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      +Controller does it harmoniously
        At home, we don’t squabble over the remote control. There are too many to squabble over. One for the TV, another for the cable box, and one more for the DVD player and home theater audio system. My wife and I each grab one and start changing channels or adjusting the sound. At last, a rough consensus emerges, and we ...

      +Robo-vac challenger has new angle on cleaning
        Home robotics Perhaps Bedford-based iRobot Corp. is too busy building robots for war to be improving its vacuum cleaners back at home.

      +Web sales spike after snowstorm
        Stores in the snow-battered East Coast may have been nearly empty this weekend, but shoppers kept spending online. Retailers spurred sales with new discounts and shipping offers to make sure gifts arrive by Christmas.

      +WPI devices help locate firefighters
        The six Worcester firefighters who died battling a five-alarm fire in an abandoned cold storage warehouse 10 years ago were wearing what are known as “pass’’ alarms. The devices emit a loud signal if the firefighter sets off the alarm or stops moving for an extended period.

      +Where old-fashioned customer service meets edgy technology
        Together, they added some bright splashes of color to the ultramodern, glass-and-steel palette of the Apple Store in Boston’s Back Bay.

      +Battlefield robot had security hole
        The same security weakness that allowed Iraqi insurgents to record video from unmanned US surveillance aircraft might also have let them spy on American battlefield robots produced by a local firm.

      +French court fines firm for offering digital books
        PARIS - A Paris court ruled yesterday that Google Inc.’s expansion into digital books breaks France’s copyright laws, and a judge slapped the Internet search leader with a $14,300-a-day fine until it stops showing literary snippets.

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      +Judge urges eBay, Craigslist to settle
        The judge presiding over a lawsuit pitting online auctioneer eBay against online classifieds company Craigslist yesterday urged them to try to resolve their differences before he rules.

      +White House picks new cyber coordinator
        After months of wrangling and delays, President Barack Obama has chosen a national cyber security coordinator to take on the formidable task of organizing and managing the nation's increasingly vulnerable digital networks.

      +White House picks new cyber coordinator
        The White House has tapped a corporate cyber security expert and former Bush administration official to lead the effort to shore up the country's computer networks and better coordinate with companies that operate 80 percent of those critical systems.

      +White House picks new cyber coordinator
        After months of wrangling and delays, President Barack Obama has chosen a national cyber security coordinator to take on the formidable task of organizing and managing the nation's increasingly vulnerable digital networks.

      +Cost-cutting Yahoo to close offices for holidays
        Yahoo says it will close its offices from Christmas through New Year's to help save money. The cost-cutting move ends a year in which Yahoo's revenue declined for the first time since 2001.

      +Amkor Technology raises 4Q revenue outlook
        Amkor Technology Inc. raised its fourth-quarter revenue outlook Monday, citing higher-than-anticipated demand from customers. Shares of Amkor, which provides chip assembly and testing services, jumped 56 cents, or 8.6 percent, in after-hours trading, after finishing regular trading up 3 cents at $6.51.

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