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Today's e-Reads: BlackBerry Loses Its Cool

Guests use theri BlackBerries during the BlackBerry "BeBold" event at the International Consumer Electronic Show, Tuesday, January 10, 2012 at the Cosmopolitan Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada. (Eric Reed/AP Images for BlackBerry)(Eric Reed/AP Images for BlackBerry)

October 16, 2012

The BlackBerry was once proudly used by the high-powered and the elite, but now it's become ridiculed in the face of Android and Apple phones, according to The New York Times.

The Wall Street Journal takes a look at the bravado behind a Japanese company's bid for Sprint.

The Washington Post,
meanwhile, says the Sprint deal could save unlimited data plans from extinction.

British officials decided not to extradite a man accused of hacking into American defense and space networks, saying he is a suicide risk, Reuters reports.

MetroPCS shareholders are suing to block T-Mobile from buying their company, according to CNET.

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