The patent battle between Apple and Samsung has moved to a California courtroom, where opening arguments began in Apple's patent lawsuit, the Mercury News reports.
Google has refused to turn over documents demanded by the Texas attorney general as part of an investigation into the Internet company's business practices, All Things D reports.
Meanwhile, Google acknowledged that it did not delete all the Street View data it was ordered to destroy last year by European authorities, Bloomberg reports.
Twitter is facing backlash over its decision to suspend the account of a U.S.-based British reporter because of rants against NBC over its Olympic coverage, according to The New York Times.
Mashable reports on the disturbing emergence of Tumblr pages supporting Aurora, Colo., mass-shooting suspect James Holmes.
Olympus has informed the Justice Department that it may have violated a U.S. law that bars companies from bribing foreign government officials, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Two online poker sites have agreed to pay hundreds of millions of dollars to settle money laundering and fraud charges brought by the Justice Department, according to The New York Times.