License-plate trackers are collecting many people's daily movements, even if they haven't committed a crime, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Hungry for future engineers, Microsoft is sending volunteer teachers into schools to help attract more kids to computer science, The New York Times reports.
Oracle and Nokia have signed a deal to share mapping services, Reuters reports.
A USA Today reviewer says Amazon's revamped Kindle e-book reader leaves a "glowing impression."
After Apple apologized for problems with its much-derided map app, CNET notes that the company dropped the claim that it could be the "most powerful mapping service ever."
The Washington Post looks at companies taking advantage of a boom in cybersecurity business.
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