A London court has ruled that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can be extradited to Sweden to face sexual misconduct allegations, The New York Times reports.
The Wall Street Journal details Facebook’s uphill efforts to attract bigger advertisers. Meanwhile, a new survey shows parents largely don't mind if their kids lie to get on Facebook; and almost no parents even know why there's a minimum age, according to MSNBC.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is beginning to put his own mark on how the company operates by focusing on issues that didn’t interest the company’s late co-founder Steve Jobs, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Sony predicts that 2011 will be its fourth unprofitable year in a row, Bloomberg reports. Comcast’s profits, meanwhile, rose in the third quarter after it lost fewer television customers than expected.
In a strongly worded speech, Britain’s foreign secretary took on China and Russia over Internet censorship, The Guardian reports.
Google is offering free websites to businesses in India, Reuters reports.
NPR describes the destructive powers of the Stuxnet computer worm, a cyber weapon, a year after its existence became public.
TechCrunch has stats on the impressive popularity of "Angry Birds."