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Several Supreme Court justices appeared skeptical of Internet streaming start-up Aereo during oral arguments Tuesday, questioning whether the company was created as a technical work-around of copyright laws to bypass license payments.Read full article >>
Lockheed Martin?s sales declined 3.6 percent in the first quarter, compared with a year ago, even as profit continued to build, the Bethesda-based defense giant reported Tuesday.
The decline in sales is probably the result of automatic federal spending cuts, known as the ?sequester,? Bruce Tanner, executive vice president and chief financial officer, said during a conference call with analysts. The cutbacks could continue to affect sales throughout the year, he said.Read full article >>
The last time the Pentagon tried to upgrade the president?s coolest ride ? the fleet of helicopters that drop him at his doorstep on the South Lawn of the White House ? it didn?t go well. Costs doubled. Delays sparked ridicule, then outrage. And President Obama, then just a few weeks in office, said it was ?an example of the procurement process gone amok? before defense officials killed the program outright.Read full article >>
In the video, Satoshi holds up a copy of the magazine that turned his life upside down and appears with Andreas Antonopoulos, a bitcoin user who raised more than $20,000 in donations for Nakamoto from other cryptocurrency enthusiasts -- in bitcoins, obviously. Nakamoto thanks bitcoiners for their support in the wake of the Newsweek story and says he plans to keep his Bitcoin account for "many, many years."Read full article >>
Sales of previously owned homes fell in March, dropping to the lowest level since July 2012 as higher interest rates, soaring prices and a tight inventory discouraged potential buyers, according to industry data released Tuesday.Read full article >>
New Enterprise Associates sees a future in computerized eyewear for the office.
The Chevy Chase venture capital firm has funneled $10 million into Herndon-based Apx Labs, the maker of software that turns Google Glass and other digital specks into useful tools for the workplace.Read full article >>