By Jennifer Martinez - 01/18/13 01:07 PM EST
Some regulators are concerned that the crowdfunding provision in the JOBS Act might open the door for fraud opportunities, The Wall Street Journal reports.
A senior U.S. Air Force official said Iran's cyber capabilities will be "a force to be reckoned with" in the future, according to Reuters.
CNET asks SOPA supporters to discuss what's next for anti-piracy legislation this year.
Instagram said more than 90 million people use the photo-sharing app on a monthly basis, AllThingsD writes.
Apple CEO Tim Cook was ordered to give a deposition in a lawsuit claiming that Apple and other tech companies violated antitrust laws by agreeing not to poach each other's employees, Bloomberg says.
AT&T said it will take charge of $10 billion in the fourth quarter because of larger-than-expected pension obligations, Reuters reports.