A federal judge says San Francisco's cell-phone laws, requiring warnings about radiation, are inaccurate and need to be toned down, Bloomberg and others report. The judge says San Francisco can't impose its opinion about unsettled science on cell-phone makers.
Hewlett Packard is going to keep selling personal computers after previously announcing a plan to let go of that division.
Bloomberg reports that Sprint and Clearwire are on the verge of extending their network-sharing agreement, potentially reducing doubts about Clearwire’s future.
The Wall Street Journal examined internal documents from digital-camera company Olympus, prompting new accountability questions about a firm already engulfed in a payment controversy this week.
Google expands its daily deals program, Reuters reports.
Netflix takes up 32 percent of bandwidth of peak traffic, Mashable reports.
A new bill in Michigan would allow more online-only charter schools, according to Businessweek.
The New York Times profiles the incoming IBM chief.
Amazon's Jeff Bezos is being compared to Steve Jobs.