Yahoo-Alibaba Talks Called Off After Snags

Yahoo Inc and its Asian partners, China's Alibaba and Japan's Softbank Corp, have called off talks over a tax-free sale of the U.S. company's prized Asian assets, a source familiar with the situation told Reuters.

No Crackdown on Google, Facebook in India

No Indian government will ever censor social media, Information Technology Minister Kapil Sibal said, seeking to calm fears of a China-style crackdown on companies like Google and Facebook.

Futures Climb as Greece Deal Approved

Stock index futures rose on Monday, indicating the S&P 500 would rebound from its biggest loss of the year, as Greece's parliament approved strict financial reforms needed to obtain its latest international bailout package.

EU Seen Approving Google's Motorola Deal: Sources

Google Inc (GOOG.O) is expected to win approval next week from European regulators, as well as from U.S. antitrust authorities, for its planned $12.5 billion purchase of Motorola Mobility (MMI.N), according to people familiar with the matter.

Google Wallet Has Security Risk: Researchers

Security researchers said they found vulnerability in the Google Inc mobile payments platform which is currently available in phones sold by Sprint Nextel Corp. They said that Google Wallet has security risk.

Tesla takes wraps off 'falcon-winged' Model X SUV

Tesla Motors Inc on Thursday showed off a prototype of its Model X, a battery-powered SUV that represents the company's bet that consumers will buy a range of electric vehicles spun from a common platform.

Path Fumble Highlights Internet Privacy Concerns

A privacy debate surrounding fledgling social network Path went viral this week, triggering discussions on blogs and on Twitter about how far social networks can go in using members' private data.


Yahoo Inc. offices, housing its Search Marketing Group, are pictured in Burbank

Yahoo Chairman Exits, Review Drags on

Yahoo Inc Chairman Roy Bostock and three other directors will step down as the struggling company ploughs ahead with an internal overhaul, including discussions on dealing with its stakes in China's Alibaba Group and Yahoo Japan.
People look at the Facebook wall at their office in New York

Analysis: More than Just Great Firewall Awaits Facebook in China

When it comes to China, Facebook should consider itself forewarned. Cracking the world's biggest Internet population might seem an obvious ambition for the social networking giant as it trumpets its global growth before a $5 billion initial public offering, but the chances it will succeed look slim.