Posted by Shirley Brady on February 3, 2011 06:00 PM
Apple iPhone pre-sales prompts Verizon to curtail users' bandwidth for video.
CNN ratings rise on Egypt coverage and attack on Anderson Cooper — one of numerous attacks on the press in Cairo.
Conde Nast-owned Reddit passes one billion pageviews (and rival Digg).
Facebook used to rally Syrians to Egyptian-like 'revolution.'
JPMorgan sued for allegedly warning UK officials about Madoff Ponzi scheme.
LinkedIn enables sorting members by skill and expertise.
LivingSocial looks to counter Groupon with pre-Super Bowl ad buy.
Mercedes-Benz will spend $1.6 billion to upgrade dealerships.
MTV is bringing back Beavis and Butthead with new episodes this summer.
Unilever reports better-than-expected fourth quarter sales growth.
Viacom profit falls as DVD sales drop.
Last crop of current Internet addresses were handed out today, marking a major milestone in the history of the web.