Rupert Murdoch's not the only one with tablet fever. The Wall Street Journal reports that at least seven of the ten largest subscription-TV providers in the U.S. are building new tablet apps to offer TV content to subscribers. Some might even be free.
The New York Times reports that Dell has been accused of withholding evidence in a lawsuit over faulty computers it sold to businesses. Said evidence includes emails among company executives.
There is a parody Twitter movie trailer going around, and it's actually pretty funny:
An intern at Digg created a platform for setting up monitoring dashboards, called AWACS. It was designed for internal use and he notes that "there is zero security and anyone can create or update any existing dashboard, widget or display." Learn more about it here.
PaidContent talks about Blockbuster's struggles in the second quarter and the growth of bankruptcy fears, despite its new release advantage over competitors like Redbox and Netflix.
The LATimes has a post about Apple's iAd mobile ad platform. Advertisers have been pleased with the results according to the piece.