Facebook worked to fix a security flaw exposed by users that resulted in CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s personal photos being published online, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The New York Times examines a new report from an outside panel appointed by Olympus that described the company’s previous management as “corrupt to the core.”
Verizon may launch an online video service, which could set off a new competitive race among other pay-television providers, Bloomberg reports.
Known as a serial buyer of other tech firms, Google has taken on another area of interest: affordable housing, according to the San Jose Mercury News.
Apple's defeat in a patent-infringement lawsuit in China could disrupt sales of its popular iPad tablet, the Financial Times says.
A big British defense contractor has scrapped plans to use Microsoft’s cloud-based services because of concerns that information stored in the cloud could be subject to the USA Patriot Act, according to ZDNet.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings is trying to build confidence in his company, but his speech to investors and media experts may have had the opposite effect: He compared Netflix with Bank of America in saying how the online video service got overconfident, Mashable reports.
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