China's government is blocking The New York Times website after an article revealed the vast wealth of the family of premier Wen Jiabao.
Microsoft pulls out all the stops for its Friday launch of Windows 8, the Washington Post reports.
The French news industry is ramping up pressure on Google to pay to index their products. Google Chairman Eric Schmidt plans to visit France next week to address the issue, Quartz reports.
Yahoo acquired the mobile recommendations app Stamped--the web portal's first acquisition under the leadership of Marissa Mayer, The New York Times reports.
The Sunlight Foundation says public documents related to televised ad buys are disappearing from a Federal Communications Commission database, Broadcasting & Cable reports.
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