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Today's e-Reads, Updated: T-Mo's Options, Sprint Sues Time-Warner

December 19, 2011

T-Mobile still has some options, the Wall Street Journal reports, including teaming up with Leap Wireless, turning to Sprint, or maybe even its own IPO.

Sprint Nextel Corp., the third- largest U.S. wireless operator, sued Time Warner Cable Inc., Comcast Corp. and two other cable-TV companies on Monday, saying they infringed patents related to transmitting phone calls over digital lines, Bloomberg reported.

The International Trade Commission ruled on Monday in favor of Apple, saying that set of important features commonly found in smartphones are protected by an Apple patent, a decision that could force changes in how Google's Android phones function.


Twitter's new leadership team is purging the old guard, CNN reports.

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