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Today's e-Reads: Apple Wants To Block Release of iPhone, iPad Sales Data in Patent Suit

August 3, 2012

Apple wants to keep iPhone and iPad sales data secret in its patent lawsuit against Samsung, CNET reports.

AT&T lands spectrum in the Wireless Communications Service band, but will need permission from the FCC to use the newly acquired airwaves for mobile Internet service, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Boston Mayor Tom Menino wants the Justice Department to block Verizon's acquisition of spectrum from cable companies Comcast, Time Warner, Brighthouse and Cox, Broadcasting & Cable reports.

Facebook reveals that 83 million user accounts are likely false or duplicates, the AP reports.

OMG: A study found that excessive texting diminishes one's command of grammar. The Los Angeles Times has the story.

A U.S. judge in Facebook "Sponsored Stories" settlement wants to know why members of the class represented in the case won't see any of the $20 million to be paid out by the social network, Reuters reports.

The New York Times asks why prepaid cellphone plans aren't more popular, given their lower overall cost.

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