A BBC reporter advertised an imaginary business on Facebook to see what a "like" on the social network was really worth. Not much, as it turns out.
FCC denies an appeal of a rule that requires TV stations in the top 50 U.S. markets to post political advertising information to an online database, Multichannel News reports. The broadcasters have another appeal pending in federal court.
Google begins shipping its 7-inch tablet computer Nexus 7, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Yahoo repairs breach after attack releases info on 450,000 users, the Washington Post reports.
Are developers fleeing the BlackBerry platform? Research in Motion says no, but a report from an equity analyst says that the company's woes and delays in the release of its new operating system are sparking an exodus. Information Week reports.
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