Facebook tried to stabilize its falling stock price by pledging that CEO Mark Zuckerberg will not sell any of his shares for a year, Bloomberg reports. Meanwhile, two of the biggest underwriters for Facebook have cut their target prices, the Wall Street Journal reports.
PC Magazine analyzes how hackers could have obtained 12 million unique identifiers associated with Apple devices.
The Washington Post reports that the emergence of "big data" has prompted people to find creative ways to use that information.
A new survey finds that 60 percent of both adults and teens in eight countries say too much information is divulged online, Reuters reports.
A computer industry analyst says Microsoft and Intel's dominance will decline over the next few years, CNET reports.
After months of anticipation, Apple is expected to unveil the new iPhone 5 next week, according to the Mercury News.
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