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Today's e-Reads: China Warns U.S. Over Huawei report

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Redaktionshinweis: Das Bild wurde mit einem Spezialobjektiv Fisheye aufgenommen +++ Besucher stehen am Freitag (09.03.12) in Hannover auf der CeBIT 2012 am Stand des Telekommunikationsausruesters Huawei. Mehr als 4.200 Unternehmen aus 70 Nationen sind auf der diesjaehrigen CeBIT in Hannover vertreten. Die Computermesse ist noch bis zum Samstag (10.03.12) fuer Besucher geoeffnet.(Nigel Treblin/dapd)

Chinese officials hinted that relations with the United States could be harmed by a congressional report that says two Chinese telecommunications firms, Huawei and ZTE, pose a national security threat, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Meanwhile, Reuters reports that congressional investigators are opening a second phase of their probe based on new complaints.

Bloomberg reports that Securities and Exchange Commission officials were skeptical of some of Facebook's business claims ahead of its IPO.

All Things D reports on a new survey that found teens by far prefer Apple products.

The New York Times
reports that Federal Trade Commission is widening its antitrust probe of Google to include an examination of its use of smartphone patents.

The ride-sharing startup SideCar is attracting financial support from Lightspeed Venture Partners and Google Ventures, TechCrunch reports.

Visitors to Munich's legendary Oktoberfest festival were consuming much more bandwidth along with beer this year, ZDNet reports.

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