The Obama campaign hopes a new documentary will boost its social media reach, The New York Times reports.
A day before the latest version of the iPad goes on sale, investors signaled their approval with Apple by pushing its stock to $600 a share, Reuters reports.
Google is overhauling its search function to offer answers in addition to links, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Digg founder Kevin Rose is joining Google, All Things D reports.
Cisco, McAfee and other U.S. tech firms say they will not help Pakistan filter the Internet, according to The New York Times.
A group of individuals is suing Apple, Facebook, Twitter and 15 other companies for distributing what the plaintiffs' describe as privacy-invading mobile apps, ComputerWorld reports.
Bloomberg examines a new report that details how Google can connect information about its users across its platforms.
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