The fight over data in the T-Mobile merger court case heats up as AT&T goes after information from rival Sprint, according to Business Week. Meanwhile, AT&T’s profits dropped as demand for the iPhone declined, The New York Times reports.
Microsoft is working with an investment firm on a bid to buy Yahoo, The Wall Street Journal reports. But Yahoo cofounder Jerry Yang said that his company still has other options, according to Bloomberg.
The city of Los Angeles contends that it shouldn’t have to pay for part of its Google contract because the e-mail service has been slower than expected, The San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Google cofounder Sergey Brin says he’s happy to keep a low profile at the search giant, USA Today reports.
According to a New York Times report, three publishers have announced plans to give their authors online access to book-sales data, a move possibly aimed at countering Amazon.
Texas-based Dell signaled a new, aggressive approach to take on its Silicon Valley-based competitors by opening a facility in Santa Clara, according to the San Jose Mercury News.
The New York Times reported a profit for the third quarter powered by a boost in digital subscribers, Mashable reports.