Google's YouTube video sharing site says it has blocked access to a controversial anti-Islam video in Egypt, Libya and other Muslim countries in the wake of deadly riots protesting the film, All Things D reports.
The Wall Street Journal examines the role of social media in the latest unrest in Egypt and Libya.
Bloomberg reports that the new iPhone 5 is poised to become the fastest selling high-tech gadget in history.
One design change in the iPhone 5 - the connector on its base - is likely to annoy users, according to The New York Times.
Time examines whether Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg can deliver on his reassuring promises about the company's future growth that helped boost the company's sagging stock.
The U.S. subsidiary of China's Huawei blasted a congressional investigation into possible security threats post by equipment sold by the telecommunications firm, Reuters reported.
Acer cancelled the launch of a new Chinese smartphone that uses an operating system developed by a Chinese firm after Google threatened to withdraw its license to use its Android operating system on Acer's other phones, Computerworld reports.