Facebook faces a crucial week after its IPO underperformed, Reuters reports.
Mark Zuckerberg's wedding last week has 500 times more "likes" than his Facebook IPO, according to BuzzFeed.
Chinese regulators approved Google's $12.5 billion acquisition of Motorola, on the condition that the Android operating system remain free for 5 years, reports the AP.
Yahoo will sell back its stake in Chinese Web company Alibaba for $7 billion, reports All Things Digital.
Apple and Samsung CEOs are planning to meet for court-ordered mediation to try to settle long-running patent disputes, Reuters reports.
CBS News reports on a 13,000 square mile stretch of "radio quiet" in West Virginia where the FCC keeps the airwaves clear to allow signals to reach the National Radio Astronomy Observatory.
Google hired a professor to argue that it's a publisher, protected by the First Amendment, The New York Times reports.