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Microsoft is making the claim that you can’t trust Google anymore because they only show search results for those that are willing to pay. Is this true?
NEW YORK — In case you haven't heard by now, Apple is unveiling its latest iPhone on Wednesday. That leaves the question: What should you do with your old one?
New York • Amazon.com wants “.joy,” Google wants “.love” and L’Oreal wants “.beauty.”
Word to the wary: There's a scammer who might be out to get you. That's the message from the Better Business Bureau, which released its 2010 list of the Top 10 most-reported consumer scams. The annual list is based on complaints filed at 132 BBB offices in the United States and Canada.
Flipping used to be a dirty word in residential real estate, but not anymore. A recent policy change by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is encouraging flipping to foster more sales of foreclosure homes that were badly damaged by the previous owners or others.
WASHINGTON — Wireless devices such as Apple's iPhone are transforming the way we go online, making it possible to look up driving directions, find the nearest coffee shop and update Facebook on the go. All this has a price — in airwaves.
The former owner of a Chandler restaurant returned to town Thursday with a police escort and was jailed after evading authorities for months.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - Ticketmaster agreed Monday to change its online sales process after it directed people seeking Bruce Springsteen tickets to a subsidiary that charged up to 50 times the face value.
MOSCOW - The Soviet Union may be in the dustbin of history, but there’s one place the socialist utopia lives on: cyberspace. Sixteen years after the superpower’s collapse, Web sites ending in the Soviet “.su” domain name have been rising — registrations increased 45 percent this year alone.
In the past couple of years, some Valley developers tried to capitalize on the housing craze by converting thousands of apartments into condominiums — rapidly creating a glut of units in the process.
NEW YORK - Madonna's $120 million recording and touring contract with Live Nation Inc. gives the concert promoter the opportunity to tap into concert, recording, merchandising and other lucrative revenue streams. But don't discount the role that lowly ticket fees play.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel has demanded documents from five ticket-sales Web sites in an investigation into whether a quick sellout of a "Hannah Montana" concert violated scalping laws.
There was a time when a homeowner facing the loss of a house due to foreclosure could stave it off by filing for bankruptcy protection. No more.
Every weekend, East Valley residents descend on “big-box” retailers to upgrade their home electronics.
At the Hyatt Regency Resort Scottsdale about 15 percent to 20 percent of reservations come through the Internet, a hotel spokeswoman said. The number is low compared to the industry norm, but apparently those who do book the local property’s rooms online have an easy time of it.
DETROIT - Bob Seger turned the page, and Metallica finally found justice for online fans. Now, only a few remaining big-name musical acts refuse to make their songs available on Apple Computer's popular iTunes Music Store.
DALLAS - Several cities around the country have sued Web-based travel clearinghouses such as Expedia, Travelocity and Orbitz, claiming they have failed to pay millions of dollars in hotel taxes.
SEATTLE - Forget day trading - the best way to make a buck this holiday season may be to flip your Xbox 360.
For a landlord, meeting the tenants for the first time can be a tense experience.
April 23, 2005
December 17, 2004
Scott Ford teeters on a ladder in a crowd four people deep.
Q. I'm having trouble printing Web pages. To try to track down the problem, I hooked my printer up to an old computer and everything printed okay, so I don't think the problem is with my printer. But when I try printing Web pages with my new computer, I just get partial pages or sometimes blank pages. Any idea what's going on? I'm using Internet Explorer and Windows 98.