Hackers demanded $50,000 from security firm Symantec to not reveal stolen computer code, ZDNet reports.
Less than a year after a major cyber attack shut down the network, Sony is rebranding its PlayStation Network accounts under its Sony Entertainment Network, the Huffington Post reports.
The Wall Street Journal examines why Japan’s biggest electronics companies are struggling.
The New York Times takes a closer look at who exactly Facebook’s considers to be an active daily user of the social networking site and finds it’s not what you would expect.
The nation’s second-largest pension fund, the California State Teachers’ Retirement System, says it’s going to take a closer look at Facebook’s corporate governance, Bloomberg reports.
Mothers angry at Facebook’s decision to remove pictures of breast-feeding moms from the social networking site staged a “nurse-in” at the firm’s new headquarters, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.
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