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Today's e-Reads: iPod, iPad Plants Improve Working Conditions

A labor watchdog says working conditions have improved at the Chinese plants that make Apple's products, but more needs to be done, Reuters reports.

The New York Times examines how social media have changed the way songs become hits.

As personal computer sales drop, Dell's outlook is gloomy, according to The Wall Street Journal.

The high-stakes patent battle between Apple and Samsung is now in the hands of a jury, The Washington Post reports.

A Chinese telecom company is keeping the Internet operating in Syria, according to the Associated Press.

While other cellphone companies are capping data usage, T-Mobile is rolling out a new unlimited plan, USA Today reports.

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