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Today's e-Reads Updated: The Government Phone Gold Rush

November 18, 2011

Tech companies see a gold mine in a federal government shift to Android and Apple devices, The Washington Post reports.

AT&T says someone tried on a big hack attack.

Retailers hope mobile apps will make holiday catalogs more entertaining, The New York Times reports.

Bill Gates takes the stand in a Novell monopoly lawsuit in Utah, according to Business Week.

And Gizmodo has a list of every word you can't text in Pakistan.

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