Iran and other countries are being targeted by a new computer virus larger and more complex than the infamous Stuxnet, reports Wired.
Mind-controlled video games are becoming a reality, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Facebook made plenty of cash off its IPO, but new investors are still mad about the drop in stock prices, The Washington Post reports.
The newly formed Internet Defense League is offering big-name web sites tools to create awareness campaigns like the one that helped shelve SOPA, reports The Los Angeles Times.
Dell is in talks to buy software maker Quest, according to Bloomberg.
China's microblog service Sina Weibo adds penalties for users who post content contrary to the country's censorship policies, The New York Times reports.
Samsung hopes its latest phone will help it widen its lead over Apple in the smartphone market, Reuters reports.
Writing in Slate, Evgeny Morozov argues that weak states won't necessarily be able to punch above their weight in cyberwarfare.
The New York Times reports on Microsoft's progress in integrating communications service Skype into its suite of products.
BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion plans to eliminate 2000 jobs in a major restructuring, reports The Globe and Mail.