Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg acknowledged the disappointment with his company's sagging stock but said the social networking site's future is strong and touted its increased focus on mobile, USA Today reports.
Mashable outlines what consumers can expect to see from the new iPhone 5.
As techies anxiously await the release of the iPhone 5, the Wall Street Journal reports that the troubled BlackBerry remains the phone of choice in many emerging countries.
After being forced by many states to begin collecting sales taxes from consumers, Amazon is hoping to keep its competitive edge by expanding its network of distribution centers, according to The New York Times.
Apple's Chinese manufacturer Foxconn is denying claims that students it employs through internships with their schools are unable to leave their jobs, the Associated Press reports.
Apple plans to sue an online Polish grocery delivery site called A.pl. for trademark infringement, PCWorld reports.
The Associated Press reports that prices for some eBooks are falling in the wake of the Justice Department's lawsuit against Apple and a group of publishers over an alleged price fixing scheme for eBooks.