Bloomberg reports that the Federal Trade Commission is weighing a broad antitrust probe into Google’s online search dominance.
Sprint is aiming to beat AT&T and Verizon with a new service to allow people to buy goods with their smart phones, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Nasdaq said it will give less weight to Apple Inc. as it moves to rebalance its Nasdaq-100 index.
The Wrap examines the most-followed newspapers on Twitter, with The New York Times at the top.
On Larry Page’s first day as Google CEO, the senior vice president of product management resigns, according to Business Insider.
Texas Instruments announced it plans to buy chipmaker National Semiconductor for $6.5 billion.
Security strategists at Symantec say that targeted cyber attacks will only continue to increase.
PC Magazine marvels at the remarkable rise of Android phones.
Despite earlier missteps, Google takes another stab at social networking.
Democratic Federal Communications Commission member Mignon Clyburn fights for municipal broadband.