Despite overall high marks for the iPhone 5, Apple is coming under criticism for offering its own subpar mapping service after dropping Google maps, Business Week reports.
Samsung says it will add the iPhone 5 to its patent lawsuit against Apple, Reuters reports.
The Wall Street Journal details the role data analysis is playing in many companies' hiring decisions.
A financial-services industry group is warning banks, brokerages, and insurers that they could be at higher risk for cyberattacks in the wake of outages involving Chase Bank's and Bank of America's websites, Reuters reports.
For AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson, appeals against texting while driving are personal, according to The New York Times.
Microsoft has asked the Chinese government to order four state-owned firms to stop using pirated versions of the company's software, Bloomberg reports.
A CNET columnist argues that "do not track" proposals, which allow consumers to opt out of online tracking, will severely hamper online growth.
A former online poker executive pleaded guilty to charges that he laundered proceeds from two popular online poker sites, CNN reports.