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Today's e-Reads: Poll Finds That Blogs, Online Media Are Less Trusted Than Local TV News

Blogs and online media take a back seat to traditional news outlets, particularly local TV news, when it comes to trust, say voters in a USC Annenberg/Los Angeles Times poll.

Facebook needs to find a way to introduce ads into small mobile screens, but doing so in a way that doesn't alienate users is proving to be a tough nut to crack, The New York Times reports.

A South Korean court finds that Apple and Samsung are each liable for violating the other's patents, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Kodak will sell its photo processing and scanner businesses, Bloomberg reports.

Federal court upholds a $675,000 fine in a music piracy case, CNET reports.

The mining of tin in Indonesia for use in smartphones and other electronics devices carries a heavy human cost, Bloomberg Businessweek reports.

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