Today's e-Reads: EU, Google Inch Closer to Deal
European Union antitrust regulators are close to reaching a deal with Google over concerns about the company's business practices, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Apple reported lower-than-expected earnings as sales of its iPhone slowed, Bloomberg reports.
The Washington Post examines whether Apple's secrecy and the rumor mill it has spurred are hurting sales of the company's products.
A bipartisan group of House members are investigating the data broker industry, seeking information from the leading companies about what information they collect about consumers, The New York Times reports.
USA Today reports that some governments are using denial-of-service attacks and other tactics to target political activities in their countries.
The file-sharing service BitTorrent may begin sharing advertising revenues with content producers, whose work is often shared using the service, according to Computerworld,
Mobile payment provider Square has secured $200 million in new funding and is being valued at $3.25 billion, Reuters reports.
Foursquare is rolling out ads, allowing local businesses to send out specials to users of the location social networking service, Mashable reports.