A high-profile Silicon Valley startup adviser saysthat Facebook’s botched IPO will make it harder for start-ups to raise money, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Linkedin’s app gives the firm access to its users’ meeting details, The New York Times reports.
Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman tells All Things D in an interview that she would not take a job in a Mitt Romney administration if one were offered.
Bloomberg reports that wireless congestion problems plaguing the Australian Open tennis tournament are becoming all too familiar.
Wireless carriers are rolling out plans that will have customers paying more for talking less, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Apple is considering opening two new stores in China despite a battle over its use of the iPad trademark, according to Reuters.
Major Internet firms will begin permanently using the IPv6 next-generation Internet networking technology, CNET reports.
Windows mobile marketplace now has 100,000 apps to offer users of the Windows phone, according to the Los Angeles Times.