Apple is learning to compromise when it comes to prices and terms for its advertising service, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Intel is telling its data-center customers that electricity costs will drop if technology is kept at a warmer temperature and controlled with new software, Bloomberg reports. Meanwhile, flooding in Thailand is cutting into the company's revenue, The New York Times reports.
The Dailly Caller says that the broadband stimulus grants haven't produced many completed projects.
Netflix shares are up on speculation that Verizon wants to buy it, according to Deadline.
Google's acquisition of Motorola is delayed in Europe, The New York Times says.
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