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Today's e-Reads:Dangers of the Cloud, Sony Back on Line After Hack

May 16, 2011

Sony says it has begun reopening its PlayStation Network and Sony Online Entertainment services in the Americas, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and the Mideast after hackers got into more than 100 million user accounts.

Sony hackers used Amazon's cloud computing service, and it might be a great tool for them, Bloomberg reports.

How about buying a Google bond?

AOL Inc is launching a professional division called AOL Industry aimed at helping government, energy and defense executives use social media, video and design from consumer-oriented sites.

PC Magazine offers advice on protecting your smart phone from viruses.

The National Telecommunications Cooperative Association (NTCA) has joined the No Takeover Project, which opposes the merger of AT&T and T-Mobile.

France auctions next-generation wireless frequencies, raising 2.5 billion euros ($3.6 billion).

Google is spending hundreds of millions to try to show it is a responsible corporate citizen and a valuable contributor to the local economy in Europe.

New "wine for dummies" mobile app.

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