Apple CEO Steve Jobs resigned Wednesday. Jobs will stay on as Apple board chairman as Chief Operating Officer Tim Cook takes over as chief executive running Apple.
Walmart video service Vudu now offers streaming movies to its website. Rental prices for Walmart video will range from 99 cents to $5.99.
New York will offer free land and up to $100 million in infrastructure funds to a university willing to establish a world-class, high-tech school in the city, Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced Tuesday.
What one early employee saw at the Google revolution.
Millions of Facebook users will still pay the likes of Verizon for traditional phone service and Internet access. But video chat got a lot more publicity with Facebook's announcement this week.
Google investigation will focus on search results and advertising. Federal Trade Commission's launch of Google investigation could parallel federal probe of Microsoft in the 1990s.
Winklevoss twins in filing say they won't take their case to the Supreme Court. The Winklevoss twins had contested the size of their settlement with Facebook in an appeals court, but lost.
Existing home sales dipped below an annual rate of 5 million in May. Not counting condos and coops, single-family home sales stand at 4.2 million a year, which, if it held for all of 2011, would be lower than the worst of the slump in 2008. But home prices vary dramatically, depending upon where you live in the United States: the average listing for a typical four-bedroom, two bathroom house in the most expensive real-estate market is more than 40 times the average listing in the least expensive city, according to a recent survey of more than 2,300 markets by Coldwell Banker Real Estate. Here are the Top 5 most and least expensive cities. Is yours on the list?