The European Union's top antitrust regulator said he would decide after Easter whether to charge Google with violating antitrust laws, Reuters reports.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Research in Motion's new CEO faces a critical test Thursday when the struggling maker of the Blackberry releases its latest earnings.
As it prepares to go public, Facebook says it will stop trading of its shares on secondary markets, according to Bloomberg.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's vacation to China has prompted speculation that the social networking site might try to gain access to the country, which currently blocks Facebook, AFP reports.
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