T-Mobile USA plans to cut 900 jobs as it works to revamp itself after its failed bid to be acquired by AT&T, All Things D reports.
Despite the hype over the social networking service's planned initial public offering, nearly half of Americans say Facebook is just a passing fad, Mashable reports.
The New York Times examines some of the security concerns raised about a program to allow for the introduction of an unlimited number of new Internet domain names.
ZDNet reports that two mobile phones developed by Chinese device maker ZTE contain a back door allowing for access to the phone's operating system.
The jury in the Oracle-Google infringement lawsuit has begun weighing Oracle's patent claims, Reuters reports.
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