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Today's e-Reads: Apple Plans Streaming Music Service

September 7, 2012

Apple is planning to create a streaming music service with customizable, personal stations on the model of Pandora, the Wall Street Journal reports.

A federal judge approved a settlement between three publishers and the Justice Department in a price fixing scheme to drive up the price on electronic books sold by Apple, Reuters reports. Apple is still contesting the charges, along with two other publishers.

Gizmodo rounds up the new versions of Amazon's tablets that were introduced at an industry event on Thursday.

The Washington Post profiles reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, focusing on his work as an advocate for open Internet policies.

Nokia will launch its Windows-bases Lumia 920 device in November, in what many analysts see as the manufacturer's last chance to capture a competitive edge in the smartphone sector, Reuters reports.

The judge in Google-Oracle patent case has decided to stop his search for bloggers and commentators who may have been paid by the parties to the suit to influence coverage of the trial, Wired reports.

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