Today's e-Reads, Updated: States Turning To The Cloud, Obstacles For Google's Page
Facing budget problems, state and local governments are increasingly looking to cloud computing to help them save on information technology costs, USA Today reports.
The Wall Street Journal examines the challenges Google co-founder Larry Page has had to confront since taking over as the company's CEO earlier this year. Meanwhile, Page and Google's board are being sued by a shareholder over the company's $500 million settlement with the U.S. government for allowing for the placement of online ads by companies illegally shipping prescription drugs in the United States.
And The New York Times digs into why Google settled its drug ad case with government regulators.
CNN announced it has acquired news app maker Zite.
Did hackers help China build their new stealth aircraft? Aviation Week takes a look.
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