IBM appears to be defying a slump in tech spending, reporting solid profits in the last quarter, according to The New York Times.
The Wall Street Journal examines how Nokia got behind the smartphone trend by failing to bring early research on the device to market.
Computer security experts claim they have shut down one of the world's biggest botnets, which used infected computers to send spam to millions of users, the BBC reports.
Washington has become the first state to let people register to vote via Facebook, Reuters reports.
A British judge has ordered Apple to declare on its U.K. website and in British newspapers that Samsung's tablet did not copy Apple's iPad design, Bloomberg reports.
A Chinese government report says more Chinese are now accessing the Internet from their smartphones than computers, according to Reuters.
A new report urges Congress to pre-empt some state and federal laws to give companies more incentive to share information about cyber attacks, CNET reports.
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