Facebook starts placing ads on the website of gaming site Zynga, hinting at the possible launch of an Internet-wide ad network in the future, Reuters reports.
In the midst of its effort to create new top-level domains, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers names a new CEO, the AP reports.
TechCrunch reports that Google cut the prices it charges developers to use its mapping APIs.
Google tells shareholders that its $12.5 billion acquisition of Motorola Mobility was about more than patents, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Verizon says it will "promptly" use spectrum it acquires from cable companies, if the FCC approves their deal, Wireless Week reports.
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