After failing to win regulatory approval for its acquisition by AT&T, T-Mobile USA says it will spend $4 billion on a high-speed broadband 4G network, the Wall Street Journal reports.
CNET examines the challenges T-Mobile faces in its efforts to turn the company around.
Apple's board has given in to pressure from some investors and says it will begin electing future board members by a majority vote instead of only requiring a plurality, Bloomberg reports.
The New York Times details a new program the Dutch airline KLM is testing to allow passengers to use information from social networking sites like Facebook and LinkedIn to help select their seatmates.
British singer Adele is the first artist ever to go double platinum on Apple's iTunes store, selling more than 2 million digital copies of her hit record "21," the Huffington Post reports.
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