Research firm Gartner says global mobile handset sales are declining, as consumers put off purchases because of economic concerns, Reuters reports.
A cable group seeks an FCC exemption for ads promoting TV programs from loudness requirements due to take effect in December, reports Multichannel News.
Research In Motion says its new operating system BlackBerry 10 will be ready for licensing to other manufacturers soon, Bloomberg reports.
A federal judge denied Samsung's bid to dismiss Apple's claims of patent infringement, All Things Digital reports. Testimony in the trial revealed that Apple had licensed its design patents to Microsoft, Reuters reports.
The film and music industry are seeking help from the U.S. government to combat Pirate Bay and other file sites that facilitate the sharing of copyrighted material, TorrentFreak reports.
A study by broker Abel/Noser says that transaction cost savings from high-frequency stock trading are reversing, The New York Times reports.
Leaked photos reveal that the design of the upcoming iPhone 5 doesn't represent a big departure from previous models, Slate reports.
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