Research in Motion's CEO has vowed to turn around the ailing maker of the BlackBerry, Reuters reports.
Twitter's CEO says the firm has a "truckload of money" and has no plans to go public any time soon, the Los Angeles Times reports.
The Wall Street Journal examines the growing trend of tech company founders maintaining a controlling stake in their firms when they go public.
Internet radio provider Pandora is experimenting with going international, rolling out service in Australia and New Zealand, Bloomberg reports.
Facebook and NBC are set to announce a deal to promote coverage of the Olympics, according to The New York Times.
After settling a dispute over the iPad name, Apple will begin selling the device in China later this month, the Associated Press reports.
DirecTV's 20 million customers have lost access to Comedy Central and other Viacom cable channels after the two sides failed to reach a deal on programming fees, according to CNET.
Apple is working to revamp environmental standards related to computer and other devices, Fortune reports.
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