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Actor Mark Ruffalo (who plays The Hulk in the coming movie "The Avengers") hopes Occupy Wall Street protesters bring about the kind of change President Obama promised during his campaign for the White House. He talked to Speakeasy about his involvement in the protests.
The real science of artificial intelligence is finally catching up with science fiction. Apple's new phone takes verbal commands and questions, and responds with computer-generated speech. Real humans are responding to this by asking their iPhones ridiculous questions.
The Obama administration said it is unable to implement a long-term care insurance program that was part of the 2010 health overhaul, effectively ending the program before it started.
It will be a more expensive Halloween this year as heavy rain and dry weather drive up pumpkin prices: http://on.wsj.com/pceSTD
If you think your jack-o'-lantern will be frightening, wait until you see the price tag.
RIM's Mike Lazaridis took to YouTube to apologize for BlackBerry's service outages. In doing so, he joined many other corporate chiefs who have chosen to eat their hat on Google's video-sharing service. Below, we've collected 10 such examples.
Apple's latest iPhone arrives in stores Friday in the U.S. and a half-dozen countries, as the company hopes to cement its position as the world's leading smartphone maker.
Glenn Thorson If any of them had a brain they'd have a galaxy s2.
Tuan Viet Pham Having the first iphones ??? For what ??? Just take it easy and you will have it !
Saturday at 5:56am
A cheer went up from the crowd of protesters at the Occupy Wall Street encampment in New York City shortly after 6:30 a.m. ET at word that there would be no cleanup of the park this morning: http://on.wsj.com/otR6hc
The real-estate company that owns the small park at the center of the Occupy Wall Street movement has postponed a planned cleaning of the site.
The appraiser was due in an hour. The beds were unmade, breakfast dishes in the sink and toys scattered about the playroom. Would she care?
Ely Trading hahahahha
Friday at 1:26pm
Faced with an attempt to clear and clean the park they've occupied for nearly a month, participants in Occupy Wall Street took up mops and started cleaning the area.
The pay-phone business is shrinking rapidly, but that hasn't deterred Pacific Telemanagement Services, a little-known California company that agreed earlier this month to buy nearly all Verizon's 50,000 remaining pay phones.
If you've been without BlackBerry service, check your phone: RIM says that service has been restored worldwide http://on.wsj.com/nFJx3p
Research In Motion said it has fully restored service to its global BlackBerry network early Thursday, as it ramped up communication with carriers and customers—apologizing for the largest outage in its history.
President Obama's re-election campaign took in more than $70 million in the latest three-month fund-raising period, the campaign told supporters in an early-morning email.
Lawmakers were less inconvenienced than their staff by the BlackBerry outage on Wednesday, despite the key role the device plays in the daily business of Congress.
U.S. blue-chip stocks drove higher, pushing the Dow Jones Industrial Average into positive territory for 2011 as investors grew optimistic about plans to recapitalize euro-zone banks.
Chris Carpenter, tonight's starter for the St. Louis Cardinals, has undergone two operations on his shoulder and four on his elbow http://on.wsj.com/nZ9JZ3
St. Louis Cardinals' Chris Carpenter will pitch in Game 3 of the National League Championship Series. But if you consider what's been involved in keeping this man on the mound, it's fairer to say he pitches for the American Medical Association.
We need this type of work on the MN Twins staff....
October 12 at 4:01pm
October 12 at 9:26pm