Amazon is working on its own smartphone to compete with Apple and Android devices, Bloomberg reports.
Yahoo narrows its search for a leader to Hulu CEO Jason Kilar and current interim CEO Ross Levinsohn, All Things Digital reports.
The Washington Post explores whether U.S. antitrust law is an effective tool for regulating fast moving technology firms.
The U.S. military plans to connect Florida and Guantanamo Bay in Cuba with undersea fiber optic cable, AP reports.
International soccer authorities plan to adopt camera-based technology to confirm goals, The New York Times reports.
Reuters reports that demand for online workers in the U.S. is climbing, according to Monster Worldwide data.
The advanced research arm of the Defense Department is looking to create more energy efficient robots, PC Mag reports.
Public Knowledge and the Rural Telecommunications Group look to extend the comment period on the cable industry's proposed spectrum deal with Verizon, Multichannel News reports.