LightSquared is preparing to file for bankruptcy in case negotiations with its creditors fall through, The Wall Street Journal reports.
One New Jersey town is fining people $85 for texting while walking, ABC News reports.
The New York Times takes a look at what Facebook's acquisitions may say about the company's plans.
Under pressure from global regulators, Apple drops the 4G label from iPad branding, Slashgear reports.
The number of women in top tech jobs continues to drop, Reuters reports.
NBC's broadcasting chief is hopping mad about Auto Hop, the Dish Network's new commercial-bypassing service, The Los Angeles Times reports.
The Washington Post compares two extreme of technology and education in Washington-area private schools – one where the kids are fully wired and can even e-mail and text in the classroom, and another where technology is banned completely in favor of hands-on learning.
Some of Facebook's top stock owners are maneuvering to avoid paying estate taxes, The Wall Street Journal reports.