By Brendan Sasso - 04/09/12 01:15 PM EDT
AOL has agreed to sell 800 patents to Microsoft for $1 billion, Reuters reports.
Google executives will attend the White House Correspondents dinner this month, but the entertainment industry is still bitter about the company's role in defeating anti-piracy legislation earlier this year, The New York Times reports.
AT&T staved off a strike over the weekend and will continue talks with union officials about a new contract, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Human-rights groups are urging Britain to stop exporting surveillance technology to repressive regimes, The Guardian reports.
Twitter has spent more than $700,000 on lawsuits against five alleged spammers, Marketing Land reports.