Yes, your Blackberry is out, but Research in Motion is working on it.
Sony has locked down 93,000 accounts for its PlayStation online gaming and entertainment service after detecting a series of unauthorized sign-in attempts, ZDNet reported.
Bloomberg reports that both AT&T and the Justice Department have asked the federal judge overseeing the government’s lawsuit not to allow Google to enter the case. The CEOs of AT&T and Sprint sparred over AT&T’s merger with T-Mobile while at a California tech conference, according to CNN.
The New York Times Magazine takes a look at why Facebook is targeting kids.
USA Today reports on the Federal Communications Commission’s new effort to help connect the 100 million Americans without access to broadband.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Hewlett-Packard’s new CEO Meg Whitman is rethinking a proposal unveiled by her predecessor to spin off the company’s personal computer division.
Online game maker Zynga is distancing itself from Facebook and will offer its games directly to users online, according to The New York Times.