Facebook privacy revamp draws fire
Facebook, the world's No.1 Internet social network, took a step toward opening up parts of its site to outsiders on Wednesday by introducing a broad revision of its users' privacy settings. See full article.
Apple Headlines Today:
Analyst 2010 predictions for the iPhone: On Verizon, act as digital wallet
In a note to clients issued Wednesday, Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster believes there is a 70 percent chance Apple may finally roll out the iPhone on the Verizon sometime next year. See full article.
Apple to launch tablet in spring 2010 - analyst
Apple Inc is preparing to launch a tablet personal computer in late March or April, with manufacturer partners poised to roll out as many as 1 million units per month, according to an Oppenheimer research note. See full article.
Nokia to close U.S. flagship stores
Nokia will close its two flagship stores in the United States, a market where the world's top cell phone maker is struggling to gain ground. See full article.
Music labels bet Vevo.com next MTV
In a grainy black and white Web video, similar to footage from an in-store security camera, you can make out the muscular frame of rapper 50 Cent, smashing dozens of TV sets with a baseball bat. See full article.
Google market share up in November, leaves Yahoo, Bing in the dust
Google's share of the U.S. search market grew 1.4 percent in November, with competitors like Yahoo and Microsoft Bing, left trailing behind. According to a report released Wednesday by researcher Hitwise, Google received 71.6 percent share overall and Yahoo and Bing came in distant second and third places, respectively. See full article.