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Today's e-Reads: Microsoft Researchers Discover Preinstalled Malware on PCs

September 14, 2012

Microsoft researchers in China discover malware preinstalled on Windows PCs in China, the Associated Press reports.

Google releases a beta version of its Chrome browser with support for Do-Not-Track, which allows users to opt out of Web tracking, All Things Digital reports.

GigaOm reports that Federal Communications Commission testing documentation for the iPhone suggests that AT&T could be planning to repurpose some of its existing spectrum to build out high-speed LTE capacity.

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak says he "hates" the patent dispute between Samsung and Apple, and doesn't agree with the verdict that Samsung violated Apple's patents, Bloomberg reports.

The Wall Street Journal reports how app developers are planning for the larger screen size of Apple's iPhone 5.

Popular online news site and aggregator BuzzFeed acquires ad technology firm Kingfish Labs to help optimize Facebook ads, reports TechCrunch.

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