Defense officials debated using cyberwarfare against Libya, according to the New York Times.
The Center for Public Integrity takes an in-depth look at how the charities supporting AT&T's merger with T-Mobile have received funding from the telecom giant.
Google has yet to fully master its core service - Internet search, argues a Forbes commentator.
Alibaba CEO says he has the cash to buy Yahoo, according to Business Insider.
A man in Britain has been jailed for eight months for posting what the BBC calls "religiously prejudiced abuse" on Facebook earlier this year.
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