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Today's e-Reads: Twitter Bans Reporter for Olympics Tirade

A U.S.-based reporter for the U.K.'s Independent loses his Twitter privileges after an online tirade complaining of NBC's coverage of the Olympics, The New York Times reports.

Kodak's portfolio of patents could fetch $2.4 billion, USA Today reports. Apple and Microsoft are said to have formed a consortium to bid on the digital imaging patents.

India's worst power failure in a decade enters its second day, with as many as 600 million people losing electricity, reports Bloomberg.

Comcast seeks a stay of an FCC ruling that the cable giant discriminated against the Tennis Channel by packaging it in a pricey group of sports channels, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Microsoft adds a Facebook feature to Bing search, allowing searchers to seek help from their online friends, CNET reports.

A music site that advertised on Facebook says 80 percent of its clicks were generated by automated bots, the Los Angeles Times reports.

China's growing space program includes plans for an exploratory craft to visit the Moon, AFP reports.

Interim president Ross Levinsohn leaves Yahoo after Marissa Mayer is hired to lead the company, All Things Digital reports.

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