Government wants to know what role Apple played when Amazon stopped offering discounted music prices.
Dow Jones Newswire says the federal agency sent letters to all three companies involved. Because no complaints have been filed with the FCC, it's not a formal investigation.
Fujitsu's Green IT line just introduced its M440 ECO mouse, but the UK's Inquirer takes issue with its questionable eco-benefits.
Philadelphia Inquirer claims to be country's first newspaper to venture into sports betting.
The Philadelphia Inquirer says it has obtained documents that confirm Verizon's plans to double its early termination fee for its Fios TV and Internet services.
Founder of two of the tech industry's landmark news Web sites is off to try something different, hopefully having taught the rest of his staff how to scam free drinks off Intel.
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This week, the Buzz Report dives into some investigative reporting. Luckily, the "Inquirer" did all the investigating. Plus: "Mario Kart" in real life!
You can find any number of similar stories about how the Internet forced media to fragment and change. So why does The Philadelphia Inquirer think it can defy history?
Are we set to see Google Presentations next week? The Inquirer thinks so.