The Securities and Exchange Commission has opened a probe into how Nasdaq responded to technical glitches during the Facebook IPO, The New York Times reports.
Competition is intense among marketers of inexpensive smartphones in China, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Google co-founder and CEO Larry Page skipped a shareholders meeting, saying he had lost his voice, Reuters reports.
Bloomberg reports that Microsoft’s new Surface tablet will launch as a wi-fi only product, without a cellular network service.
Twitter says its Thursday outage was due to a bug, not hackers, reports Computerworld.
FCC Commissioner Julius Genachowski praises an House Energy and Commerce Committee resolution opposing U.N. control of the Internet, The Hill reports.