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Today's e-Reads: Apple, Amazon Revise Rules For Account Changes

August 9, 2012

Apple and Amazon have revised their procedures for changing account information after a Wired journalist detailed how easily hackers were able to get into his Apple and Amazon accounts, The Washington Post reports.

A new app that helps volunteers for President Obama's re-election effort reach out to potential supporters is raising privacy concerns, Reuters reports.

A federal judge has overturned a $147 million patent infringement ruling against BlackBerry maker Research in Motion, ZDNet reports.

Google is unveiling new search tools such as voice search, but some of the features could spark privacy issues, according to The New York Times.

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is working to put her own stamp on efforts to turn around the Internet firm, according to the Wall Street Journal. Meanwhile, Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman is steering the tech firm toward higher-margin services, Bloomberg reports.

Hoping to boost revenues from mobile users, Facebook is testing a new mobile ad system, according to PCWorld.

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