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Today's e-Reads: AT&T CEO Offers Spectrum Plan

June 11, 2012

AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson offers his vision for speeding the process of activating fallow and underutilized spectrum in an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal.

The authors of the Flame virus have apparently put a removal code into effect, designed to wipe traces of the virus from infected computers, Ars Technica reports.

Facebook users voted to oppose changes to the social network's privacy policy, reports PC World, but turnout was far below the 30% threshold the company set for the vote to be binding.

A casual approach to data security at LinkedIn helped lead to the password breach, The New York Times reports.

A comScore study indicates that smartphone owners are more likely than others to buy tablet computers, CNET reports.

Apple is expected to unveil its new mobile operating system iOS 6 at the company's developer conference on Monday, reports the Wall Street Journal.

Intel is banking on the success of a new generation of touch-screen enabled "Ultrabooks" to bridge the gap between laptops and tablets, Reuters reports.

Samsung denies speculation that it's planning to acquire Nokia, Bloomberg reports.

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