Facebook announced it will allow users to access even more of their data from the social networking service, USA Today reports.
The New York Times examines why Apple is unlikely to lose much even if it the Justice Department prevails in its e-book lawsuit against Apple and two publishers.
Motion Picture Association of America CEO Chris Dodd acknowledged that controversial antipiracy legislation is "dead," Bloomberg reports.
Beware, Angry Birds lovers: a new Android mobile phone virus is masquerading as the latest version of the popular online game, according to The Washington Post.
Google investors are pushing the Internet giant to follow Apple's lead and share some of its cash through a dividend, according to Bloomberg.
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