Monthly Archives: May 2016

SiriusXM Radio Service Pares Latin-Music Outlets


SiriusXM has moved several Latin music channels off its satellite service, leaving them accessible only online. The move has vexed some subscribers and recording labels.

AMD Prices 3-D Tech to Spur Virtual Reality Market


Advanced Micro Devices Inc. is targeting the virtual reality market with a new line of graphics hardware priced at $199—half or less the cost of comparable products.

Myspace Breached by Hackers


Social-networking site Myspace experienced a breach of its systems before the Memorial Day weekend that led to stolen user login data being made available online.

Foreign Business Groups Protest Proposed Chinese Insurance Rules


Several American and international business groups signed a draft letter of protest against Chinese proposals for the insurance sector that they say could result in discrimination against foreign technology companies.

Samsung Suffers Symbolic Blow From Seoul Court


A South Korean appeals court unexpectedly sided with minority shareholders on last year’s $8 billion merger of two Samsung Group affiliates, ordering an increased payout.

Doctors Test Tools to Predict Your Odds of a Disease


Program aims to calculate the likelihood that a patient has an illness, enabling doctors to order fewer tests and prescribe fewer antibiotics.

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