Nokia, Motorola and other Apple competitors are racing to unveil their own new phones before the iPhone 5 is released, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Reuters reports that South Korea is investigating complaints from Apple that Samsung is abusing its dominance in the country's wireless technology market.
Microsoft says it will add 1,000 workers in China to help the company take advantage of a growing market, PCWorld reports.
Hoping to check the growing dominance of Apple and Google, electronics makers LG Electronics, Philips Electronics and Toshiba are joining forces to develop a common technology to allow user to listen to music, watch videos and play Internet games on their TV sets, Bloomberg reports.
A Mercury News columnist argues that there is plenty of blame to go around when it comes to Facebook's IPO debacle.
Mashable reports that former President Bill Clinton's rousing speech Wednesday night to Democrats sparked the a flurry of Twitter activity that peaked at 22,087 Tweets per minute. Over the course of both conventions, only the speech by First Lady Michelle Obama generated more Twitter activity.
A group of publishers are donating e-books to an initiative aimed at boosting literacy in Africa, according to The New York Times.
Sony is investigating a hacker attack that resulted in exposing customer data on about 400 mobile-phone customers in China and Taiwan, Bloomberg reports.