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Today's e-Reads: Could Microsoft Emerge a Winner From Apple-Samsung Battle?

August 29, 2012

Some analysts see an opening for Microsoft's mobile devices in the wake of the patent battle between Samsung and Apple, the Wall Street Journal reports.

A federal judge has set a Dec. 6 hearing date on Apple's request to ban some Samsung's phones, All Things D reports.

A suspected member of the hacking group LulzSec was arrested in connection with a security breach of Sony Pictures Entertainment, Reuters reports.

The New York Times examined how some chief executives are turning to Facebook to share company news.

CNET reports that a team of hackers has released data taken from banks, governments and others and has vowed to leak more information in the future.

A Mercury News columnist says a patent case involving mobile text messages and The New York Times underscores the problems with the current patent system.

Supercomputers are helping local officials in New Orleans and other communities in the path of Hurricane Isaac assess the potential impact from the storm, Computerworld reports.

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