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Today's e-Reads: Sandy Rains on Google's Parade

A man passes under the Google sign at Google headquarters in Mountain View, California on January 5, 2010.  Google unveiled its new "superphone," the Nexus One, marking the online search giant's first leap into the smartphone market.  UPI/Mohammad Kheirkhah(UPI/Mohammad Kheirkhah)

October 29, 2012

Advertisers are figuring out how to take advantage of mobile devices, The New York Times reports.

Google canceled an event in New York to unveil new mobile devices because of Hurricane Sandy, The Washington Post reports.

A pioneering private space capsule has returned to earth after a trip to the International Space Station, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Reuters takes a look at how a billionaire tech investor led a political effort to gain favorable tax policies for start-ups in California.

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