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Today's e-Reads: Olypmics Strain Data Networks; And Is iTwitter Around The Corner?

Data networks in England can't handle the explosion of social media and other traffic during the Olympic Games, according to Reuters.

Apple may be looking to buy a stake in Twitter, according to The Wall Street Journal.

The New York Times asks: Has a new tech bubble already popped?

Skittish investors, meanwhile, fear Facebook's costs are rising faster than its revenue, The Washington Post reports.

Google says it accidentally failed to delete all the personal WiFI information gathered by its Street View cars, according to The Telegraph.

The patent dispute between Apple and Samsung, which is going to trial on Monday, is a proxy war over operating systems, The Wall Street Journal reports.

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