Research In Motion says it has restored BlackBerry services in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa after customers reported messaging and e-mail problems, according to Reuters.
Steve Jobs’s official cause of death was pancreatic cancer that had spread to other organs, the Associated Press reports. Apple is planning a memorial for him next week at its headquarters, The Wall Street Journal says.
The U.S. government is using a court order to force a small Internet service provider and Google to turn over information about a WikiLeaks volunteer, according to The Wall Street Journal.
After an outcry from customers, Netflix abandoned its overhaul plans, The New York Times reports.
Cisco shareholder and former presidential candidate Ralph Nader is lobbying the corporate leadership about financial decisions, according to Bloomberg.
Facebook is cozying up to Wal-Mart and other major brands as it tries to transform into a platform for e-commerce during its next phase of growth, CNET reports.
Music service Pandora is not catching on with mobile advertisers, according to Bloomberg.
Airlines are increasingly adding Wi-Fi to flights, The Wall Street Journal reports.
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