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Today's E-Reads: AT&T, T-Mobile Set to Defend Their Deal

May 11, 2011

The AP says the chief executives of AT&T and T-Mobile are ready to defend their proposed deal before Congress.

Meanwhile, Bloomberg reports that AT&T, other wireless carriers, feel threatened by Microsoft's planned purchase of Skype . . .

. . . while CNN asks, why didn't Google seek to buy Skype?

Speaking of spectrum:

Broadcasters are beginning to talk about "next-generation" television, TVNewsCheck reports . . . . .

. . . and text-based emergency alerts are coming to mobile phones, according to Time Magazine.

In other news, Facebook sparked fresh privacy concerns when it was caught leaking personal data to third parties.

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