Reuters reports that the Federal Trade Commission has hired an outside lawyer to lead its antitrust investigation of Google.
The Washington Post looks at how Twitter has emerged as a key tool in Washington for building support for policy proposals.
Google disclosed that the Justice Department last May closed its probe into the controversy over Google's admission that its Street View cars had collected data from unprotected home Wi-Fi networks, Bloomberg reports.
An industry analyst predicts that unless Apple finds another charismatic leader like the late Steve Jobs, the tech giant is likely to face rough times ahead, Forbes reports.
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