Google was the top Internet destination in 2011, according to CNET.
Apple dominated the top business headlines in 2011, The Wall Street Journal says.
The Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba has hired a Washington lobbying firm, signaling that it may be making a play for Yahoo, Reuters reports.
Churches are churning out custom apps to better connect with their congregations, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Members of Anonymous claim responsibility for hacking a veterans-owned website, The New York Times reports.
A la carte channels may be the key if Apple wants to break into the TV market, VentureBeat reports.
AT&T officially closed its $1.9 billion spectrum buy with Qualcomm, the Los Angeles Times reports.