Google, partners hoping people want their Web TV (AP)

AP - Googlei Inc. believes it has come up with the technology to unite Web surfing with channel surfing on televisions.

Suit returns Pa. 'sexting' district to spotlight (AP)

AP - A Pennsylvania school district that was at the center of a highly publicized "sexting" case was sued Thursday by a teenager who claims her principal confiscated her cell phone, found nude images she had taken of herself and turned it over to prosecutors.

App Industry Roundup: Google's app convergence, iPad Store goes global (Appolicious)

Appolicious - Googlei's new Chrome Web Store may be converging with the Android Marketplace sooner rather than later, said Google co-founder Sergey Brin at this week's I/O developer conference. Also int today's App Industry Roundup, we take a fresh look at the now global iPad App Store and preview the upcoming RezBook app from Urbanspoon.

Annoyed by cellphones chats? Scientists explain why (Reuters)

Reuters - Ever wonder why overhearing a cellphone conversation is so annoying? American researchers think they have found the answer.

Nations pledge crackdown on online alcohol ads (AP)

AP - Countries around the world are pledging to get tough with companies that market beer and liquor on social media networks such as Facebook, warning that such promotions threaten to entice a new generation into harmful drinking patterns.

TV's Top Chefs star in online university (AP)

AP - You've watched them whip up delectable dishes, and a soupcon of drama, in the Top Chef kitchen. Now, stars of the hit Bravo TV series are ready to school their fans: Pack your knives and go... online.

GameStop posts higher 1Q net income, sales (AP)

AP - GameStop Corp., the world's largest video game retailer, said Thursday its fiscal first-quarter net income climbed, boosted by strong sales of popular games like "Battlefield Bad Company 2" and "God of War III."

Sonus CEO to step down in 2011 (AP)

AP - Sonus Networks Inc., a maker of Internet network hardware and software, said Thursday its president and CEO Richard Nottenburg plans to step down by the end of March 2011.

Opera browser enjoys EU download boom (Reuters)

Reuters - Opera Softwarei has seen daily downloads of its browsers in European countries as much as triple after Microsoft started to give consumers greater access to rival browsers.

Up to 20 bidders interested in Novell: report (Reuters)

Reuters - As many as 20 bidders are interested in buying software company Novell Inc , which has put itself up for sale and is this week accepting bids, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday.

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