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Today's e-Reads: Apple Plays Hardball

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Retailers are complaining that Apple hoarded supplies of its coveted new iPhone 5 for its own stores before providing them to its partners, The Wall Street Journal reports.

The rivalry between Google and Apple, meanwhile, has iPhone users caught in the cross fire, The New York Times says.

Iranian hackers are suspected in cyberattacks on several major banks, according to Reuters.

The presence of new cloud-computing facilities in communities is often reminiscent of traditional manufacturing, according to The Times.

A company that builds Apple devices suspended production at a factory in China after as many as 2,000 people were involved in a brawl at the facility, the Associated Press reports.

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