A German data protection official claims that Facebook tracks users even after they delete their accounts, IDG News reports. Meanwhile, USA Today reports that Facebook’s plan to roll out its new Timeline service, providing a deeper look at users’ online profiles, also is prompting privacy concerns.
The tech industry has helped replace Wall Street as one of President Obama's biggest backers, Bloomberg reports.
Need a date? There’s an app for that, according to The New York Times.
Amazon is launching a book-lending library for use by Kindle and Kindle Fire users, The Wall Street Journal reports.
The hacking group Anonymous is targeting child porn viewers, the Huffington Post reports.
Apple now acknowledges problems with the battery life of its newest iPhones and promises a fix, according to Computer World.
Never heard of the Duqu worm? Well, it could be headed to a computer near you, The Christian Science Monitor reports.
Britain has backed off blaming China for cyberattacks, according to The Guardian.
The San Jose Mercury News examines the role social media is playing in the Occupy Wall Street protests around the country.
Mashable says Internet Explorer now claims less than half of the Web's traffic, "ending more than a decade of the default Microsoft browser’s reign."
A TechCrunch blogger argues that Sony and Research In Motion are "spiraling into market irrelevancy."