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Today's e-Reads: Verizon iPhones Stay 'Unlocked'; Airlines Rethink Movies

OREM, UT - FEBRUARY 3: A person walks past a Verizon Store as a sign on a window announces the arrival of Apple's iPhone to Verizon February 3, 2011 in Orem, Utah. The iPhone will be available on Veri...(George Frey)

September 25, 2012

Verizon says it won't prevent customers from using iPhones bought from Verizon on other wireless networks, the Associated Press reports.

With more passengers bringing mobile devices onto aircraft, airlines have some decisions to make about in-flight entertainment, The New York Times observes.

Apple's decision to use a thinner display screen on its latest iPhone is leading to supply shortages, Bloomberg reports.

A YouTube cooking show is migrating to ABC broadcast stations, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Barnes & Noble says it is launching a video service for its Nook tablets, Reuters reports.

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