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Today's e-Reads: Huawei Says U.S. Probe Won't Harm Other Markets

Huawei said a congressional investigation into whether the Chinese telecom firm poses a risk to U.S. security is unlikely to impact its business in other overseas markets, Reuters reports.

After acknowledging that underage workers were employed at one of its Chinese tech factories, Foxconn now says the interns have returned to their school, the Los Angeles Times reports.

The Wall Street Journal reports that Google CEO Larry Page is speaking out on a wide range of issues including expressing optimism about the outcome of the FTC's antitrust probe of the firm.

Sprint said it is confident that its deal to sell a majority stake to Japan's Softbank will win swift regulatory approval, Bloomberg reports.

A CIO magazine columnist comes to Blackberry's defense, detailing why the much maligned device may not be so uncool.

GOP presidential contender Mitt Romney's reference to "binders full of women" was one of the most Googled phrases from Tuesday night's presidential debate, Mashable reports.

Intel's profits dropped in the last quarter but were better than expected given the declining popularity of PCs, according to the Mercury News.

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