Online game provider Zynga's second quarter loss has prompted worries that its problems could spread to Facebook, which hosts many Zynga users, according to USA Today.
The Wall Street Journal reports that eBay may allow people under 18 to use the Internet shopping and auction site but the firm may require parental consent to address privacy concerns.
The New York Times examines how tech startups are increasingly seeking out celebrity investors to help launch their new businesses.
Facebook is rewarding hackers who point out vulnerabilities in its computer network, Bloomberg reports.
Reuters questions whether Apple has lost some of its luster in the wake of disappointing earnings results.
Google is trying to clean up the comments on its YouTube video sharing site by pushing people to leave their real names, PCWorld reports.
If you're wealthy, you're more likely to have an iPhone or iPad, the Los Angeles Times reports.
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