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Today's e-Reads Updated: Holder Pledges To See AT&T Case Through

Attorney General Eric Holder says the department's antitrust team is prepared to see its court case to block AT&T's bid to buy T-Mobile USA through to the end, according to Reuters.

BlackBerry maker Research in Motion is working with a Swedish company to include key-card technology in the new BlackBerry models.

While saying he is still mourning the loss of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, Google Chairman Eric Schmidt defended his company against criticism from Jobs in his biography.

Virgin Group founder Richard Branson has invested big in the mobile payment startup Square, which also has attracted former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers to its board of directors, Reuters reports.

ZDNet examines former pro-wrestler and ex-Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura's threat to run for president - or change his citizenship - over his displeasure with the Transportation Security Administration's airport screening programs.

It's Election Day in some parts of the country and if you live in five counties in Oregon you can even vote on your iPad, Mashable reports.

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