Groupon's IPO mad a splash last week, but the next wave of initial public offerings isn't so exciting, The Wall Street Journal says.
It's a buyers' market for big-screen TVs this holiday season as retailers look to slash prices by up to 40 percent, Reuters reports.
Apple gave its top execs big stock options, WSJ reports.
Disney and YouTube team up to offer entertainment for kids online, The New York Times reports.
Is Apple's personal assistant Siri a threat to Google? According to Gizmodo, Eric Schmidt thinks so.
A study says Android phones have hidden costs for mobile operators, according The Guardian.
Tech firms have become involved in the campaign for mayor of San Francisco, Wall Street Journal reports.
U.S. Cellular had the chance to carry the iPhone, but turned it down, according to the Associated Press.
Dish lost more television subscribers than analysts expected, Bloomberg says.
Sprint's debt sale may be used to fund Clearwire, the struggling wholesale wireless company, Bloomberg reports.