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New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission asks Tesla to close its two stores in the state

New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission asks Tesla to close its two stores in the st

On Tuesday, the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission passed a unanimous order asking Palo Alto-based electric-vehicle manufacturer Tesla Motors - which is one of the world's most acclaimed automobiles - to close its two stores in the state with effect from April 1, 2014.

Tesla Announces New Sports Car Model X

Tesla Announces New Sports Car Model X

A new car would soon be showcased by Tesla Motors, the popular Palo Alto electric-car maker, as revealed by a new report. It has been found in the report that the sport utility vehicle would be ready for sale next year.

Facebook eyes upon mobile market

Facebook eyes upon mobile market

Facebook has released a new feature yesterday that will enable retailers and other merchants to offer coupons and special deals through its mobile application, further taking the competition to new levels for mobile searches and advertising.

HP posts 19% fall in 3Q profit on weak PC and printer ink sales

HP

Though the technology market has, of late, been fairly upbeat about the early signs of recovery, the third-quarter results of the world's biggest technology company, Hewlett-Packard (HP), proved to be quite a dampener!

The Booyah Society: The unique “level up in life” game!

Booyah

A singular amalgamation of a social network and a game, the 'Booyah Society' is a free iPhone app recently released by the Palo Alto, California-based startup Booyah!

HP issues voluntary recall of 70,000 laptop batteries

Hewlett-Packard

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced on Thursday that Hewlett-Packard (HP) is issuing a voluntary recall of nearly 70,000 notebook PC battery packs, in tandem with the CPSC and Health Canada, after two reported incidents of their overheating and cracking.

VMware releases ESX Server 4.0 with associated management tools - vSphere

VMware

The Palo Alto, California-based server virtualization giant VMware has, with a couple of name-changes while upgrading, released its next generation hypervisor - ESX Server 4.0 - and its associated management tools, which are now take the name vSphere rather than the earlier Virtual Infrastructure.

Online business tools provider FastDue raises $5 million in first financing round

In its first round of financing, FastDue - the company that offers a set of online document templates for enabling users manage their businesses - has raised a substantial $5 million from a single, undisclosed angel investor! 

Protests against Facebook’s revised privacy policy growing

The online protest groups against Facebook's new policy, which allegedly threatens the privacy of the users, are growing in numbers - with tens of thousands of Facebook users joining in to criticize the social networking site's revised terms of service! And there are countless others who have canceled their accounts!

Koobface worm spreads on Facebook, efforts on to check it

Researchers say that the 'Koobface' worm - which has been circulating through the popular social networking service, Facebook - is still on the loose, despite Facebook's efforts of cleaning up the mess.

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