A month after its bid to buy rival T-Mobile USA was derailed, AT&T announced it is reshuffling its management by putting a company veteran in a new position where he will help chart the company's future business strategy, Reuters reports.
Members of the Senate Judiciary subcommittee questioned calls to update a 1988 law aimed at protecting privacy of video rental records, PC World reports.
Amazon announced that its fourth quarter profits fell by 57 percent due to increased shipping costs and its Kindle Fire, which the Internet retailer is selling at a loss, according to Bloomberg.
USA Today reports that scammers are targeting those Facebook users who are wary of the company's plans to roll out its new Timeline service.
Apple has become the world's top PC maker -- if its popular iPad tablet is included in the definition of a personal computer, according to Information Week.
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