Google CEO Larry Page defended Google's privacy practices in the face of criticism from European officials, who called on the Internet firm to make several changes to its policies, according to The New York Times.
After 80 years, Newsweek will stop offering readers a printed magazine and become an online-only publication starting next year, Bloomberg reports.
The Wall Street Journal profiles Google Ventures, the Internet firm's venture capital arm,
Apple lost an appeal of a ruling that found Samsung didn't infringe Apple's copyrights related to tablet computers, Reuters reports.
Twitter has blocked German access to tweets from a German neo-Nazi group, the Financial Times reports.
Amazon is offering a new service that would allow teachers to use their Kindles to communicate with their students' tablet computers, Marketplace reports.
Mashable examines a new survey that looked at how social media users plan to vote in November.
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