The Wall Street Journal reports that the Justice Department is close to clearing Google’s proposed acquisition of Motorola Mobility.
The social sharing app firm Path is apologizing for accessing and uploading its users' phone address books without permission, Fox News reports.
A new study shows that younger people are spending less time watching TV in favor of social networks, Web videos, smart phones and video games, The New York Times reports.
Some Silicon Valley residents worry that all those new Facebook millionaires could drive up the area’s already high-priced real estate market, according to The New York Times.
Facebook’s top executives including CEO Mark Zuckerberg will be eligible for twice-a-year bonuses of 45 percent of their base salary, according to the Associated Press.
Apple lost another bid to keep Samsung’s Galaxy tablet from being sold in German, Bloomberg reports.
Yahoo’s new CEO, Scott Thompson, plans to put less focus on the company’s Internet ad business and more attention on generating revenues from fees and commissions, the Wall Street Journal reports.
A researcher has found that the PIN protecting Google Wallet can be cracked within seconds by a brute-force attack, The Register reports.