator accused Fiat Chrysler of failing to provide timely and accurate recall information to her agency and said that customers also have problems getting accurate information.
- Intel President Renee James to leave chipmaker
NEW YORK (AP) — Intel said Thursday that President Renee James, who has worked at the chipmaker for 28 years, plans to leave the company early next year to seek a CEO role elsewhere.
- Taiwan pilot in February TransAsia crash described as hasty
TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) — A pilot described by colleagues as nervous and hasty mistakenly throttled down a still-running engine following a glitch with the other engine in an airline crash that killed 43 people in Taiwan in February, flight safety officials said Thursday.
- Robot kills man at Volkswagen plant in Germany
BERLIN (AP) — A robot has killed a contractor at one of Volkswagen's production plants in Germany, the automaker said Wednesday.
- Hewlett-Packard moves forward with plan to split in 2
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Hewlett-Packard is moving forward with plans to split into two companies, filing paperwork to create a new entity that will sell commercial technology, while a separate spinoff will sell personal computers and printers.
- Review: Gadgets for the beach and getting you there
NEW YORK (AP) — If you're headed to the beach or any other weekend getaway, don't forget these "essential" gadgets.
- Toyota, Nissan, Honda back hydrogen stations for fuel cells
TOKYO (AP) — Toyota, Nissan and Honda are working together to get more fuel cell vehicles on roads in what they call Japan's big push toward "a hydrogen society."
- Microsoft sheds some of its ad business, mapping service
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Microsoft is handing off some its digital advertising business to AOL and selling its street-image mapping operation to Uber, as the giant software company tries to focus on activities more relevant to its core business.
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