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Today's e-Reads: Facebook Picks Up Hacker, and Android Sales Skyrocket

June 28, 2011

The Supreme Court says bans on violent video games are illegal. But how much do we really know about the link between video games and violence?

Facebook hires an (in)famous hacker.

Hacker group LulzSec's farewell note swearing off mischief carried a final insult- malware.

Google says 500,000 Android devices are activated each day.

Microsoft enters the cloud computing market.

Google is hit with an anticompetitive claim in France. Meanwhile, Google's Schmidt says he's not surprised by antitrust probes.

Spending on technology is expected to increase this year.

PCMagazine reveals which wireless networks are the fastest.

Is it OK to be tracked by your smartphone? The FCC is holding a forum today - you can watch the webcast.

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