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America Movil 1Q profit up 12.1 percent

Mexican telecom company America Movil says first quarter profits rose 12.1 percent from the same period of 2010, reaching 23.5 billion pesos ($2 billion). Full story

A Better Business Plan Can Lead to New Customers

These four steps can help get you on your way to enhancing and expanding your client base. Full story

iPhone, iPad tracking causes alarm

Privacy watchdogs are demanding answers from Apple about why iPhones and iPads are collecting location data about their users. Full story

Chief named for Conn. disabilities agency

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has appointed a veteran in the field of serving the developmentally disabled to head Connecticut's agency that funds and otherwise supports the state's network of service providers. Full story

The Internet is running out of addresses

   Existing IP addresses are running out causing service providers and websites to switch to a new system. The Wall Street Journal's Cari Tuna reports.

FTC could gain enforcement power over ’Net

The Federal Trade Commission could become a more powerful watchdog for Internet users under a little-known provision in financial overhaul legislation that would expand the agency's ability to create rules. Full story

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  Justices behind the times with technology

Busted: During arguments in a case about sexting, Chief Justice John Roberts asked what the difference was “between e-mail and a pager.” Justice Antonin Scalia then questioned the job of a service provider asking a lawyer, “You mean, the text doesn’t go right to me?”