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Today's e-Reads: Google+ Takes On Facebook, And Is There A Tech Bubble?

July 8, 2011

Are limited data plans bad for competition?

Twitter is valued at $8 billion in a recent deal raising $400 million.

Tech stock is cheap, argues a top venture capitalist who does not see a bubble forming.

A phone hacking scandal takes down a historic Murdoch tabloid.

Apple promises to fix security gaps in the software for its popular electronic devices.

Hackers steal 1.2 million email addresses from The Washington Post's jobs website.

Google takes Facebook head-on.

But Google's Eric Schmidt would "love to have deeper integration with Twitter and Facebook" when it comes to social networking. And although the nascent social network Google+ isn't ready for businesses yet, it will be soon.

Boston investors who failed to back Mark Zuckerberg before he mattered regret that missed opportunity.

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