Mobile Minutes: Twitter stocks down; Americans over cars; Amazon air cargo; Google lawsuit
SAN FRANCISCO ? The T in Twitter might as well stand for turmoil.
For decades, automakers have been able to count on a fundamental fact of American life: You pretty much need a car to get around.
A cargo plane emblazoned with "Prime Air" descended from an empty sky at Lehigh Valley International Airport on Tuesday, ninety minutes from the bustle of New York City, loaded with crates of goods during the peak holiday shopping season. Read more at Reuters
The complaint alleges Google's confidentiality policies deter whistleblowing. It paints a culture of secrecy in contrast to the company's whimsical public image.