News Corp.'s board has approved a plan to split the media company into two, separating its entertainment division from its publishing business, which includes the Wall Street Journal.
Google is pushing into the consumer electronics market with the introduction of a new digital home entertainment system and tablet computer, the Mercury News reports. Meanwhile, The New York Times examines Google's decision to make some of those products in the United States.
After failing last year to win U.S. approval of a deal to sell his firm to AT&T, T-Mobile USA CEO Philipp Humm is leaving the company, Reuters reports.
Apple is planning to overhaul its iTunes store to make it easier for users to access their content across all their Apple devices, Bloomberg reports.
A New Zealand judge has ruled that the search warrant used to help shut down the file-sharing site Mega Upload was illegal, according to The Washington Post.
The Windows desktop computer may not be long for this world, Computerworld reports.
Programmers will get the first shot at Google's wearable computer glasses, the Associated Press reports.
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