In a decision that could cost hundreds of millions of dollars, a California judge sided with Hewlett-Packard in a lawsuit over whether Oracle violated an agreement to supply software for an HP server, the Mercury News reports.
Bloomberg reports that many central banks are using statistics compiled by Google from user search queries to track consumers' buying habits.
Apple has filed an emergency motion calling on a federal court to punish rival Samsung for releasing documents related to their patent infringement trial, according to the Los Angeles Times.
CNET details why there are now more Zuckerbergs working for Google than Facebook.
PayPal users are complaining about the online payment service's new anti-fraud measures, according to The New York Times.
Google has revamped its cloud-based payment service to allow the use of all major credit cards, Information Week reports.
Entrepreneurs are making plans for using the new ultrafast broadband network Google is building in Kansas City, the Wall Street Journal reports.
CNN examines how Twitter is dominating the summer Olympics.
The file-sharing service Dropbox says it was hacked, TechCrunch reports.