A new study predicts that Apple will overtake Hewlett-Packard next year as the world's top personal computer vendor - if the iPad is counted as a PC, according to USA Today.
An IDG News examination found that 27 Republicans who opposed net neutrality because they say it unnecessarily regulates the Internet favor controversial legislation to crack down on online piracy that critics say will undermine the integrity of the Internet.
The Wall Street Journal profiles Joe Wayland, the Justice Department's lead antitrust trial lawyer who is leading the department's lawsuit to block AT&T's bid to buy T-Mobile USA.
Microsoft is buying the online video search engine VideoSurf, the Seattle Times reports.
As part of its Black Friday deals, Amazon plans to sell all its non-iPhone smart phones for a penny, according to The Washington Post.
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