Present at Thursday's confab were Apple's Tim Cook, AT&T's Randall Stephenson, and Google's Vint Cerf, along with other tech execs and civil liberty leaders, Politico says.
Eric Schmidt, Larry Page, Larry Ellison, and other luminaries make appearances in a San Francisco courtroom. At issue: does Google's Android OS infringe on Java patents?
A police spokesperson says existing laws are fine for dealing with abuse on social media networks.
The New York Times says that Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer met recently in San Francisco with Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen.
Glaser says in interview that Hollywood should embrace RealNetworks' DVD-copying software as a means to kick-start disc sales.
The chipmaker and General Electric announce a health-related alliance that targets in-home health care.
Former eBay CEO Meg Whitman and HP Chairman Carly Fiorina talk up the Republican presidential candidate, saying he's much better on the economy than his Democratic rival.
Teammates and other players express shock and offer condolences to the families of Kansas City Chiefs player Jovan Belcher and his girlfriend, Kasandra Perkins.
Apple disputes a Samsung assertion that any potential deal between the two smartphone rivals lacked such a provision.
Virgin Media has brought Wi-Fi to 10 more Tube stations, making a total of 131 Tube stops now offering the service.