Google’s profits rose significantly this quarter thanks to record spending in online advertising, The Wall Street Journal reports.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has issued guidelines describing what information companies should disclose about cyberattacks, Reuters reports.
The New York Times describes a young man who tried to honor Apple founder Steve Jobs with a graphic, but soon became the object of online criticism for allegedly stealing the idea. Rolling Stone is out with an issue paying tribute to Jobs. In one piece, his first girlfriend recounts their younger years.
Surveying the damage after the BlackBerry crisis, an analyst says that Research In Motion is “doing some of Apple’s work for them," Bloomberg reports.
Netflix significantly boosted its programming portfolio by inking a deal to offer CW shows, The New York Times reports.
Web start-ups are finding cash not so easy to come by, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Google is betting it can build an online music store to compete with Apple and Amazon, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt finally joined Google+, Mashable reports.