News In Brief: Twitter, In-Stat, Intel, Verizon Business

Twitter co-founder Biz Stone says the micro-blogging company is not for sale, Reuters reported .

Chinese authorities have released a Tibetan monk after six months in jail for allegedly posting a video to YouTube showing police beating Tibetans, AP reported.

The number of broadband enabled airplanes will increase from 25 in 2008 to 800 in 2009, says In-Stat, predicting that airline passengers will generate over $47 million worldwide in 2009.

Intel has launched a new branding campaign focusing on the company’s central role in the digital age over the past 40 years.

Verizon Business is now offering a remote backup and restore service for corporate data networks.

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