Oracle shares fall after revenue misses Street view

Oracle Corp , the world's No. 3 software maker, posted lower-than-expected quarterly revenue that missed Wall Street projections, sending its shares down 2.4 percent. Read Full Article here.

EU in informal talks on Microsoft, Yahoo deal: source

EU antitrust regulators are in touch with Microsoft Corp and Yahoo Inc about their search engine deal, a source familiar with the situation said, with the talks seen more as exploratory than indicating any competition concerns. Read Full Article here.

Facebook makes money, tops 300 million users

Facebook is making enough money to cover its costs and now has 300 million users, the world's largest social networking site said on Tuesday, proving the Internet's newest star industry can be a viable business. Read Full Article here.

Google acquires ReCAPTCHA anti-fraud tool for its Google Books

Google announced Wednesday that it is acquiring ReCAPTCHA, a company that protects more than 100,000 Web sites from spam and fraud. Google said that it isn't just trying to fend off spam, but it's buying the startup to improve book scanning for its Google Book Search project. Read Full Article here.