Facebook is valuing itself at $75 billion, a move it was forced to make as part of its Instagram deal, the Mercury News reports.
A lawyer for Apple says the company is eager to defend itself in court against price-fixing allegations in the e-book market, Reuters reports.
Google has warned 20,000 websites that they may be infected with malware that redirects users to malicious websites, PCWorld reports.
The Wall Street Journal reports that an e-mail from a Google engineer has become a key point of contention in Oracle’s patent infringement trial against Google.
Google is looking for ways to boost web speeds on mobile phones, Bloomberg reports.
Amazon is opening a store where customers can rent business software from third-party providers such as IBM and Microsoft, The New York Times reports.
USA Today examines Hollywood’s embrace of tech startups.
The hacking group Anonymous has made Time’s list of the 100 most influential people.