Amazon outlined a plan to develop its own TV programming, starting with children's shows and comedies, Reuters reports.
Nokia appears to be leaning on patent litigation to help it get by as it works to break into the smart phone market, CNET reports.
Target says it will stop selling Amazon's Kindle in its stores, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Business Week looks at how the Google-Street View Wi-Fi scandal has put a spotlight on the squishy line of when information should remain private.
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