Sprint may lose either way, whether the AT&T T-Mobile merger is blocked or not, The New York Times muses.
The federal judge handling the AT&T merger is described as a "judicial machine," The Washington Post says.
More and more businesses complain of being falsely marked “closed” on Google, according to The New York Times.
After losing an enormous amount of data to hackers, Sony has hired a former top government cybersecurity official, according to Market Watch.
A Yale professor argues in a Wall Street Journal editorial that blocking the AT&T merger is bad for the economy.
Amazon's plans to unveil a Tablet will challenge Apple's iPad in a way that Google hasn't managed to do, according to an analysis in The Guardian.
Apple is trying to grow in China by opening more stores there, Reuters reports.
Fashion labels are turning to “cyber-boutiques” to show off their latest styles, The New York Times reports.
A TechCrunch blogger laments the uncertainty swirling around the future of the publication after founder Michael Arrington announced he plans to run a venture fund.